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Two-day conference fee is 0.)Recertification also is available through attending annual trade organization conferences.Conferences offering these opportunities for specific categories include: Nebraska Turfgrass Conference: Jan.Kumar, who leads the SDSU project, is one of 26 scientists working on a U. Department of Agriculture project to determine how cover crops, such as oats, sorghum, turnips, radishes and millet, planted after harvest for grazing can affect soil health.Postdoctoral research associate Bishal Kasu, who surveyed producers, said, "If agricultural producers perceive the approach can contribute to the long-term farm profitability, then farmers are on board."Researchers from four other universities--North Dakota State University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology--along with USDA offices in Lincoln, Neb.; Mandan, N.The best opportunity for commercial applicators to recertify in the agricultural plant category and demo/research subcategory, other than by examination, will be at Nebraska Extension Crop Production Clinics in January.Initial certification in several categories is offered at the following locations and dates.Welcome to the KTIC Agriculture Information blog!!!
Producers are open to innovative ideas that can improve soil health, but need more evidence before adding cover crops to their rotation plans, according to assistant professor Sandeep Kumar of the South Dakota State University Department of Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science.
D.; and Brookings are involved in the four-year National Institute of Food and Agriculture project.
The researchers are assessing the impact of incorporating grazing crops at seven sites covering three states--North Dakota, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Applicants can study by themselves, although for best results Ogg recommends combining training with study materials."Training combined with individual study has the best track record for preparing someone to take the state license exams," Ogg said.
Recertification opportunities are available at extension offices in February and March, and at several annual conferences and trade association meetings early in 2018.