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 2 credits offered in Integrated Pest Management, 2 credits in Crop Management, 3 Credits in Nutrient Management, and 2 credits in Soil and Water Conservation. For Certified Applicators, there will be approximately 2 ODAFF CEUs offered. In conjunction with the WCS, a CCA Exam prep course will be offered on the 13th.
Early-Bird Registration is $125 per person. After December 4, the cost goes up to $200.
Topics will include:
• Controlling erosion and offsite nutrient and chemical movement
• Phosphorus recommendation in no-till wheat
• Lime sources and quality
• Nitrogen timing for wheat yield and quality
• Managing alfalfa weevils
• Bermudagrass management
• Cotton production
• Crought stress management in soybeans