The Texas Plant Protection Conference, featuring the most up-to-date crop protection information available from university researchers and industry leaders, will be held Dec. 6-7 in the Brazos Center in Bryan.
The conference covers most of Texas’ major crops and includes sessions on fertility, crop and water management, laws and regulations and future technology and chemistry. Other conference activities include the pest identification contest, poster section, awards luncheon and many industry exhibits and displays.
Attendees may earn CCA and TDA continuing education units and the opportunity to network with others involved in crop production.
For more information, go to the Texas Plant Protection website at http://tppa.tamu.edu/.