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Sustainable Agronomy Conference goes virtual

Certified Crop Advisers can earn up to 12 Continuing Education Units during the three days of sessions.

July 15, 2020

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The Sustainable Agronomy Conference debuts virtually, Aug. 18-20. The American Society of Agronomy's 2020 conference will have a multi-geographical and multi-crop focus.

Certified Crop Advisers, agronomists, and agricultural-sales professionals will gain science-based solutions to implement into grower operations. The program will consist of live-presentations, interactive panel discussions, and pre-recorded sessions. A diverse and dynamic group of experts will speak on the drivers, economics, agronomics, environmental benefits, and implementation techniques of sustainable crop production.

Certified Crop Advisers can earn up to 12 Continuing Education Units during the full three days of sessions. Additional CEUs can be earned by viewing the student competition.

The Sustainable Agronomy Conference has added several new features as a part of the shift to virtual:

  • Virtual Exhibit Hall – Connect with any of our 14 sponsors

  • Student Competition – Support the next generation of Certified Crop Advisers

  • Professional engagement and participation prizes

  • Post-conference access to session recordings

As an early incentive, Nutrien Premium Fertilizer Technologies is providing a $50 discount for the first 200 three-day registrations. All registered attendees can participate in the sessions live and can take advantage of extended access to the recordings after the conference closing.

Source: American Society of Agronomy, which is solely responsible for the information provided and is wholly owned by the source. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset. 

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