Farwest 2021

Aug 4, 2021
Farwest Education Program Offers Pesticide Recertification Credits

This year, the 2021 Farwest Show is offering seven classes that are eligible for pesticide recertification credit hours as part of its continuing education program.

Farwest will take place Aug. 18–20, at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon.

Experts from across the industry will cover various topics to include plant pests and diseases, bio-controls, equipment calibration and pesticide safety for bees. Classes will be delivered in English with Spanish translation available, or Spanish language.

Two different pesticide class pass options are available:

  • The three-day pesticide class pass ($119) offers six hours of recertification credit taught in English with Spanish translation, plus a one-hour Spanish-only session. Purchasers will get an expo pass to the show floor that is good all three days.
  • The one-day pass ($49) offers access to all pesticide classes on your day of choice . Two hours of credit are available on Thursday and Friday, and three hours of credit are available on Wednesday. Purchasers will get a three-day expo pass as part of the deal.

All seven pesticide recertification classes will be eligible for continuing education units from Oregon, California, Washington and Idaho state agricultural organizations. For complete details on pesticide recertification classes, visit: https://farwestshow.com/events/category/pesticide-recertification/

For complete details and times on all classes eligible for recertification units, visit https://farwestshow.com/continuing-education/

Registration for recertification credits is required. Registration is available at https://farwestshow.com/register/. Complete details on events, daily schedules, speakers, and education for Farwest can be found online.

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