Integrated Crop Management News

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Certified crop advisers (CCAs) can earn 4.5 hours of credit (2.5 hours in soil and water management, 0.5 in crop management and 1.5 in pest management) by attending a special CCA morning session, followed by the afternoon spring field day tour at the Southeast Iowa Research and Demonstration Farm near Crawfordsville on June 26. The morning session will begin at 9 a.m. with a presentation by Virgil Schmitt, Iowa State University (ISU) Extension and Outreach field agronomist, on "Identifying and Managing Palmer Amaranth and Herbicide Resistance." Also in the morning will be a presentation on "Helping Clients Retain Soil Nutrients on their Farms" by Matt Helmers, ISU Extension and Outreach agricultural engineer.

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