Updates on the latest crop production products and recommendations are featured topics at meetings sponsored by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in December. Update meetings will be Dec. 2 in Iowa City and Dec. 11 in Ames.
The meetings will give agriculture input providers an opportunity to meet with extension specialists from Iowa State and hear presentations on Pythium seedling disease, Palmer amaranth management, cover crops, soybean aphids and changes to nutrient management recommendations. Each meeting will feature presentations on weed, insect and crop disease management as well as soil, water and nutrient management.
Update meetings will be hosted by ISU Extension and Outreach field agronomists. Contact location hosts for additional information, or visit www.aep.iastate.edu/acu.
- Dec. 2 – Highlander Conference Center, 2525 N Dodge Street, Iowa City. Hosts: Jim Fawcett, email@example.com, (319) 337-2145 and Virgil Schmitt, firstname.lastname@example.org, (563) 263-5701.
- Dec. 11 – Quality Inn/Starlite, 2601 E. 13th Street, Ames. Hosts: Mark Johnson, email@example.com, (515) 979-9578, and Mark Licht, firstname.lastname@example.org, (515) 382-6551.
Registration is $70 if received by midnight, Nov. 25 (Iowa City) or Dec. 5 (Ames). Registration after those dates is $85. Online registration and printable registration forms are available at www.aep.iastate.edu/acu.
Both meetings are approved for Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) credits and recertification for Iowa Commercial Pesticide Applicators in categories 1A, 1B, 1C and 10. Recertification is included in meeting registration; attendance at the entire meeting is required for recertification.
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