Certified Crop Advisors looking for Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) can earn self-study credits through CAAR’s CCA Examiner program. Now is a great time to earn some CEUs before the end of the year!

CEUs can easily be obtained by downloading and reading a CCA Examiner article, then completing and submitting the self-study exam. One CEU will be awarded for each exam score over 70%. Articles cover the four main performance objective categories: Crop, Pest, Nutrient and Soil & Water Management topics.

Here are some of the articles available now for self-study:

• Stubble options for winter wheat in the black soil zone of western Canada
• Effects of soil-borne Rhizoctonia solani on canola seedlings after application of glyphosate herbicide
• Variation in potassium and calcium uptake with time and root depth
• Detection and degradation of organic contaminants in an agricultural soil amended with alkaline treated biosolids

Reminder: Certified Crop Advisors are required to maintain a minimum of 40 CEU credits every two years to maintain their designation. 

Visit the CCA Examiner page at caar.org and start earning CEUs today.
For more information, contact the CAAR office at 800-463-9323 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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