Kansas State University and the Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association (KARA) will be hosting two, two-day hands-on field schools on July 9-10 and July 11-12 at the K-State Agronomy North Farm (2200 Kimball Ave) located just north of the football stadium. This year’s program will focus on soybean and cotton production and fertility. In addition, there will be comprehensive training in herbicide efficacy and injury, weed identification, soil and water management, crop diseases, and insects. Agendas for both sessions are included at the end of this article.
The complete program and registration link can be found at https://www.ksagretailers.org/events-training/ksu-field-days/. (Please note: KSRE agents should register via the registration link distributed over the Ag Agent email list serve). The cost for this year’s program is $210 and includes lunch on both days and the opportunity to earn 12 CCA credits and multiple 1A credits.
Peter Tomlinson, Environmental Quality Specialist