Irrigation management, wild pigs, identification and management of resistant weeds, alternative crops, and industry updates will highlight the Ag Technology Conference Dec. 12 on the Texas A&M University- Commerce campus in Commerce.
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The annual conference, sponsored by the Cereal Crops Research Incorporated, Texas A&M University –Commerce, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension and the agribusiness industry, offers 5 continuing education units for private applicators, commercial applicators, non-commercial applicators and certified crop advisors.
Conference registration begins at 8 with presentations beginning at 10 in the Sam Rayburn Student Center. Afternoon sessions begin at 1 and continue until 4.
A $35 registration includes lunch. After Nov. 29, the fee increases to $45. Make checks payable to C.C.R.I. and send to: Ag Technology conference, Texas A&M University-Commerce, commerce, Texas 75429.