Information to give your operation the Advantage.
Each year over 2,000 producers participate in a regional Crop Advantage meeting to hear updates on crop, pest and nutrient management, farm business topics, soil and water quality, and so much more.
Information and registration for the 2016 meeting series will be available starting in November.
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.
2016 Series Schedule
|January 12||Storm Lake|
|January 14||Honey Creek (Moravia)|
|January 15||Mason City|
|January 20||Fort Dodge|
|January 22||Iowa City|
|January 26||Le Mars|
Iowa private pesticide applicator? We have you covered. Attendance at a Crop Advantage meeting qualifies for continuing education for recertification and is included in the registration fee.
Certified Crop Adviser? Each location is also approved for CCA continuing education credits. Check location programs for specific credit offerings. There is no additional charge to receive CCA credits.
SARE’s mission is to advance – to the whole of American agriculture – innovations that improve profitability, stewardship and quality of life by investing in groundbreaking research and education. To learn more about SARE programs in the North Central region visit www.northcentralsare.org
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 2015 Crop Advantage proceedings was sponsored by the Iowa Soybean Association.