Pesticide resistance, crop production updates, and what’s new in pest management will be among the topics presented at this year’s Crop Production Clinics. The clinics, which will be held at nine sites across the state in January, also include provisions for pesticide applicator recertification.
Other topics being presented by Extension specialists and educators include:soil fertility
- soil water and irrigation management,
- ag business management & policy
- pesticide safety
- and disease, insect and weed pest management.
Representatives from the Nebraska Department of Agriculture will be present to verify attendance for pesticide applicator recertification. For commercial and noncommercial pesticide applicator, this will be the primary venue for you to renew your license in any of the following categories: Ag Plant (01), Regulatory (REG), and Demonstration/Research (D/R). For private pesticide applicators the Crop Production Clinics will serve as a venue for you to renew your license.
Certified Crop Advisors may earn CEUs in the following categories:
- Integrated Pest Management (6 CEUs)
- Soil and Water (2 CEUs),
- Nutrient Management (1 CEU), and
- Crop Production (3 CEUs).
Attendees can earn a maximum of 6 CEUs at a location. Certified Crop Advisors are required to bring their CCA number to apply for CEU credits.
For further information on pesticide applicator recertification costs, visit the Crop Production Clinic website.
The annual Crop Production Clinics will be held at nine locations across Nebraska in January 2012. The Clinics will provide valuable information to help crop producers and agribusiness professionals improve their profitability and safety. Closest locations to us include:
Jan. 4th – Beatrice – Classic’s (Beatrice Country Club)
Jan. 5th – York – The Auditorium
Jan. 10th – Hastings – Adams County Fairgrounds