2021 Stand For Ag | Season 4: Planning for the Next Crop Season – Why You Should Partner with Your Local CCA
Do you partner with a Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) or have you considered working with a CCA?
On this Shop Talk edition of the Stand for Ag podcast, four Certified Crop Advisors discuss planning for the 2022 planting season, challenges that may arise, and how a CCA can assist in navigating those factors.
Guest Host and Panelists include:
- Doug Mertens, FMC Retail Market Manager
- Nick Monnig, Pioneer Field Agronomist
- Kaitlin Flick, MFA, Inc. District Agronomist
- Brandon Bruce, Bayer Crop Science Customer Business Advisor
The CCA certification was established in 1992 to provide a benchmark for practicing agronomy professionals in the United States and Canada. Certified Crop Advisers (CCA) demonstrate commitment, education, expertise, and experience in the field of agronomy through their knowledge and experience. In order to become a CCA, an individual must Pass two comprehensive exams (International and Local Board) and meet the experience requirements. The Missouri Certified Crop Adviser Program works with the works in conjunction with the International CCA Program. To learn more, visit https://mo-ag.com/cca-program/.
Connect with Missouri Certified Crop Adviser Program on Facebook at @MOCropAdviser.