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Should I Hire A CCA?

As a grower, you have a lot invested in your fields. Help protect your investment and business by consulting with a Certified Crop Adviser (CCA). CCA's are experienced and trained in field and crop management.

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Should I Become A CCA?

Having a CCA designation provides growers with the confidence that you have a recognized level of expertise as a crop consultant. The CCA designation is also well respected in industry and will contribute to your reputation among other industry players.

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What's New

The 2021 Agronomy Research Update hosted by Saskatchewan Agriculture's Crops Extension Specialists will be online again this year. Agronomist, producer, industry and retail attendees will have the opportunity to learn about what happened in the 2021 growing season and the potential impact in 2022 and research on dry crop conditions and annual forage crops. Agronomy Research Update will have online sessions spread out over four days from November 29 to December 2, 2021.

Each day will be from 9 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. (approximately) and attendees have to register separately for each day. They will have the freedom to come and go and we will track who has attended which speaker to accurately track CCA CEUs. All sessions will be recorded and shared with those who are registered at the end of the week. They will also be posted here along with all of Saskatchewan Agriculture’s other recorded webinars.

November 29

9:00am - 11:15am

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November 30

9:00am - 11:15am

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December 1

9:00am - 11:15am

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December 2

9:00am - 11:15am

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Location: Online
Fee: FREE
No registration deadline

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are pending for Certified Crop Advisors. Please note that you will need to register for each day separately, reminder emails will be sent one week, one day and one hour before the webinar.

List of Speakers

David Sauchyn Current Drought Conditions from a Climate Change Perspective
Matt Struthers Saskatchewan Crop Report
Mike Hall Does Variety Selection Impact Nitrogen Management of Malt Barley and Milling Oat?
Bryan Nybo Wheatland Conservation Area Research Update
James Tansey 2021 Field Crop Insect Report
Brynn Jones Producer Programs Update
Cory Jacob Establishing Nitrogen and Seeding Rate Recommendations for Hybrid Brown Mustard Production in Saskatchewan
Alireza Akhavan 2021 Saskatchewan Disease Update
Jeff Schoenau Managing Soil Fertility Under Dry Conditions
Rosalind Bueckert Crop Physiology in Dry Conditions: Impacts of Lack of Water and Intense Heat
Bart Lardner Challenges of Managing Mature and Salvage Crops in Livestock Diets
Clark Brenzil Herbicide Injury Risks in 2022
Dale Risula Seed Quality Considerations for the 2022 Growing Season
Josh Lade Herbicide resistance concerns in Saskatchewan and Australia

Click here to download the full agenda

For more information contact your nearest Crops Extension Specialist or the Agriculture Knowledge Centre at 1-866-457-2377.