COVID-19 might have much of the world social distancing, but agricultural crops still must be planted, and producers still have regulations to follow. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is ready to help the process. Agricultural producers needing auxin training can still turn to AgriLife Extension for their continuing education credits, CEUs, despite the COVID-19 cancellation of all in-person meetings and trainings.
“Texas A&M AgriLife efforts to help people with their pesticide recertification and auxin training continues,” said Dan Hale, Ph.D., associate director for ag and natural resources and Path to the Plate director. “We were already planning to offer these trainings online beginning this year within our AgriLife Extension county offices. There they would have had to be proctored. However, now we have the proctoring requirement lifted, so producers can take the course online in their homes.”
Read more from Kay Ledbetter with AgriLife Today here.