Pennsylvania Certified Crop Adviser Program

About the Pennsylvania Certified Crop Adviser Program

The Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) program certifies crop advisors who demonstrate crop management experience and pass comprehensive state and international exams covering nutrient management, soil and water management, integrated pest management and crop management.

The American Society of Agronomy administers the CCA program, the largest certification program in agriculture with over 14,000 certified throughout the USA and Canada. In Pennsylvania there are approximately 155 CCAs.

This site is intended for professionals already certified and for crop management professionals working to become certified. It offers links to CCA program requirements, gives a link of the Pennsylvania CCA Board, examination and study information, CCA performance objectives, the Pennsylvania CCA Study Guide, and how to request CEUs. We would also like to hear from you. Go to the list of Pennsylvania Board members and contact a member.