Indiana CCA Calendar of Events

March 2019
21
Thursday

Conservation Focus Workshop & Ag Outlook Meeting

8:00am - 3:00pm

Kuhlman Center, 861 Salisbury Road North, Richmond, IN, 47374

Plan to join us for the Conservation Focus Workshop: PARP and Ag Outlook Meeting on March 21, 2019. Registration and the noon meal are free. (please see below for PARP fees). A full day of informative topics focused on agricultural conservation, with an "Ag Outlook" meeting in the afternoon. A small trade show of area agribusiness exhibitors will be available throughout the day.
 
Private Pesticide Applicator Credit, Commercial CCH Credit and Certified Crop Advisor Credit will be offered. There is a $10 PARP fee, due at completion of the PARP session.
 
8:00 AM Free Registration
enjoy complimentary doughnuts and coffee
 
MORNING SESSIONS:
  • Agency Updates & Sponsor Corner
  • CISMA’s (Cooperative Invasive Species Management Areas) Liz Yetter
  • PARP:
    • *2018-2019 Weed Update and Forecast- Marcelo Zimmer, Purdue Weed Science Extension Specialist
    • *Weather Apps for Wind Speeds & Inversion- Jonathan Ferris, Extension Educator
    • *Dicamba Update- Marcelo Zimmer, Purdue Weed Science Extension Specialist
Noon: Free Lunch, provided by area agribusiness sponsors and funds from the Wayne County Foundation Match Grant.
 
AFTERNOON SESSION:
  • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM: Ag Outlook Meeting- Dr. Michael Langemeier, Professor of Agricultural Economics and Associate Director of Purdue’s Center for Commercial Agriculture
 
Please contact the Wayne County SWCD at 765-373-9542 with any questions.

 

Solutions for the Progressive Farmer

10:00am - 4:30pm

Performance Ag Indiana , 1515 S CR 800 W, Frankfort, IN, 46041

Please view the PDF for more details. 
 
Contact Clayton Michael-Butler for more details.
Phone: 765-412-0426

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.