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Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference

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DATE
Mar. 5, 2013 - Mar. 6, 2013

LOCATION
McIntosh Center, Ohio Northern University
402 West College Ave.
Ada, OH

The CTC is an annual 2-day educational program with ~60 speakers in concurrent sessions. Session titles typically are: Corn University, Soybean School, Cover Crops, Nutrient Management, Soil & Water Quality, Precision Agriculture, Planters, Advanced Scouting Techniques and No-till Systems.

Attendance each of the last 3 years has been over 900, including about 400 crop consultants.

CCA credits are available. The following have been REQUESTED; for the two days: a total of 23.5 in Crop Management, 11.5 in Nutrient Management, 1.5 in Pest Management and 9.0 in Soil & Water management. For Tuesday March 5, total CEUs by area: 9.0 CM; 5.5 NM; 1.5 PM; and 5.0 SW. For Wednesday March 6, total CEUs by area: 14.5 CM; 6.0 NM; and 4.0 SW.

CCAs are to download the Certified Crop Adviser app for iPhone or Android before arriving at CTC. Click here for more information on how to download the link.

The opening General Session features a keynote speaker (Jerry Hatfield in 2013), the Ohio Certified Crop Adviser of the Year award, and the Ohio Master Farmer awards by Ohio Farmer magazine.

The 2013 CTC will be held March 5-6, at Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio. Click here for the complete schedule.

Contact Randall Reeder, program coordinator, for more information, reeder.1@osu.edu or 614-292-6648. 



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