Agronomic Field Diagnostic Clinic

Field & Forage Crops

The Agronomic Field Diagnostic Clinic is a one-day field clinic designed to improve the agronomic management skills of industry personnel, extension and public agents, crop consultants, and producers.

  • When

  • Wed., July 19, 2017
    (9:00 AM - 4:30 PM)

  • Where

  • Penn State Agronomy Research Farm
    1796 W. Pine Grove Rd.
    Pennsylvania Furnace, PA 16865

To Be Covered 

Specialists from Penn State and the agricultural realm will provide hands-on diagnosis training in crop production, pest management, soil fertility, and soil and water conservation. Participants will be involved in a variety of topics and have ample opportunity to diagnose, solve, and discuss crop management problems and situations, and evaluate new and alternative management strategies.

Practical information about interacting factors (nutrients, pests, environmental stress) that affect crop management and are unique to Northeastern agriculture can be discussed. This year’s clinic will be similar to past programs and will focus on various topics relating to crop and soil management. As always, there will be time for discussion and hands-on participation.

Credit Information 

In addition to gaining practical agronomic knowledge, CCA, nutrient management, and pesticide applicator license credits can be obtained.

  • 5 CCA credits that can be acquired in CM, PM, NM & SW

 

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