A potato planter being driven at the Agricultural Research Station.Nutrient Management is the process in which farmers account for the nutrients they apply to the landscape. Addressing proper nutrient management relates to two areas of concern for the Department. First, the proper application of nutrients to the landscapes helps farmers to maximize their crop yield against the cost of fertilizer. Second, well managed nutrient applications lead to less runoff to surface waters and groundwater contamination, which helps to protect Langlade County's abundant water resources.

Cost-sharing funds may be available to implement nutrient management on your farm.

Langlade County offers free Nutrient Management Education for Farmers training each winter. Learn how to understand what is in your existing Nutrient Management Plan, make updates to a plan, or write your own Nutrient Management Plan. Watch the event calendar for upcoming dates or contact our office for more details.

Langlade County Land Conservation utilizes SnapPlus,(Soil Nutrient Application Planner) it is a free nutrient management software, for nutrient management planning and review. You can download the software for free today.


Check out this brochure from DATCP for more information on Nutrient Management.