Crop Production Clinics In-Person and Zoom

Corn field with yellowed leaves showing sulfur deficiency.
Corn field with yellowed leaves showing sulfur deficiency.

In January 2022, the Crop Production Clinics sponsored by Nebraska Extension will be presented in-person at eight locations across the state and one virtually via Zoom. They offer practical, profitable, environmentally sound, high-impact training for agricultural professionals and producers. All clinics will offer pest management topics (meets pesticide applicator recertification requirements) and crops, economics, soils and water management topics.

All trainings will be 8:45 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Cost $80 per participant, includes lunch (for in-person trainings) and training materials (which will be mailed to Zoom participants).
The in-person Crop Production Clinics in southeast Nebraska will be:

• Thursday, Jan. 13 — Beatrice (Holiday Inn Express, 4005 N. 6th St.)
• Friday, Jan. 21 — Ithaca (Eastern Nebraska Research, Extension and Education Center, 1071 Co. Rd. G)
• Wednesday, Jan. 26 — York (Holthus Convention Center, 3130 Holen Ave.)

The Zoom training will be Friday, Jan. 28.

If you are planning to receive recertification as an applicator:
• For in-person trainings, arrive early and register with Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) at the check-in table.
• For the Zoom training, you’ll receive a participant code after each session which will be collected at the end of the day and forwarded to NDA.

Certified Crop Advisor credits will be available for: crop production, nutrient management, integrated pest management, water management and precision agriculture.

For more information and to register, go to