Certified Crop Advisors are required to earn a minimum of 40 CEU credits every two years to maintain their designation. With the end of the year in sight, now is a great time to pick up some CEUs through CAAR’s CCA Examiner program!

Self-study credits 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:

• Effects of fungicide, seeding date and seedling age on clubroot severity, seedling emergence and yield of canola
• Clubroot in Canola – Overview, Identification, Prevention & Management Strategies
• Insecticides (dimethoate and lambda-cyhalothrin) for soybean aphid control – are they toxic to earthworms? Evidence from laboratory and field bioassays
• The Effect of the Environment on the Grain Colour and Quality of Commercially Grown Canada Hard White Spring Wheat, Triticum aestivum L. ‘Snowbird’

Visit the CCA Examiner page at caar.org and start earning CEUs today.
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