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• Dec. 10: Alabama Row Crops Short Course, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama. This event is free and includes a lunch – event details

• Dec. 10-11: 31st annual Texas Plant Protection Conference, The Brazos Center, 3232 Briarcrest Drive, Bryan, Texas – event details

• Dec. 10-12: North Carolina Certified Crop Advisers Training, Johnston County Cooperative Extension, 2736 NC Highway 210, Smithfield, North Carolina – event details


university of arkansas logo• Jan. 3-Feb. 21: University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Winter Meetings, times and subjects vary among locations. Find one close to you that meets your crop interests and schedule – event details

north carolina cooperative extension logo•  Jan. 14-March 26: North Carolina State University Auxin Best Management Practices Training. Attending one of these classes will fulfill the training requirement mandated by federal and 24(c) labels of dicamba-containing products registered for over-the-top use on dicamba-tolerant cotton and soybeans – click to view the schedule

• Jan. 21-23: Arkansas Crop Management Conference, Wyndham Riverfront Hotel, North Little Rock, Arkansas – event details

• Jan. 23: LSU AgCenter Digital Ag Conference, Dean Lee Research & Extension Center, Alexandria, Louisiana – event details

• Jan. 23: East Tennessee Grain Conference, Lenoir City First Baptist Church, Lenoir City, Tennessee. Morning crop session, followed by optional auxin herbicide training at 12:45 p.m. – event details

• Jan. 23-24: Arkansas Seed Dealers Association Annual Winter Convention, Embassy Suites Hotel, Little Rock, Arkansas – event details

• Feb. 4: Middle Tennessee Grain Conference,  University of Tennessee Space Institute, located, 411 B.H. Goethert Pkwy in Tullahoma, Tennessee. This year’s conference will start with registration at 7:30 a.m. CST. Registration is $10 and pre-registration is available for your convenience through UT-TSU Extension county offices. Registration fees cover the cost of program materials, refreshments, lunch, conference proceedings and one conference hat per person. More than 30 vendors also will be on hand to showcase what’s new and useful in the industry. The conference will begin at 8:30 a.m. with a welcome from UTSI and a slate of speakers will follow. Breakout sessions include “Dicamba: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” “The 1980’s Called & They Want Their Weeds Back” and “Soil Testing For Precision Ag” – event details

• Feb. 4-5: Mississippi Agricultural Consultants Association Annual Conference, Bost Extension Center, Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi. Check back later for more information.

• Feb. 12-14: Louisiana Agricultural Technology & Management Conference, Paragon Casino Resort, Marksville, Louisiana – event details

• Feb. 27-29: Commodity Classic, San Antonio, Texas – event details

• Feb. 28-29: 68th Annual Mid-South Farm & Gin Show, Cook Convention Center, Memphis, Tennessee – event details 

• Dec. 7-9: Mississippi State University Row Crop Short Course. Mark your calendars for this event.It’s received rave reviews and just continues to grow in attendance. More details as the event grows closer.