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Kansas Certified Crop Advisor Board announces February exam


Become a Certified Crop Adviser with an accreditation exam, experience and a commitment to continuing education. Join fellow agronomy professionals by starting the process to become certified and register for the February CCA exams. Registration is now open for the Feb. 1, 2013, examination date. Go to to learn more. The Kansas exam will be administered in Salina.

The International Certified Crop Adviser Program is the largest voluntary, agriculturally oriented certification program in North America. Over 13,000 agronomy professionals have met the standards--exams, experience, education, ethics--set by the American Society of Agronomy to become certified. Are you up to the challenge?

Benefits to certification:

--Greater confidence in professional competence;

--Enhanced marketability, employability, and opportunity for advancement;

--Improved monetary factors;

--Heightened job satisfaction;

--Better compliance with regulations and conditions of third-party payers;

--Increased autonomy in the workplace;

--Raised public opinion; and

--Lowered risk.

Certification proves that you are serious about what you do as a professional. Growers, employers and the public have come to rely on it so they can identify quality professionals.

To learn more about the CCA program go to: and click on CCA.

For more information contact: Sarah Sexton-Bowser at

Date: 11/5/2012


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