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Ohio’s Premier Ag Conference March 12-13 in Ada

Sixty outstanding presenters with topics on agronomic crops, soil health, nutrient management, water quality, carbon, and precision agriculture technology will bring approximately 800 participants to Ada, Ohio March 12-13. The Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference will be held for the 32nd year at Ohio Northern University. A great opportunity to listen, learn and network with farmers, Certified Crop Advisers, industry representatives, Natural Resources Conservation Service professionals, university professors and students, and about 25 Exhibitors will gather for this event.

The opening General Session will start at 8:30 a.m. on March 12. Master Farmer Awards and the Ohio CCA of the Year will be announced. Alex Harrell, record holding producer of 206 bushels per acre soybeans and Ohio Department of Agriculture Director Brian Baldridge will speak. Four concurrent sessions will begin at 10:00 a.m. The Tuesday sessions include Soil Health, Cover Crops and No-till; Nutrient Management; Agronomic Crop Management; and Precision Agriculture & Technology.

The four sessions on Wednesday will begin at 8:30 a.m., and end about 4:30 p.m. Sessions will include: Soil Health, Cover Crops and No-till; Agronomic Crop Management; Water Quality; and Climate, Carbon, and Soil Health. The full program and registration details are at:

The registration of $100 ($150 after March 1) also includes later access to all recorded presentations from about April 15 to July 1. CCA credits will be included, a tremendous value for crop consultants. Certified Livestock Manager credits will be offered for presentations as well.

CTTC thanks essential sponsors including Ohio Corn & Wheat, Ohio Soybean Council, Pioneer, Brandt, Calmer Corn Heads, Fennig Equipment, Seed Consultants, AgCredit, The Nature Conservancy, Farm Science Review, and The Andersons. Of course, OSU, USDA-NRCS, and SWCDs provide the foundation for this two-day conference.

Go to today to study the full program and register or check with your county OSU Extension office. See the brochure and planned program for more information. Don’t miss out this year on northwest Ohio’s largest agronomy conference.

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