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In a compact, two-day format, the Nebraska Crop Management Conference brings together experts from Nebraska and surrounding states to provide research-based information important to today's farming operations.Twenty-seven sessions offer information related to crop production, soil and water management, pest management, agricultural economics, and climate analysis.If it expires in 2018 and they have not yet received a letter from NDA, contact the agency at 402-471-2351, or 877-800-4080.Extension provides the educational training for recertification, while NDA is responsible for licensing.That link shows education sites for private applicators listed by county.Preregistration is required for some, though not all, locations. Yet another option of becoming certified or recertified is by completing a self-study course.The self-study is available in either a hard copy manual or online. The online course can be purchased at at the pesticide education section.
One is through the Nebraska Department of Agriculture, the other is through Nebraska Extension.
For inclement weather and possible cancellations, listen to a local radio or television station, or call the training site. Nebraska Extension Crop Production Clinics will be conducted at five sites this January to provide research updates and educational information focused on local agriculture. Dicamba is now a Restricted Use Pesticide (RUP) in Nebraska and additional training is required for its purchase and use. https://edu/2017/crop-production-clinics-five-sites-january. From dicamba challenges and growing weed resistance to new technologies, cover crops, and more, the Nebraska Crop Management Conference offers the latest information to help Nebraska growers farm more effectively and profitably.
Programs for each of the clinics are customized, often featuring extension presenters from the area or who have conducted research in the area.“We strive to provide practical, profitable, environmentally sound, high-impact training for agricultural professionals and producers,” said Chris Proctor, weed management extension educator and clinic coordinator. Registration is now open for this year’s conference, which will be Jan.
Private applicators needing recertification in 2018 may expect a notification letter from NDA by mid-December.
The letter includes a bar code that eliminates the need to complete the standard NDA application form.
The cost of Extension training is $40 per person; NDA licensing is a separate fee.