ISU Extension and Outreach Offers Update Meetings for Ag Input Providers

November 6, 2012
ICM News

By Mark Licht and Jim Fawcett, ISU Extension and Outreach

Updates on the latest crop production products and recommendations are the featured topics at meetings sponsored by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach at two locations in December: Iowa City on Dec. 5 and Ames on Dec. 6.

These meetings are an excellent opportunity for ag input providers to meet with extension specialists and hear information about nematodes on corn, P and K moist soil tests and corn rootworm management, as well as other topics.

Each location will feature presentations on weed, insect and crop disease management, as well as nutrient management. Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) credits will be available for each meeting (3.0 PM, 1.0 NM, 1.0 SW and 0.5 CM). In addition, the meetings offer recertification for Iowa Commercial Pesticide Applicators in categories 1A, 1B, 1C and 10. Recertification is included in meeting registration.

Early registration is $70. Late registration after Nov. 29 or on the date of the meeting is $85. For more information about a specific location, contact one of the hosts listed below. Registration materials and additional information is available at

Dec. 5 - Iowa City, Clarion Highlander Hotel and Conference Center

Dec. 6 - Ames, Quality Inn Suites/Starlite Village

Mark Licht and Jim Fawcett are extension field agronomists. They can be reached as indicated above.

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Mark Licht Assistant Professor

Dr. Mark Licht is an assistant professor and extension cropping systems specialist with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. His extension, research and teaching program is focused on how to holistically manage Iowa cropping systems to achieve productivity, profitability and en...