New topics added to annual MU conference
The program runs until 4 p.m., Dec. 19. The meeting is at the Holiday Inn Select, Columbia. Call 573-445-8531 for special room rates.
Registration fee of $160 for the two-day conference includes lunches, breaks and educational materials. One-day registration is $105. Late registrations after Dec. 15 increase by $25.
Participants can register at the MU Conference Office. Details at http://plantsci.missouri.edu/cmc/.
The crop management conference started as in-service training providing continuing-education credits for crop advisers. Increasingly, Bradley sees more farmers attending.
“I’ve been assured by farmers that the information is worth the registration fee,” Bradley says.
The conference is a program of the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources.
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