About the Host Farm
Loran Steinlage is the Owner/Operator of FLOLO farms in West Union, Iowa. Loran, along with his wife Brenda, specializes in adapting practices and equipment to our unique area on the edge of the driftless area. The Steinlages are evolving to a companion/relay no-till cropping system which is focused on cycling plants to keep a living plant in the soil at all times, to help aid in moisture management and weed suppression. He is currently producing corn, soybeans, cereal rye, winter wheat, malt barley and buckwheat. Loran recently took on a role with DAWN Equipment/Underground Ag as an Infield Practical Field Engineer.
June 22-24, 2021
Tuition of $1,375 includes:
• Regen Ag 101 course ($499.00 value), which we would like you to complete prior to the first day of class;
• In-person attendance at the SHA school, as well as digital course materials and lunch each day;
• Two follow-up Zoom meetings with a consultant within the first year after the date of the SHA school you attended; and
• Access to future scheduled conference calls with the instructors.
• With a paid registration at $1375, you may bring an immediate family member along and they will receive a $200 discount
• Full time college students will receive a $200 discount
• Soil Health Academy alumni will receive a $200 discount
• Scholarship opportunities available at: soilhealthacademy.org/scholarships
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Who Should Attend?
This school will focus on adding diversity to corn and soybean systems through diverse cash crops, cover crops, intercropping and relay cropping.
Loren & Brenda Steinlage
12517 220th St
West Union, Iowa 52175
What You Will Learn
- Utilize the Six Principles of Soil Health and Three Rules of Adaptive Stewardship
- Increase Farm Profitability By Advancing Soil Health
- Successfully Improve The Nutrient Cycle On Your Farm
- How to Interseed Cover Crops
- How To Design Cover Crop Mixes To Address Your Resource Concerns
- Proper Soil Testing And Interpretation
- Designing multi-species cover crop mixes
- Microbiology's role in nutrient cycling
- Identifying Resource Concerns
- Soil health evaluation
- Equipment Necessary For Success
- Relay Cropping and Inter-cropping