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2021 Corn Day

Event Details

Event Offers DEC Credits


February 24, 2021


12:40-3:35 pm




Participant : $15.00

Each participant should register themselves if requesting DEC credits

Additional Attendees from same farm : $15.00

Each participant must provide a separate email address and their applicator ID #


Central New York Dairy and Field Crops

1.75 DEC Pesticide Recertification Credits: Categories: 1a, 10, 21 or 23


12:40 - 1:00 Trade Show and Log-in

1:00 - 1:35 Weed ID Tools for NY Growers and Herbicide Resistance Screening Update
Dr. Lynn Sosnoskie, Cornell University

1:35 - 2:10 Corn Insect Pest Management - Ken Wise, New York State Integrated Pest Management

2:10 - 2:20 Trade Show Intermission

2:20 - 2:55 Corn Disease Updates: Identification and Management - Dr. Gary Bergstrom, Cornell University

2:55 - 3:30 Corn Silage Trial 2020 Report - Joe Lawrence, PRO-DAIRY, Cornell University

3:35 ADJOURN and Sign-out

DEC Recertification Credit Information:

Points are given for each event. In order to qualify for DEC credits you must pre-register and:
Provide your applicator ID number with your registration.

IMPORTANT: Take a photo/scan of your applicator ID and email it to Please include your name and address. If needed, you can text-to-email your ID photo to the above email address by entering the address in the 'recipient' line of a text message (where you would ordinarily input a phone number or name).

On the day of each event you will be required to attend the virtual meeting using your own device, even if you are in the same location as another viewer. This is important because we need to be able to know who is in attendance. You may log-in to each event as early as 12:30pm.

At the beginning of each event, log-in with your full name and pesticide license number using the DEC check-in link that will be posted in the chat box (again, on your own device that you are using to attend the event). At the end of each event you will be required to sign-out using the DEC check-out link in the chat box. To receive points for a given event, you must log in at the beginning and log out at the end. If you do not log-in and out of the DEC check-in/out link each day, you will not be eligible to receive points.

Sponsors/vendors/agribusiness displays: Follow this link for information on how to be a sponsor for the virtual trade show that will be run through all three events Corn Day, Soybean & Small Grain Summit and the Central New York Dairy Day:

Unfamiliar with Zoom? Check out these YouTube videos:

Still not sure?  Join us for a Zoom test on Friday, February 19 at 1 pm.  

Email and request a meeting link.  

Note that each person should register themselves, if possible.  Registration is required.  See link at top right.  The Zoom link will be emailed to you at the email address provided.  Each person requesting DEC credits must provide us with their own email address and applicator ID#.









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