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The cost of Extension training is per person; NDA licensing is a separate fee.For a list of training sessions, sites and dates, contact a Nebraska Extension office or go online to where applicators will find a link to the 2018 private pesticide training dates.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.Another new development for 2018 will be an overview of the newly revised federal Worker Protection Standards.The last part of the revision goes into effect Jan. One example is that aside from immediate family members, people under age 18 will no longer be able to handle (mix, load and apply) pesticides.“The revised federal law is designed to minimize contact and exposure to pesticides,” Ogg said.
The letter includes a bar code that eliminates the need to complete the standard NDA application form.Dicamba is now a Restricted Use Pesticide (RUP) in Nebraska and the additional training is being required for its purchase and use. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly when Spraying the New Phenoxy Herbicides Formulations in Xtend and Enlist Soybeans The Rise of Multiple-Resistance in Nebraska’s Weeds and Effects of Dicamba Micro-Rates on Sensitive Crops Getting Started with Drones in Agriculture TAPS - Farm Management Competition Nebraska On-Farm Research Network: Your Farm, Your Answers Can Sustainability be Measured in Nebraska Cropping Systems?Registration With 27 sessions participants can engage with speakers and other farmers around a number of timely topics. Fix it, Don't Disk It: Controlling Ephemeral Gully Erosion Effective Financial Resource Management Economics of Variable Rate Irrigation over the Lifetime of the Equipment Effective Grain Marketing in 2018As well as the latest updates on diseases and insects reducing Nebraska crop yields and how to manage them and changes in the pesticide laws and applicator requirements. Cost is 0 for the full conference or for one day for those registering by Jan. Cost is 5 for the full conference and per day for those registering after Jan. The fee includes all educational sessions, lunches, and recertification (if needed).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.