For the past 20 years the Field Extension Education Laboratory (FEEL) has been providing hands-on training to keep Iowa's crop production professionals at the top of their game. This year's Crop Diagnostic Clinics continue that tradition with a full lineup of topics to challenge and inform. Last year the Clinic format was completely re-designed and the response from attendees was extremely positive. Students now choose which sessions to attend, developing an educational program that is customized to individual needs and interests. The program is a combination of 60- and 30-minute sessions for efficient use of time and to expose attendees to more topics. There are 23 topics available on the program for 2007. Each clinic has been approved for 12 Certified Crop Adviser CEUs. Credits in each category will depend on which sessions are attended.
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Pringnitz, Brent A., "Crop Diagnostic Clinics feature expanded choices and new format" (2007). Integrated Crop Management News. 1071.
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