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AgriLife Extension offers many continuing education opportunities in 2010

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Need Texas Department of Agriculture continuing education units? The Texas AgriLife Extension Service is offering a plethora of educational opportunities across their South Plains district during January and February that will provide an ample supply of the required credits.

The credits are for private pesticide applicator license-holders, who are required to receive 15 hours of continuing education units prior to license recertification, which occurs every five years.

Continuing education opportunity locations include the following. Call the contact numbers for specifics or further information:

--West Plains Ag Conference, Jan. 18, South Plains College, Sundown Room. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Hockley County, 806-894-3159.

--Drip Irrigation Workshop, Jan. 19, Brownfield. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Terry County, 806-637-4060.

--Southern Mesa Ag Conference, Jan. 19, Lamesa. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Dawson County, 806-872-3444.

--Caprock Crop Production Conference, Jan. 20, Floyd County Friends Unity Center, Floydada. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Floyd County, 806-983-4912.

--Llano Estacado Cotton Conference, Jan. 21, Muleshoe. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Bailey County, 806-272-4584.

--Alternative Crops Workshop, Jan. 26, Seminole. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Gaines County, 432-758-4006.

--Crop Risk Management Workshop, Jan. 27, Olton. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Lamb County, 806-385-4222.

--Profitability Workshop, Jan. 28, Morton Activity Building. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Cochran County at 806-266-5215.

--Risk Management Workshop, Jan. 29, Muleshoe. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Bailey County, 806-272-4584.

--Sandyland Ag Conference, Feb. 2, Seminole. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Gaines County, 432-758-4006.

--Commercial Turf Ornamental Workshop, Feb. 3, Lubbock. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Lubbock County, 806-775-1680.

--Llano Estacado Corn Conference, Feb. 9, Castro County Exposition Building, Dimmitt. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Castro County, 806-647-4115.

--SW Farm Ranch Classic Farm Show, Feb. 9, Lubbock Civic Center. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Lubbock County, 806-775-1680.

--South Plains Ag Conference, Feb. 10, Brownfield. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Terry County, 806-637-4060.

--Cottonseed Variety Meeting, Feb. 10, Farwell. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Parmer County at 806-481-3619.

--Hale/Swisher Crops Conference, Feb. 10, Ollie Liner Center, Plainview. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Hale County, 806-291-5267.

--Cotton Production Meeting, Feb. 11, Lamesa. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Dawson County, 806-872-3444.

--Cotton Production Meeting, Feb. 22,Tahoka. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Lynn County, 806-561-4562.

--Cotton Variety Selection, Cotton Outlook and Fertilizer Management, Feb. 23, Brownfield. Contact the AgriLife Extension office in Terry County, 806-637-4060.



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