Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference Will Be Virtual

You won’t want to miss this year’s Conservation Tillage & Technology Conference (CTC).  The annual conference, which is normally held on the campus of Ohio Northern University in Ada will be virtual this year. Four days of topic related programming will be provided March 9-12, 2021 (Tuesday-Friday). You’ll need to furnish your own snacks during the scheduled breaks.

Each day will start at 8:00 a.m. (EST) and will have 5 hours of great value, ending about 2:00 p.m. That adds up to 20 hours of presentations on current topics important for farmers, crop consultants, and educators. Because the program is virtual and therefore travel is not an issue, the planning committee has put together a list of national experts from universities, agencies, industry professionals, and others.

All 20 hours qualify for CCA credits. At least 5 to 10 hours will qualify for CLM credits. Registration is $50. That gives you access to the entire Virtual CTC 2021. Check out the full Program schedule and Registration details at: ctc.osu.edu. All from the comfort of your warm office or favorite chair.

Topics for each of the four days, March 9-12 (Tuesday-Friday) are:

  • Tuesday-Crop Management; 
  • Wednesday-Nutrient Management; 
  • Thursday-Pest Management; 
  • and Friday-Soil & Water Management.

Registration is now open and don’t forget to mark your calendar.

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