The Nebraska Crop Management Conference offers 27 unique sessions over two days with up-to-date information for successful cropping system management. Experts from Nebraska and surrounding states will provide research-based information in crop production, soil and water management, pest management, agricultural economics, and climate analysis. The conference provides opportunity to interact with farmers and ag professionals from across Nebraska. As well as commercial and private pesticide license recertification, CCA credits, and chemigation training.
The Full Conference option includes all educational sessions and social events, lunches, and recertification (if needed) Wednesday and Thursday. The One Day option includes all educational sessions, lunch and recertification (if needed) Wednesday OR Thursday.
|Early Registration||After Jan. 15|
Commercial and private pesticide license recertification is available on both days of the conference by attending the recertification sessions. This provides flexibility to attend only a single day or to stay for both days.
Dicamba Label-required Training
Dicamba label-required training is available at the Crop Production Clinics and Nebraska Crop Management Conference by attending the Pest Management (pesticide license re-certification) sessions in the afternoon and completing the sign-out sheet at the registration table. This training is required before using XtendiMax, FeXapan, or Engenia dicamba herbicides.
Certified Crop Advisor Credits
Up to 7 CCA credits are available for one day or 14 credits for both days the conference. The following CCA categories will be offered:
- Soil and Water Management
- Nutrient Management
- Crop Management
- Pest Management
- Professional Development