Hear from some the best scientist and extension specialists in the region!
Topics will include:
The Pesticide Complaint Process
Cotton and Soybean Diseases
Dealing with Purric Acid in forages
Soybean population research
Review from Dr. Romullo Lollato of what the Kansas wheat yield contest winners did
Soil health testing
What happens when we delay N application in wheat
The WCS is a great opportunity for CCAs, agronomists and producers to learn about the latest research and management strategies for crop and forage production in the southern Great Plains. For CCAs there will be approximately 4 credits offered in Integrated Pest Management, 4 credits in Crop Management, 2 Credits in Nutrient Management, and 2 credits in Soil and Water Conservation. For Certified Applicators, there will be approximately 4 ODAFF CEUs offered.
In conjunction with the WCS, a CCA Exam prep course will be offered on the afternoon of the 12th.
Early-Bird Registration is $125 per person.
After December 4, the cost goes up to $200.
Register online here.
The location has moved from the Wes Watkins Center to the Student Union. Parking will be provided in the fourth avenue garage, located across the street south of the Student Union. Do not park in reserved spaces. If attendees wish to park in the Student Union parking garage, they will have to pay the parking fee.
OSU faculty and staff will need to use your own permits and park in appropriate lots per OSU parking policy.
OSU Parking Map https://parking.okstate.edu/parking-map (lot 112G)
Tuesday night’s reception will be held in the State room at the Atherton.
Hotel rooms available at the Atherton for the rate of $93.
To Make reservations call: (405)744-6835 and give group code Winter Crop.
Hotel Reservation deadline is November 15th.
If you have any registration questions or need other hotel information please contact:
Stacy Payne, Ag Conferences