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  Agronomy  
     
Overview      
Participants in the Agronomy CDE possess an in-depth knowledge of seeds, insects, soils and crops. They must also demonstrate skills in solving complex problems related to crop production.



2019 Team Practicums
Team Problem may include: determining acreage, populations ,seed selection, seeding rates, cost, maturity traits, fertilizer analysis, soil tests, stages of growth, insects, disease, immature weeds significant to soybean production, weed resistance, marketing.

Reference for Team Problem
1. Virginia Agriculture and Plant advisor
2. Virginia Integrated pest management
3. Industry information on weed resistance to herbicides.
4. Soybean production guides for general knowledge. Not specific production practices -Illinois or North Carolina.

Event Location & Time
The Agronomy Career Development Event is held at the state convention in June.

Eligibility
Virginia FFA will have a senior and junior division of the Agronomy CDE. If advisors in grades 7-9 wish to have their students compete at the senior level, they must register their students as a senior competitor with the understanding that those students (even if eligible by grade level for junior awards) will only be eligible for senior team and/or individual recognition and awards. Only students in grades 6-9 are eligible to compete in the junior division.

Documents      
NameDate AddedSize
Virginia Agronomy Rules (Senior & Junior) 5/25/2020 1335 KB

   
 
Event Information
     
Event Format:
Team of Four
Compete at State Convention
 
   

 
     
     
 
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