Join us in Brandon to expand your knowledge, share what you know and network with other industry experts at the upcoming Crop Management Forum on Tuesday, Nov. 22.


This one-day workshop at the Royal Oak Inn covers industry best practices and essential crop updates from agronomists and agri-retailers. Attendees can earn a minimum of six Continuing Education Units for Certified Crop Advisors and Certified Crop Science Consultants.

Registration opens on Oct. 13, and can be done online at caar.org/training. Be sure to check back in the coming weeks for more details on this exciting opportunity.

 

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