Indiana CCA Calendar of Events

Year
July 2019
16
Tuesday

2019 Anderson Field Day

7:00am - 3:00pm

4743 County Road 28, Waterloo, IN, 46793

2019 Agronomy Field Day
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
All Producers Welcome!
 
RSVP appreciated to The Andersons at 260-837-8162 by July 12th
 
7:00 -8:45 Registration
7:15 -8:15 Grain Markets Mike Langemeier, Purdue University
8:45 - Welcome and Introductions
9:00 - Plot Tour (50 minute presentation at each stop; 1 hour allowed with rotation)
• “Starting Right Greg Myers, The Andersons with Micros” Dave Dyson, The Andersons
• Sprayer Clean-out Dr. Fred Whitford, Purdue University and Winterization
• “Mix-n-Match for Derek Thompson, NRCS DeKalb County Soil Health”
12:00 - Lunch 12:45 - Keynote Address Purdue Climate Change Research Center “Building Resilience for Tomorrow's Climate”
1:45 - PARP Session Dr. Fred Whitford, Purdue University “Structuring Your Farm to Survive a Catastrophic Traffic Accident”
2:35 - Wrap Up and Homemade Ice Cream
 
*Credits applied for: CCH, CEU’s, and PARP; approved credits TBA the day of the event.

17
Wednesday

Mid Season Diagnostic Workshop

8:30am - 3:30pm

Agronomy Center for Research and Education, 4550 US Hwy 52 W, West Lafayette, IN, 47906

Please contact Corey Gerber for more information. 
Phone: 765-496-3755

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.

Central Indiana Field Day

9:00am - 2:00pm

Roseburg Event Center, 2983 W 38th St, Marion, IN, 46953

2019 Central Indiana Field Day
 
CCH Directions:
Participants are only allowed to attend 4 sessions throughout the day. Each session the participants will have 1/4 topics to select. At the end of the session, a sign in sheet will be sent around by an Extension Educator to have participants record the session they attended. By the end of the day, participants are allowed a maximum of 4 CCHs for the event. These individuals are REQUIRED to come to the Regulatory topic at 1:15 PM.
 
CEU Directions:
Each session will have sign-in/sign-out sheets that the Certified Crop Advisors must sign! They are not required to come to the Regulatory topic at 1:15 PM.
 
PARP Directions:
Participants are required to attend two PARP approved topics. Each participant requesting PARP credits must obtain a PARP Ticket from the Extension Educator that is hosting each session. The participant MUST come to the Regulatory Topic at 1:00 PM with TWO PARP Tickets. They will sign attendance sheets and pay $10.00 PARP Fee.
 
Session 1
9:05 – 9:45 AM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Dr. Bob Nielsen (Purdue Extension Corn Specialist) will be giving an update in the latest trends and research results happing across the country in corn production. 
9:05 – 9:45 AM (REQUESTING CCH [ CAT 1, 14] CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Dr. Jim Camberato (Purdue Extension Soil Nutrient Specialist) will be giving an update soil fertility practices and nutrient management. 
9:05 - 9:45 AM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Joe Rorick will discuss key management practices in cover crop systems as well as economics of cover crops.
9:05 – 9:45 AM (REQUESTING CCH [Cat. 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Dr. Klein Ileleji (Purdue Extension ABE Specialist) will provide information on post-harvest management of grains in storage systems.

Session 2
9:50 – 10:30 AM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
John Scott (Purdue Digital Agriculture Coordinator) will be talking about digital diagnostics for decision making in soybeans.  Using remote sensing to look at physiology of soybeans.
9:50 – 10:30 AM (REQUESTING CCH [Cat. 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Marcelo Zimmer (Purdue Extension Weed Specialist) will discuss his research on weeds and cover crop hosts.
9:50 – 10:30 AM (REQUESTING CCH, CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
John Obermeyer (Purdue Entomology Specialist), will give an update on 2019 entomology issues and will provide information based on his latest research.
9:50 – 10:30 AM (REQUESTING CCH [Cat. 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Dr. Klein Ileleji (Purdue Extension ABE Specialist) will provide information on post-harvest management of grains in storage systems.
 
Session 3
10:35 - 11:15 AM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Dr. Bob Nielsen (Purdue Extension Corn Specialist) will be giving an update in the latest trends and research results happing across the country in corn production. 
10:35 – 11:15 AM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1, 14] CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Dr. Jim Camberato (Purdue Extension Soil Nutrient Specialist) will be giving an update soil fertility practices and nutrient management. 
10:35 – 11:15 AM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Joe Rorick will discuss key management practices in cover crop systems as well as economics of cover crops.
10:35-11:15 AM (REQUESTING CCH [Cat. 1], CEU & PARP CREDITS)
Austin Pearson, Mark Carter, Adam Shanks (Purdue Extension Quad Squad) will present information on UAV technology and how to apply to crop scouting.
 
Session 4
11:20 – 12:00 PM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
John Scott (Purdue Digital Agriculture Coordinator) will be talking about digital diagnostics for decision making in soybeans.  Using remote sensing to look at physiology of soybeans.
11:20 – 12:00 PM (REQUESTING CCH [Cat. 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Marcelo Zimmer (Purdue Extension Weed Specialist) will discuss his research on weeds and cover crop hosts.
11:20 – 12:00 PM (REQUESTING CCH, CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
John Obermeyer (Purdue Entomology Specialist), will give an update on 2019 entomology issues and will provide information based on his latest research.
 
11:20 – 12:00 PM AM (REQUESTING CCH [Cat. 1], CEU & PARP CREDITS)
Austin Pearson, Mark Carter, Adam Shanks (Purdue Extension Quad Squad) will present information on UAV technology and how to apply to crop scouting.
 
12:05 – 1:15 PM Lunch
 
1:15 – 1:45 (PARP & CCH)
Regulatory topic will be presented at this time.  We will present the “Personal Protective Equipment” topic. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

24
Wednesday

Organic Agronomy Training Series (OATS) - East

8:30am - 5:00pm

Fusion 54, 101 W Main Street, Crawfordsville, IN, 47933

Organic Agronomy Training Series (OATS) – East (serving Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, and Michigan)
Where: Crawfordsville, IN
When: July 24-25, 2019
Registration: $129 through June 16 ($149 after). Registration CLOSES July 14.
REGISTER HERE (http://thelandconnection.org/OATS)

The Organic Agronomy Training Series (OATS) is a collaboratively managed, science-based train-the-trainer program for agricultural professionals working with organic or transitioning producers in the United States. This two-day training provides education and guidance on organic production methods and certification necessary for agronomists, certified crop advisors, extension agents, and technical services providers to serve the needs of certified organic grain producers.
 
The program will build participants’ knowledge base in all key areas of certified organic production:
·  Basics of organic production: weed control, nutrient management, crop rotation, pest management
·  Systems thinking & long-term strategies for success in organic production
·  Managing risk during transition
·  Organic certification process & record keeping
·  National Organic Program (NOP) rules & regulations
·  Organic marketing and crop diversity
·  Networking with other organic-focused professionals
·  On-farm & hands-on experiential learning on organic operations
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1190058277823553/
 
OATS Website: https://organicagronomy.com/

30
Tuesday

CCA Day at DTC

All day event

Purdue University NEPAC Diagnostic Training and Research Center, 4821 East 400 South, Columbia City, IN, 46725

31
Wednesday

CCA Day at DTC

All day event

Purdue University Diagnostic Training and Research Center, 4540 US 52 W, West Lafaytte, IN, 47906

2019 North American Manure Expo

All day event

Fair Oaks, 856 North 600 East, Fair Oaks, IN, 47371

For more information visit https://www.manureexpo.org/2019-indiana.html

Conservation for the Cure - In Memory of Travis Wenning

8:30am - 2:30pm

Wenning Farms, 1512 N County Rd 80 E, Greensburg, IN, 47240

Description
 
Location:
Wenning Farms
1512 N County Road 80 NE
Greensburg, IN 47240
Date / Time:
Wednesday, July 31st, 2019
9:00 AM— 2:30AM
Registration Starts 8:30 AM
Cost:
None - Registration requested by July 29th
Catered Lunch provided
CEUs have been requested
 
Topics:
Farming Efficiently: Maximizing/Balancing Profit & Conservation
Learn how one farmer effectively no-tills 13,000 acres of cover crops and cash crops while doing his part to safeguard the environment.
Tips For Talking to Tenants About Conservation on Your Land
Landowners can take home some ideas on talking to farmers about implementing conservation practices that result in increased land value and profit while protecting the environment
Planting Green and Crimping Demos
Get the Dos and Don’ts in real time with live demos.
 
Speakers:
Rock Hall, Maryland, Farmer 
Trey Hill
Walnut Creek Seeds/ I & J Rollers
Dave Brandt
Dawn Equipment
A.J. Adkins
Host & Soil Health Farmer
Roger Wenning