University of Maryland Extension

2017 Mid Atlantic Crop Management School

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Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017 - 10:00am to Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 - 12:00pm
Princess Royale, Ocean City, MD
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The school offers a 2 ½-day format with a variety of breakout sessions. Individuals needing training in soil and water, nutrient management, crop management and pest management can create their own schedule by choosing from 5 program options offered each hour. Emphasis is placed on new and advanced information with group discussion and interaction encouraged.

Who Should Attend
This school is designed for anyone interested in crop management issues, including:
● agronomists
● crop consultants
● extension educators
● farmers and farm managers
● pesticide dealers, distributors, and applicators
● seed and agrichemical company representatives
● soil conservationists
● state department of agriculture personnel

Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served bases. Breakout sessions will be limited to 90 participants in each session. All registrations must be completed online and be paid by credit card at the time of registration. You may now register for the 2017 Crop School by following this link:

We also have a shortened link you may share with others by email ( The early bird fee is $275 prior to September 15th; $285 prior to October 30th; and $325 if received by November 6th.

Jarrod Miller
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