- 1. Update on possible impacts of January's cold temperatures to the Kansas wheat crop
- 2. Kansas crop disease summary for 2017
- 3. Late-winter preplant applications for kochia control
- 4. Prescribed Burning workshops scheduled for 2018
- 5. Training required for application of dicamba herbicides
- 6. Western Kansas Forage Conference, February 21 in Garden City
- 7. Register by January 31 for the K-State Sorghum Schools in early February
- 8. K-State Soybean Schools offered in late January
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