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Jackson County 5 CEU Event Nov 30
November 30, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Jackson County 5 Hour CEU Event
November 30, 2017
Jackson County Services Building Auditorium
Registration starting at 8:00, First program at 9:00
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service of Jackson County, the Field Crops committee and the Beef Committee are sponsoring a 5 Hour CEU Event to be held on Thursday, November 30, 2017, at the Jackson County Services Building Auditorium. Registration will begin at 8:00 a.m. and the programs will conclude at 3:00 p.m. There will be a $25 registration fee, which includes refreshments and lunch.
9:00 -Greg Baker–“Texas Pesticide Laws and Regulations”, Inspector, Texas Department of Agriculture (1 hr. Laws & Regs.)
10:00 –Dr. Megan Clayton-“Weed Controlin Pastures and Sprayer Calibration”, Associate Professor and Extension Range Specialist, Corpus Christi, (1 hr. IPM)
11:00 –Dr. Paul Nester–“Fire Ants and Crazy Ants Management”, Extension Program Specialist II, Houston, (1 hr. IPM)
1:00 -Dr. Joe Paschal–“Livestock Diseases, Insects, Parasites and their Control”, Extension Livestock Specialist, Corpus Christi, (1 hr. General.)
2:00 -Eddie Davis-“Feral Hog Management”, Texas Wildlife Services – hunting, trapping, Brucellosis & diseases, watershed pollution, (1hr. General)
Five (5) total CEU’s will be offered for TDA pesticide applicator license holders.
- 1 hour in Laws and Regulations.
- 2 hours in Integrated Pest Management.
- 2 hours in General.
Five (5) total CEU’s will be offered for Texas CCA program.
Integrated Pest Management: 3 Soil & Water Management: 1 Professional Development: 1
For enrollment in this event and more information contact the Jackson County AgriLife Extension Office at 361-782-3312.
Individuals with disabilities who require an auxiliary aid, service or accommodation in order to participate in this program are encouraged to contact the Extension Office to determine how reasonable accommodations can be made.
Sponsors: Capital Farm Credit, Jackson County Soil & Water Conservation District, NewFirst National Bank