387 Science Based Solar Corridor, Economic and Sociological Yield Strategies for Small Holder Farms

Oral Session
ASA Section: Agronomic Production Systems
This session

1). is couched in the economic and sociological reality of small farms around the world.

2). should contribute multidisciplinary synergies that enable their economic and social sustainability, 

via the session's call for

3). unique yield strategies to increase utilization and efficiency of available resources

4). made possible by the synergetic partnering of the- various scientific disciplines.

The solar corridor crop system (SCCS) concept will be offered as an interdisciplinary synergy capturing platform of multiple disciplines of atmospheric, climate, entomological, environmental, plant and soil sciences expressed through a specific range of complimentary crops in rotation with each other in the small holder setting.

Appoved for 1.0 CM CEUs.


Solar Corridor Crop System Community

Agronomic Production Systems

Solar Corridor Crop System Community
Agronomic Solutions for Smallholders Community
Advancing Agronomy via Public-Private Collaboration Community
Cover Crop Management Community
Agricultural Experiment Station Management Community
Extension Education Community

Wednesday, November 18, 2015: 1:00 PM-2:05 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, M100 D

Charles LeRoy Deichman
1:00 PM
Introductory Remarks by Harold Reetz
1:05 PM
The Solar Corridor Opportunity for Smallholder Farmers.
Charles LeRoy Deichman, Deichman Consulting
1:35 PM
Economic and Sociology Strategy for Yield Transformation of Subsistence Farms.
Howard Davis III, CEO Louis Simpson Foundation, New York New York, Lilongwe Malawi, Portland Oregon
1:50 PM
Solar Corridor Crop Harvest By Free Range Livestock.
Russ Kremer, Cedar Creek Farms; Robert J. Kremer, University of Missouri; Charles LeRoy Deichman, Deichman Consulting
2:05 PM