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On behalf of the Wisconsin CCA board, we would like to offer our congratulations and warmest wishes to 2013 Class of CCA’s. These individuals have passed the state and international exams, completed the required amount of crop advising experience, provided … Continue reading
Carrie Laboski, Associate Professor & Extension Soil Scientist The Agronomy/Soils Field Day will be held on August 27, 2014 at the Arlington Ag Research Station. Details of topics and tours will be provided as they become available.
Kim Meyer, Southwest Regional Specialist There are currently 20 instructional videos which demonstrate how to utilize the many screens and tools within the SnapPlus program, Wisconsin’s nutrient management planning software. These videos are designed to help both the new user … Continue reading
The University of Wisconsin Integrated Pest Management Program (IPM) would be very appreciative if you could take our anonymous online survey. This survey lets you quickly tell us which UW IPM program activities you find valuable. The estimated time to … Continue reading
The University of Wisconsin-Extension Team Forage recently updated their web site. In addition to information about the team and its activities, the site accumulates a variety of forage crop resources available from many experts and disciplines within the University of … Continue reading
Bryan Jensen, IPM Program On behalf of the Wisconsin Certified Crop Adviser Board, we would like to congratulate and recognize those CCA’s who have recently surpassed their 20th anniversary as a Certified Crop Advisor. Please take some time to review … Continue reading
A new version of the IPM Toolkit app is available. You can now customize your choice of RSS feeds, Twitter account lists, and YouTube playlists that show up in the application. This will allow users in other states around the … Continue reading
To meet some of today’s biggest challenges in agriculture, including rising food demand, a shrinking land base and climate change, farmers should be encouraged to adopt a holistic approach to enriching their most valuable resource – the soil – according … Continue reading
Register Now Friday, March 28 Wisconsin Nitrogen Science Summit For additional information, the official agenda, and to register, visit the Nitrogen Summit and Roundtable Series website. Friday, March 28, 2014 A one-day Wisconsin Nitrogen Science Summit: Exploring agricultural … Continue reading
MOSES Organic Farming Conference and Organic University to offer Continuing Education Units (CEU) for Certified Crop Advisors (CCA)
Kevin Shelley, UW NPM Program Professionals certified through the American Society of Agronomy as Certified Crop Advisors (CCA) working in organic crop production, and those professionals interested exploring approaches to organic production, can obtain continuing education units (CEU’s) at this … Continue reading