Integrated Pest Management

May 20th Regional Row Crop Initiative Commodity Marketing Webinar

By Corrie Bowen
County Extension Agent
Wharton County

Please see attached guidance below about a recurring virtual program provided by the Southeast Regional Row Crop Initiative Team.  Each month Extension Economists from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension will provide commodity marketing updates for cotton, grain sorghum and corn. We will also have special guests to assist with the discussion.  The event is free as it is being sponsored by the cotton, grain sorghum and corn commodity groups.  The link and password each month will be the same (unless we have some privacy issues).  It will be live at 7AM the 3rd Wednesday of each month. The first Commodity Marketing Update will be held this Wednesday, May 20th at 7 a.m. via Zoom.  To join this Zoom Meeting, go to

https://agrilife.zoom.us/j/93705592814?pwd=WGFkTjErOVh4UFdCa2xLNGt1RlhiQT09

The Meeting ID is 937 0559 2814, and the Password is 118219.

You can go back later and review a recording of the event.  They should be short, concise and full of information.  We hope to be done after 30 minutes.  Please help spread the word to your growers in your area. This information will be going statewide so apologies in advance for the duplicate email.  We believe the program has statewide interest. Thanks

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Corrie P. Bowen
County Extension Agent – Agriculture & Natural Resources
Wharton County
979-532-3310
cbowen@ag.tamu.edu

SE Regional Row Crop Inititiative Commodity Marketing Webinar


AGRILIFE EXTENSION PROVIDES ONLINE AUXIN TRAININGS
March 26, 2020

https://agrilifetoday.tamu.edu/2020/03/23/agrilife-extension-provides-auxin-ceu-training-online/

COVID-19 might have much of the world social distancing, but agricultural crops still must be planted, and producers still have regulations to follow. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is ready to help the process.

Agricultural producers needing auxin training can still turn to AgriLife Extension for their continuing education credits, CEUs, despite the COVID-19 cancellation of all in-person meetings and trainings. This auxin training qualifies for one CEU of laws and regulations. To receive a certificate of completion for the course, participants must obtain a score of 100% on the online Auxin Specific Applicator Test. The learner may retake the test as often as is necessary.

To access the Online Auxin Training, please click on this direct link.

 

To view the AgriLife Extension notice about Auxin and CEU trainings, please click on the link below:

https://agrilifetoday.tamu.edu/2020/03/23/agrilife-extension-provides-auxin-ceu-training-online/

 

If you have any questions, please contact the Wharton County Extension Office at 979-532-3310 or cbowen@ag.tamu.edu

 


 

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