Making wise agronomic choices for economic resilience in an unpredictable weather age
Making wise agronomic choices for economic resilience in an unpredictable weather age (PARP/CCH offered)
Clark County Extension working with Dr. Bob Nielsen, Purdue University, Agronomy Department, will offer a Zoom webinar on crop resilience to climatic variability and agronomic practices required for economic yield returns. The event will enable private and commercial pesticides applicators to obtain credits.
WHAT is it: An online agronomy training session offered by Dr. Bob Nielsen and Simon Kafari
What else will be offered: Commercial applicators get CCH credits in categories 1, 14 and RT, and private pesticides applicators get PARP credits.
How to register:
Preferred method: Register in advance for this meeting using the link below:
Register with your name as it appears on your applicator license card. Please put your card number or last 4 of your SSN into brackets next to your last name. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
If you are not able to register online, please call Clark County Extension (812-256-4591) to make the request or email Simon Kafari at email@example.com
Registration deadline: RSVP by March 5th.
How to participate: From home or office with your computer or smart phone.
Participants: There is no charge for CCH credits, but for PARP credit please mail your check of $10 to the Clark County Extension Office at 9608 Hwy 62, Suite 1, Charlestown, IN 47111. Checks should be written to “Purdue Extension, Clark County” and be received by March 10
When mailing your check, please attach a sheet containing the following information: 1. Your name as it appears on your license card, 2. Your Pesticide Applicator license number or the last 4 of your SSN (If you can’t find your card and do not remember your number).
Purdue is an equal access/equal opportunity University
|Event Date||03-11-2021 7:00 pm|
|Event End Date||03-11-2021 8:00 pm|