Crop Advantage Series provides latest crop production info

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will offer the Crop Advantage Series to producers at 13 locations across Iowa during January, including one session in Burlington on January 9th. Crop Advantage Series provides the latest information to promote profitable decision-making for upcoming growing seasons.
ISU Extension field agronomists will present program topics focusing on local needs and production issues. Topics include crop management, pests, soil fertility, and farm management, from which attendees can choose to make their own learning experience. The meeting is also approved for Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) continuing education credits at no additional cost.
Early registration is $50 until January 1; late registration is $60. Registration includes lunch, printed proceedings, and private applicator recertification. Online registration and additional information is available at or from the Lee County Extension office at 319-835-5116.
Crop Advantage Series is presented by ISU Extension and Outreach with support from the Iowa Soybean Association and from the North Central SARE Program–Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education. For questions, contact ANR Program Services at (515) 294-6429, [email protected], or contact Virgil Schmitt at [email protected] or (563) 263-5701.