Wild World of Weeds Workshop
The annual Wild World of Weeds Workshop will be held in person at the Fargodome on January 18, 2022. We are excited to be hosting this event in-person again this year. This full day event will provide updates on weed control and herbicide research conducted by NDSU faculty. Agenda is in development. The workshop will offer up to eight (8) pest management CEU credits for continued Certified Crop Advisor training.
The workshop is open to all, but we prefer that participants pre-register and pre-pay. Early-bird registration fee is $100 though January 10, 2022 and $140 from January 11, 2022 to January 18, 2022. Walk-in pricing is $140. We ask that attendees please register by January 13, 2022 to allow adequate time for arrangements to be made. The registration fee will cover a full lunch, morning and afternoon refreshments, and resource materials.
Eight (8) pest management CEU credits for the Certified Crop Advisor Program are given for this workshop. Participants must sign in and out for each session attended. QR Codes will be available to scan on your smartphone after each hour to log CEU credits. Speaker presentations will be available through electronic download only.
7:30 AM - Registration & Posters on Display
8:20 AM - Opening Remarks, Joe Ikley
8:30 AM - Morning Session 1
10:00 AM - Break - 2nd Floor Hallway
10:20 AM - Morning Session 2
12:00 PM - Lunch
1:00 PM - Afternoon Session 1
3:00 PM - Break - 2nd Floor Hallway
3:20 PM - Afternoon Session 2
5:00 PM - Adjourn
Registration is now open. Early-bird registration fee is $100 though January 10, 2022 and $140 from January 11, 2022 to the event. Walk-in pricing is $140. We ask that attendees register by January 13, 2022. The registration fee will cover a full lunch, morning and afternoon refreshments, and resource materials.
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