Enhancing the Opportunity for Practicing Professionals to Become a Certified Crop Adviser Wesley Haun, Extension Educator Harold Watters, Extension Educator. The Ohio State University Extension Logan & Champaign Counties, Ohio. MATERIALS AND METHODS. DISCUSSION.
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Become a Certified Crop Adviser
Wesley Haun, Extension Educator
Harold Watters, Extension Educator
The Ohio State University Extension
Logan & Champaign Counties, Ohio
MATERIALS AND METHODS
1. Encourage Extension Educators who provide information and advise to Certified Crop Advisers (CCA) to be certified themselves.
2. Enhance agronomy industry professionals’ abilities and confidence as an agricultural retailer, seed and crop protection company representative or company agronomist.
to provide technical agronomic advise.