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The Georgia CCA program is a voluntary professional certification program for individuals who provide advice to farmers on crop management and inputs. Certified Crop Advisers meet the standards set by the American Society of Agronomy including passing rigorous examinations, maintaining continuing education, and subscribing to a code of ethics.

The Georgia CCA demonstrates a commitment to professionalism as well as the knowledge and skills necessary to help farmers produce economical and environmentally sound crops. Currently there are 184 CCAs in Georgia.

The Georgia CCA Board is your representative. The Board certifies credentials, develops and administers exams, enforces the Code of Ethics, and oversees continuing education.

Funding for this website provided by Dr. William I. Segars.
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