Are you an agronomist, CCA or producer and want to increase your knowledge about crop management? Attend the Illinois CCA and Ag Masters Conferences and earn up to 7.5 CEUs at CCA and 7.0 at Ag Masters.
The CCA Conference will be held the first day, Wednesday, December 6. Speakers include Sally Fils; TFI Ivan Dozier, NRCS; Mary Tate, Kellogg Co.; Warren Goetsch and Doug Owens, IDoA; Jean Payne, IFCA; Heidi Peterson, IPNI; and University of Illinois faculty Emerson Nafziger, Laura Christianson and Gary Schnitkey.
The Ag Masters Conference on December 7 takes a more in-depth look at agronomic topics. At the Ag Masters event attendees can choose from 3 to 4 different topics during seven sessions throughout the day. A dozen different speakers will be presenting on nitrogen issues, neonicotinoids, fungicide resistance, the use of sulfur, cover crops, drones and weed resistance. Complete agendas for each event are available at illinoiscca.org.
Attendees can register for either or both conferences online or at the door. There is a separate rate for Certified Crop Advisers and for individuals who are not certified and want to increase their agronomic knowledge.
The conferences provide CCAs with an opportunity of the year to earn Continuing Education Credits towards their biennial requirement of 40 hours of continuing education.
For more information see attachments or to register, go to the Illinois CCA website and either click on the conferences tab or contact Illinois CCA Program Coordinator Lisa Muirheid Martin at (815) 844-6677 or by email at email@example.com.
Soybean agronomist Daniel Davidson, Ph.D. posts blogs on agronomy-related topics. Feel free to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or ring him at 402-649-5919.