By Dave Nicolai, Coordinator, Institute for Ag Professionals
A reminder that the University of Minnesota Institute for Ag
Professional's 2013 Field School for Ag Professionals will be
held on July 30-31 which is a Tuesday and Wednesday at the University of
Minnesota Agriculture Experiment Station, St. Paul Campus, University of
Minnesota. The two-day program focuses on core principles in agronomy,
entomology, plant pathology and weed science on the first day and builds on this
foundation with timely, cutting-edge topics on the second day.
is targeted towards agronomists, crop production retailers, seed sellers,
consultants, Extension Educators, agriculture government agency personnel, farm
managers and summer field scouts. Participants will have the opportunity to
enhance their troubleshooting and crop management skills in specially designed
plots that display actual cropping situations.
A total of 12 Certified Crop Advisor Continuing Education Units will
be offered for the two days of the Field School. Participants may choose to
attend either day or both days of the field school. Advance registrations
made before Thursday, July 25th are eligible for a discount; $150 per day
or $270 for both days before July 25th, after July 25th the registration
tuition will be $300 for both days.
is limited to 120 participants, so please register early!