Continuing Education Units (CEU) for Certified Crop Advisors

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New Ag International is proud to announce that its articles are now available to gain credits as part of the Continuing Education Units (CEU) for Certified Crop Advisors (CCA) in the USA and Canada.

New Ag International has won approval for the following articles: 

 

The water-soluble fertilizers market: solid growth driven by vibrant factors

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This article looks at one of the fastest growing sectors for crop nutrition – water-soluble fertilizers. It looks at the benefits over granule fertilizers, and the requirements for water-soluble fertilizers when used in drip irrigation systems. The article looks at the key straight fertilizers that are used in water-soluble formulations. It then looks at the drivers for water-soluble fertilizers highlighting the countries that have the largest so-called protected cropping areas.

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Think Zinc!

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This article offers the reader an introduction into zinc as an important nutrient for human health, and an introduction to zinc sulphate, the main source of zinc used in agriculture. Many of the world’s soils are naturally deficient in zinc and the incorporation in zinc in plant nutrition provides an opportunity for biofortification, which increases the availability of a micronutrient in a crop for ingestion by human populations. An example is selenium-containing fertilizers that were used to increase the amount of selenium in wheat.

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For qualified CCAs looking to build their continuing education units, download and read the articles. Then follow the link and search for the article at the CCA website to answer the survey and earn those valuable units.

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The Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) and Certified Professional Agronomist (CPAg) programs of the American Society of Agronomy are the benchmarks of professionalism. The CCA certification was established in 1992 to provide a benchmark for practicing agronomy professionals in the United States and Canada.