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Two-day conference fee is 0.)Recertification also is available through attending annual trade organization conferences.Conferences offering these opportunities for specific categories include: Nebraska Turfgrass Conference: Jan.27.- Grand Island: College Park, Hall County Extension Office, 3180 W. 1 and 27.- Lincoln: Lancaster County Extension Office, 444 Cherrycreek Road, Feb. Main St., Suite 3, March 20Recertification in several applicator categories is offered at the following locations and dates.8 and 27, April 12.- Norfolk: Madison County Extension Office, Lifelong Learning Center, 601 E. 1, March 20.- North Platte: Nebraska West Central Research and Extension Center, 402 W. 8, March 1 and 20, April 12.- Omaha: Douglas/Sarpy County Extension Office, 8015 W. Available categories vary at each of the locations; check the pesticide applicator education schedule booklet for details. 6 and 15.- Holdrege: Phelps County Fairgrounds, Ag Center, 1308 2nd St., Feb.Preregistration is required at Beatrice: Gage County Extension Office, Fairgrounds, 1115 W.Scott, March 20.- Columbus: Platte County Courthouse, 2610 14th St., Feb. Sixth St., Suite 100, April 19.- Scottsbluff: Nebraska Panhandle Research and Extension Center, 4502 Ave. 8 and 27, March 1, April 12.- Valentine: Cherry County Extension Office, 365 N.Nebraska Aviation Trades Association Convention: Feb. For more information, email [email protected] call the Nebraska Aviation Trades Association, 402-475-6282.
Check back here for the latest in ag news and information, from local events to international happenings and government reports that affect your operation. -Chad Moyer, Farm Director, KTIC Radio Training dates are set for Nebraska's commercial and noncommercial pesticide applicators seeking first-time certification, or recertification of their license, to use or purchase restricted use pesticides (RUPs) in 2018.
Kumar, who leads the SDSU project, is one of 26 scientists working on a U. Department of Agriculture project to determine how cover crops, such as oats, sorghum, turnips, radishes and millet, planted after harvest for grazing can affect soil health.
Postdoctoral research associate Bishal Kasu, who surveyed producers, said, "If agricultural producers perceive the approach can contribute to the long-term farm profitability, then farmers are on board."Researchers from four other universities--North Dakota State University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology--along with USDA offices in Lincoln, Neb.; Mandan, N.
NDA testing is offered at initial training locations; in addition is computer-based testing for several categories at various testing centers. Questions about individual applicator license status should be directed to NDA by calling 402-471-2351, or 877-800-4080.
Producers are open to innovative ideas that can improve soil health, but need more evidence before adding cover crops to their rotation plans, according to assistant professor Sandeep Kumar of the South Dakota State University Department of Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science.