Indiana CCA Calendar of Events

Year
March 2019
25
Monday

Private Applicator Recertification Program

1:30pm - 3:30pm

Whitley County 4-H Center, 680 W Squawbuck Road, Columbia City, IN, 46725

Please contact John Woodmansee for more information:
 
Phone: 260-244-7615
Email: jwoodman@purdue.edu

Noble County PARP

8:30am - 11:00am

Noble County Extension Office, 2090 N State Road 9, Albion , IN, 46701

Purdue Extension Noble County Pesticide Training
 
Credits available for Private Applicators (PARP), Commercial Applicators, and CCAs.
No cost for general attendance. 
To earn PARP credit, bring your license and $10. 
 
March25, 2019
9:00 - 11:00 AM (8:30 check-in)
Noble County Extension Office
 
Reservation Requested
Call 260-636-2111 with name, phone, and applicator ID

27
Wednesday

Maximizing ROI: Foliar Insects & Diseases

1:00pm - 2:00pm

Hosted online through ON24 Platform
 
Please contact Abby Tolley for more information. 
Email: atolley@flmharvert.com
Phone: 612-808-8441
 
Summary
MAXIMIZING ROI: FOLIAR INSECTS AND DISEASES 
Pests and diseases can not only rob yield, treatments can become costly if accurate diagnosis and thoughtful program creations are overlooked.
 
With this webinar, participants will have the opportunity to earn CEU credits as Bob Hooten, seasoned FMC technical expert, will share insights on how to protect against yield robbers while maximizing ROI with fungicides and insecticides.
 
Key Takeaways:
Identifying the impact of corn and soybean insect pests.
Determining thresholds for corn and soybean diseases.
Critical considerations for effective treatment of insects and disease.
Reviewing the options available for treatment programs based on regional best practices.
How to maximize ROI through insecticide and fungicide tank mixing.
 
CEUs (PENDING): 1.0 in Integrated Pest Management for CCAs
If you wish to receive credit, please enter your CCA ID in the registration form. To receive full credit, participants must view at least 45 minutes of the presentation. Participants viewing on-demand must also pass the Knowledge Check at the end of the webinar. 

April 2019
03
Wednesday

Core Cover Crops

8:30am - 4:00pm

Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds, 2003 Pleasant St, Noblesville, IN, 46060

April 3, 2019 - Hamilton County 4H Fairgrounds
 
This training provides a foundation for understanding how cover crops may be incorporated into Midwestern cropping systems, including considerations for changes in nutrient and pest management. Target audience for this training includes ICP staff, farmer-mentors, agronomists, and other ag professionals who have not attended Advanced Cover Crops Trainings.
 
AGENDA
8:30 AM Registration / Check-in
9:00 AM Benefits and Selections of Cover Crops Joe Rorick, CCSI Conservation Agronomist
9:15 AM Indiana Seed Laws Don Robison, Office of the IN State Chemist Seed Administrator
10:00 AM Cover Crop Strategies and Equipment Joe Rorick, CCSI Conservation Agronomist
10:30 AM BREAK
10:45 AM Hands-on Exercise: Seeding Tools and Calculators Eileen Kladivko, Purdue University Professor of Agronomy Stephanie McLain, Indiana USDA-NRCS State Soil Health Specialist
11:45 AM Pest Management in Cover Crop Systems John Obermeyer, Purdue University Integrated Pest Mgmt Specialist
12:30 PM Lunch (provided by SARE)
1:15 PM Cover Crop Termination Betsy Bower, Ceres Solutions Agronomist
2:15 PM Hands-on Evaluation and ID of Cover Crops
3:45 PM Wrap Up
4:00 PM Conclude
 
Register online: https://corecovercrops2019.eventbrite.com
For more information or questions, contact: Jessica Hoehn at jessica.hoehn@in.nacdnet.net/ 812-972-8194

04
Thursday

Core Soil Health Systems

8:30am - 4:00pm

Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds, 2003 Pleasant St, Noblesville, IN, 46060

April 4th, 2019 - Hamilton County 4H Fairgrounds
 
This training provides a foundation for understanding cropping systems that can lead to improved soil health and the implications of practices such as tillage, adaptive nutrient and pest management and cover crops. Target audience for this training includes ICP staff, farmer-mentors, agronomists, and other ag professionals who have not attended Advanced Cover Crops Trainings.
 
AGENDA
8:30 AM Registration / Check-in
9:00 AM Sustainable and Regenerative Soil Health Systems Joe Rorick, CCSI Conservation Agronomist
9:30 AM Nutrient Management in Soil Health Systems Jim Camberato, Purdue University Soil Fertility Specialist
10:30 AM BREAK
10:45 AM Insect Pest and Beneficials Management John Obermeyer, Purdue University Integrated Pest Mgmt Specialist
11:45 AM Lunch (provided by SARE)
12:30 PM Soil Health Cropping Systems and Equipment Stephanie McLain, Indiana USDA-NRCS State Soil Health Specialist
1:30 PM BREAK
1:45 PM Weed Management Considerations for a Soil Health System Danny Greene, Owner / Agronomist, Greene Crop Consulting
2:45 PM Livestock Integration
3:45 PM Wrap
4:00 PM Conclude
 
Register online: https://coresoilhealth2019.eventbrite.com
For more information or questions, contact: Jessica Hoehn at jessica.hoehn@in.nacdnet.net / 812-972-8194

July 2019
23
Tuesday

The InfoAg Conference

All day event

Union Station, 1820 Market Street One Union Station, St. Louis, MO, 63103

Since 1995, the InfoAg Conference has been the premier event for discussion and advancement of precision agriculture. This event draws interest from domestic and international agriculture professionals and features a wide range of educational and networking opportunities for professionals interested in learning more about precision agriculture techniques.

December 2019
17
Tuesday

2019 Indiana CCA Conference

8:00am - 5:00pm

Indianapolis Marriott East, 7202 East 21st Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46219

The Indiana CCA Conference is an excellent opportunity for earning continuing education units and networking with other CCAs. The two-day program is packed with presentations. There are four to five concurrent sessions each hour. Each day the morning sessions are repeated in the afternoon giving you plenty of opportunity to hear the talks of interest. The program features leaders from Indiana agriculture as well as speakers from other parts of the country. The program is designed to allow CCAs to earn up to 16 CEUs during the two days.

July 2020
28
Tuesday

The InfoAg Conference

All day event

St. Louis Union Station, 1820 Market Street One Union Station, St. Louis, MO, 63103

Since 1995, the InfoAg Conference has been the premier event for discussion and advancement of precision agriculture. This event draws interest from domestic and international agriculture professionals and features a wide range of educational and networking opportunities for professionals interested in learning more about precision agriculture techniques.

December 2020
15
Tuesday

2020 Indiana CCA Conference

8:00am - 5:00pm

Indianapolis Marriott East, 7202 East 21st Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46219

The Indiana CCA Conference is an excellent opportunity for earning continuing education units and networking with other CCAs. The two-day program is packed with presentations. There are four to five concurrent sessions each hour. Each day the morning sessions are repeated in the afternoon giving you plenty of opportunity to hear the talks of interest. The program features leaders from Indiana agriculture as well as speakers from other parts of the country. The program is designed to allow CCAs to earn up to 16 CEUs during the two days.

December 2021
14
Tuesday

2021 Indiana CCA Conference

8:00am - 5:00pm

Indianapolis Marriott East, 7202 East 21st Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46219

The Indiana CCA Conference is an excellent opportunity for earning continuing education units and networking with other CCAs. The two-day program is packed with presentations. There are four to five concurrent sessions each hour. Each day the morning sessions are repeated in the afternoon giving you plenty of opportunity to hear the talks of interest. The program features leaders from Indiana agriculture as well as speakers from other parts of the country. The program is designed to allow CCAs to earn up to 16 CEUs during the two days.