Cutoff is October 5th
(or when room block fills)
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June 30, 2020 Deadline
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September 22, 2020 Deadline
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Repeating Special Sessions
Each of the following Applied Sessions repeat multiple times during the Short Course. You will have an opportunity to sign-up for these sessions once you check-in at the Short Course:
- Calibration & Calculations Training
- Aquatic Plant ID
- Natural Areas and ROW Plant ID
Special Sessions repeat in order to accommodate a smaller class size and usually run concurrent to other sessions. For example, a Calibration & Calculations Training may occur simultaneously with either a Continuing Education Session and/or another Special Session such as Aquatic Plant ID.
You may earn CEU credit only one time for each type of Special Session attended. You cannot earn additional CEUs for repeating a Special Session type. For example, you cannot earn additional CEUs by attending two Calibration & Calculations Training Sessions.
Special Session Descriptions
Herbicide/Pesticide Application Equipment - Calibration & Calculations Training
Calibration for equipment such as boom sprayers, hand-gun sprayers, and dry material spreader applicators will be emphasized as will a thorough explanation of the calculations involved with calibrating equipment. The sessions will review the math that is required for certification exams and will be a tremendous help to those new to application or testing. The session is limited, yet repeats to give everyone a chance to attend. Advance sign-up at the Short Course is required.
Live Aquatic Plant Identification Session (Aquatic Plant ID)
Participants will be able to ask questions and examine numerous aquatic plant samples. The session is limited to 50 people each, but repeats providing opportunities to attend. Advance sign-up at the Short Course is required.
Natural Areas and ROW Plant Identification Session (Natural Areas & Row Plant ID)
Participants will be able to ask questions and examine numerous natural area plant samples. The session is limited to 50 people each, but repeats providing opportunities to attend. Advance sign-up at the Short Course is required.