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Department of Agronomy

Kansas State University

1712 Claflin Rd.

2004 Throckmorton PSC

Manhatan, KS 66506

785-532-6101

agronomy@ksu.edu

Extension Agronomy

It is not too late to attend a K-State Corn School


The last three Corn Management Schools will be held in February at locations in northwest, north central, and northeast Kansas. These schools are hosted by the Department of Agronomy and K-State Research and Extension, in partnership with Kansas Corn. Each school is designed to provide in-depth training for corn producers across Kansas. While each school’s agenda is tailored for the location, the corn schools will connect with an overall theme of “maximizing advancements in your operation”. Participants will have the opportunity to hear the latest research and production information, get updates on corn issues and network over lunch. The corn schools are free for farmers to attend.

The schools will cover a number of issues facing corn producers in each region including Farm Bill options, weed control, insect resistance, fertility management, disease management, and late-planting seasons.

Corn Management Schools

The dates and locations are:

  • February 3 – Oakley
    Buffalo Bill Cultural Center
    3053 US-83
    Oakley, KS 67748
  • February 5 – Salina
    Hilton Garden Inn
    3320 S 9th St,
    Salina, KS 67401
  • February 7 – Olathe
    John Deere Ag Marketing Center
     10789 S Ridgeview Rd
    Olathe, KS 66061

 

Each school will run from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm with lunch provided. On-site registration for each school will begin at 8:30 a.m.

The school and lunch are offered at no cost. If possible, farmers are asked to pre-register online at kscorn.com/cornschool, by phone by calling Kansas Corn at 785-410-5009, or at their local extension office.

CCA and CEU credits have been applied for. Additional sponsors include Pioneer and John Deere.

 

Ignacio Ciampitti, Crop Production and Cropping Systems Specialist
ciampitti@ksu.edu

Stacy Mayo-Martinez, Kansas Corn
smartinez@ksgrains.com