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Help reduce losses with agronomy training from Nationwide

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Nationwide is a leading provider of agronomy-related services to help you and your employees develop a safe workplace and help improve your bottom line. Our knowledgeable agronomists, who hold designations such as Certified Professional of Agronomy (CPAg) and Certified Crop Advisor (CCA), offer custom application and seed treatment training programs—uniquely customized to your specific needs.

These customized training programs are highly interactive and range from an hour to a half-day session.

Custom application training

This training program is customized to meet the specific needs of your business. It can cover the following areas:

  • Claims, in real and indirect costs (damage, fines, lost productivity and reputation etc.)
  • Coverage reviews
  • Effects of pesticides on groundwater and soil
  • Laws and regulations
  • Pesticide labels
  • Pesticide container handling and disposal
  • Pests, including pest management
  • Phytotoxicity
  • Spills, drifts and accidents
  • Techniques and processes
  • Tips, hints and reminders

Seed treatment training

This customized, interactive training program provides real-life examples of preventable claims. Seed treatment training covers expanded planting and use of genetically modified organisms. Topics include:

  • Application methods and equipment
  • Equipment calibration
  • Fungicidal treatments
  • Insecticidal treatments
  • Pathogens
  • Pesticides and pesticide labels
  • Pests and pest management
  • Seed treatment laws and regulations

Misapplication and consulting

If you experience a misapplication loss, our agronomy team of experts will assess the damage and suggest how to best mitigate the damage to help save you money and time. This process begins as soon as you report your claim.

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