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SDSU Extension Seeks Grower Input for South Dakota Nutrient Management Survey

SDSU Extension, the South Dakota Nutrient Research and Education Council and the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station at SDSU are interested in learning more about the nutrient management practices you use on your farm through a survey.
“The information they share with us will be used to characterize regional and statewide nutrient management practices, guide SDSU Extension educational programming, help our team plan soil fertility research and allow us to provide unbiased recommendations to help increase economic and environmental sustainability.”
To participate in the 20-minute, voluntary and confidential survey, visit the QuestionPro site.