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Each day across Iowa, Extension field specialists like Paul Kassel, field agronomist (left) and Beth Doran, field beef specialist (right) are in the field meeting with farmers, listening to concerns and answering questions.

Thank you!

It's one for the record books! Nearly 2,200 farmers, agronomists, crop consultants, and agribusiness professionals attended a Crop Advantage meeting in 2014.

And it's because of that strong show of support Iowa State University Extension specialists are already working on the schedule and program for January 2015. Your feedback and topic suggestions help develop local programs that provide production information you can use.

The proceedings booklet provided at each location is now available online through the Iowa State University Extension Store as a free download.


Crop Advantage brings the latest crop production information from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach to a location near you each January. Each location includes key statewide topics as well as a program developed by ISU field agronomists specifically for your region.

Iowa private pesticide applicator? We have you covered. Attendance at a Crop Advantage meeting qualifies for continuing education for recertification (additional fee applies).

Certified Crop Adviser? Each location is also approved for CCA continuing education credits. Check location programs for specific credit offerings. Additional fee applies for credits.

 

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Partially funded by the soybean checkoff. The Iowa Soybean Association is proud to partner with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in providing valuable crop production information that benefits Iowa producers. Printing of the 2014 Crop Advantage proceedings was sponsored by the Iowa Soybean Association.