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Angie Peltier
Former Extension Educator, Commercial Agriculture



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Hill and Furrow

Current topics about crop production in Western Illinois, including field crops research at the NWIARDC in Monmouth.
Figure. Visit the University of Illinois Extension's Certified Crop Advisor website to enroll in online classes.

Online Certified Crop Advisor Training


Although you are likely swamped right now with the planting season in full swing, you may have a nagging feeling in the back of your mind. Did you miss some of the events this winter that might have offered some of the Continuing Education Units (CEUs) that you need?

The University of Illinois Extension might have a solution for you in the Certified Crop Adviser website. This website houses online courses that you can take to earn CEUs.

Current courses include:

Streambank Stabilization Methods - 1 CEU in Soil and Water Management
Windbreaks and Crops - 0.5 CEU in Soil and Water Management
Soil Organic Matter Management - 1 CEU in Soil and Water Management
Drought, Soil and Plants - 1 CEU in Soil and Water Management
Soil Quality Tests - Parts I and II - 1 CEU in Soil and Water Management and - 0.5 CEU in Soil and Water Management
Eight Simple Rules for Crop Scouting - 1 CEU in Integrated Pest Management
Riparian Forest Buffers - 0.5 CEU in Soil and Water Management
Nitrogen and the Nitrogen Cycle - 0.5 CEU in Nutrient Management
Irrigation, Water, and Energy Efficiency - 1 CEU in Soil and Water Management

The American Society of Agronomy established the Certified Crop Adviser program in 1992. Learn more about the CCA program on their website.



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