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More than 3,500 private applicators statewide are eligible for recertification in 2018.Separate training opportunities will be held for dicamba products Xtendi Max, Fe Xapan and Engenia, now classified as RUPs.Around 200 statewide sessions will be held January-April.After completing the Pesticide Safety Education Program training, licensed private pesticide applicators can buy and use restricted use pesticides (RUPs) in their farming operations.“Extension is helping our producers to be aware of these new regulations and how they can keep their employees even safer.”Those needing recertification in 2018 will be notified in two ways.One is through the Nebraska Department of Agriculture, the other is through Nebraska Extension.Another new development for 2018 will be an overview of the newly revised federal Worker Protection Standards.

The cost for either self-study course is ."After completing private applicator training, certification applications will be sent to NDA, which will then bill the applicator for the state license fee," Ogg said. 15, 16 – Norfolk: Program Register (Two one-day sessions)Jan. 24 & 25 – Kearney: Register for NCMC (Two one-day sessions, part of the NCMC Conference)Anyone attending the pesticide applicator license recertification sessions will also meet the requirements for dicamba applicator training.Among the guest speakers will be Kevin Bradley, a research and extension specialist in weed management of corn, soybean, and wheat at the University of Missouri.Bradley, who is studying the occurrence of off-target dicamba movement across the Corn Belt in 2017, will speak on “The dicamba dilemma. ” He’ll look at some of the reasons for off-target movement following dicamba applications to Xtend soybeans and provide recommendations for how to move forward in 2018.In a compact, two-day format, the Nebraska Crop Management Conference brings together experts from Nebraska and surrounding states to provide research-based information important to today's farming operations.

Twenty-seven sessions offer information related to crop production, soil and water management, pest management, agricultural economics, and climate analysis.Topics will be in the areas of soil fertility, soil water and irrigation, insect pests, plant diseases, weeds, cropping systems, agribusiness management and marketing. 24-25 in Kearney at the Younes Conference Center."This conference highlights high priority issues identified by Nebraskans in meetings across the state," said Chris Proctor, extension weed science educator and program coordinator.