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Photo of ice-coated wheat.
Weather conditions and their potential effect on winter crops – coating wheat, for example, shown here – will be among the many topics covered by experts at the upcoming school. (Photo by Todd Johnson, OSU Agricultural Communications Services)

Register now for OSU Extension Winter Crops School

Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Media Contact: Donald Stotts | Agricultural Communications Services | 405-744-4079 |

Farmers and agricultural pesticide applicators still have time to register for the Dec. 15-16 Oklahoma State University Extension Winter Crops School.

“Many of the sessions will focus on how and why nutrients and pesticides react, as well as why they’re needed or applied in certain ways,” said Brian Arnall, OSU Extension precision nutrient management specialist. “Participation is a great way to earn Certified Crop Advisor continuing education units for those who need them.”

The 2021 school is being offered with in-person and online participation options. Cost is $225 to attend in person at the OSU Student Union Ballroom and $100 to attend virtually. Participants can register for either option online.

Sessions will be led by experts from across the Great Plains states. Speakers will provide the latest research-based information about crop, nutrient, forage, pest and soil management for winter crops, as well as soil and water conservation.

Fourteen Certified Crop Advisor continuing education units will be offered. Those attending in person also can earn two Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Applicator Credits.

The OSU Student Union is located at 100 S. Hester St. on the southeastern side of campus in Stillwater. The ballroom is on the second floor. 

For more information, contact OSU Ag Conferences at or 405-744-6489.

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