Indiana CCA Calendar of Events

Year
December 2018
04
Tuesday

PARP - Noble County

1:30pm - 3:30pm

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

Problem Weeds & Weed Control in Pastures & Understanding Potato Leafhopper and Leafhopper-Resistant Alfalfa: Can I Reduce Insecticide Use?

PARP - Noble County

6:00pm - 8:00pm

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

Problem Weeds & Weed Control in Pastures & Understanding Potato Leafhopper and Leafhopper-Resistant Alfalfa: Can I Reduce Insecticide Use?

Bartholomew County Applicator Training: Crops Edition

6:00pm - 8:00pm

Purdue Extension Bartholomew County , 783 South Marr Road, Columbus, IN, 47201

AgTech Expo

All day event

06
Thursday

Soil Health Workshop

8:00am - 4:00pm

Flora Community Building , 102 N 4th St, Suite B, Flora, IN, 46929

Eco Farming: Soil Ecology & Nutrient Recycling Biology of Soil Compaction Economics of Cover Crops Keeping Nutrients out of Surface Water Soil Demonstrations Raising Homegrown Nitrogen Cover Crops Managing Grasses and Brassica Cover Crops Managing Pests: Voles & Slugs Maximizing Mycorrhizae in Your Cropping System Open Discussion: Using & Managing Cover Crops 

Advanced Formulation Technologies for SU Herbicides

12:00pm - 1:00pm

This is a webinar on advanced formulation technologies for SU Herbicides.
 
Summary: Sulfonylurea herbicides are known for their effective weed control, but also come with a fair amount of risks. FMC Regional Market Manager Bob Weigelt will share some of the unique characteristics of SU herbicides and how risks can be mitigated with advanced formulation technologies. Earn crop management CEU credits as you learn more about the challenges with SU herbicides, the science of advised formulation technologies, and how to make the best choice when considering risks and rewards. Key Takeaways: Why this topic is so impetrative at this time in the industry. What makes SU herbicides unique. How point-source and non-point source contamination can have adverse effects. Which formulation technologies can provide advantages and mitigate risks. How to consider all the important factors when making a herbicide selection. 

11
Tuesday

Early Bird Registration Deadline for 2018 Indiana CCA Conference

Early Bird Registration for the 2018 Indiana CCA Conference will close on December 14, 2018. Walk-in registration will be available at the conference. 
 
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.

North Central Region One Water Action Forum

Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel at Keystone Crossing, 8787 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis, IN, 46240

13
Thursday

Indiana Farm Equipment and Technology EXPO PARP

1:00pm - 3:00pm

Indiana State Fairgrounds (West Pavilion), 1202 E 38th St, Indianapolis, IN, 46205

14
Friday

Registration Deadline for the February 1, 2019 CCA Exam

Exam registration will be online and available October 1, 2018.  The registration deadline for the February 1, 2019 exams is December 14, 2018. Any individuals who were signed up for the February or August 2018 exams, but did not take the exams will NOT automatically be rescheduled for the February 2019 exams.

Michiana Irrigation Association Winter Workshop

9:00am - 3:30pm

Blue Gate Garden Inn, 800 S Van Buren St, Shipshewana, IN, 46565

18
Tuesday

2018 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.