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2023 Pinney Purdue Crop Diagnostic Training

Pinney Purdue Crop Diagnostic Training

Wednesday, June 21, 2023

Pinney Purdue Ag Center, 11402 S. County Line Road, Wanatah, IN

(All times are Central Daylight Savings Time)

The Pinney Purdue Diagnostic Training will provide a “hands-on” approach for teaching the art and science of accurately diagnosing crop problems for Northwest Indiana. The sessions should help those who work with field crops to fine-tune their season-long problem trouble-shooting skills and evaluate new and alternative management strategies. These sessions will provide pertinent information on interacting factors (nutrient, pest, and environmental stresses) that impact corn and soybean growth and development.

  9:00 am CDT (10:00 am EDT) Registration, Refreshments, PARP Sign-up and Welcome

  9:30 am      Session 1:  Corn Early-Season Growth, Development and Diagnostics                                          (Dan Quinn)

10:30 am       Break/Travel Time

10:45 am       Session 2:  Weed Management Considerations in Early Planted Soybeans                                   (Bill Johnson)

11:45 am       Lunch

12:15 pm       Session 3:   Field Crop Insects (Christian Krupke)

  1:15 pm       Break/Travel Time

  1:30 pm       Session 4:  Crop Fertility (Jim Camberato)

  2:30 pm       Break/Travel Time

  2:45 pm       Session 5:  Crop Diagnostics (Educators)

  3:45 pm       CCA CEU and CCH Sign-Up; pick up PARP receipts

 

Registration: $60 and includes Corn & Soybean Field Guide, lunch and other information. Register with check or credit card at https://cvent.me/ewomEZ. Additional workshop details at https://ag.purdue.edu/.

Topics covered at the workshop determine the categories and hours awarded.

Workshop participants will be awarded:

Commercial Applicator CCHs:

(Cat 1= 5, Cat 11=5, CAT 14=2 CCHs; RT=4 CCHs)

Certified Crop Adviser CEUs: (IPM=3; CM=1, NM=1)

CEUs are only appli­cable to the ASA/CCA Continuing Education Pro­gram.

PARP Credit available for Indiana Private Applicators

   

It is the policy of the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service that all persons have equal opportunity and access to its educational programs, services, activities, and facilities without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, disability or status as a veteran.        

Purdue University is an Affirmative Action institution. This material may be available in alternative formats.

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