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Upcoming Events

October 7, 2015
MO-AG Member Appreciation;
Boonville, MO

December 15, 2015
MO-AG Convention;
Columbia, MO

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MO-AG Winter Convention

The Winter Convention is an event held annually in December and is held in conjunction with the MU Crop Management Conference. The convention features booths, speakers and entertainment for all who attend. This year's convention will be on December 15-16, 2015 at the Holiday Inn Executive Center in Columbia, MO. Click here for the exhibitor brochure.


MO-AG Summer Meeting

The MO-AG Summer Meeting is a great chance to see old friends, make new ones, golf, shoot trap, fish and raise money for the Jim Russell Foundation. Join us July 15th-16th, 2015 at Camden at the Lake, Lake Ozark, MO.


2015 MO-AG Member Appreciation Meeting & Reception for Chris Koster

On October 7, 2015 MO-AG will be having a Member Appreciation Meeting and a reception for Chris Koster in Boonville, MO. The activities will include a Membership Meeting, Golf Tournament, Shooting Clay Tourney, Reception for Chris Koster and BBQ dinner these activities are for MO-AG Members Only. For information on the reception click here and for the meeting brochure click here.

Professional Applicator Training

Robert E. Wolf Ph.D. and Julia Wolf, Wolf Consulting & Research LLC, in partnership with the Asmark Institute and MO-AG are offering a professional training course in Missouri on October 6th in Jefferson City. This course will focus on liquid application technology using equipment that currently does not exist in the industry for training purposes. Class size is limited to 30 students and will promote hands-on activities. The topics listed below are for a 6-7 hour workshop running from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm for each session and the cost is $220.00 per pre-registered participant or $295.00 per walk-in participant.

Application technology is rapidly changing how crop protection products can be applied to maximize efficacy while minimizing spray drift. Proper education and training is needed to assist pesticide applicators in the safe and efficient use of current pest control equipment. Currently there is a void in the amount of professional applicator training being offered for commercial ground-based applicators. One of the goals of this course is to train the workforce who use, handle or apply crop protection materials in a safe and efficient manner. 5.5 Pest Management CCA CEUs have been approved. More information about the course can be seen by clicking here.

Register Here please use this 5 digit invitation code: 19500

 If you have any questions, please direct them to either Bob Wolf at or 217-586-2036 or Allen Summers at or 270-926-4600, ext. 201.