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Department of Agronomy

Kansas State University

1712 Claflin Rd.

2004 Throckmorton PSC

Manhatan, KS 66506



Extension Agronomy

Get registered for the K-State Soybean Schools offered in late January

A series of three K-State Soybean Production Schools will be offered in late January 2018 to provide in-depth training targeted for soybean producers and key stakeholders. The schools will be held at three locations around the state.

The one-day schools will cover a number of issues facing soybean growers including: weed control strategies, production practices, nutrient fertility, and insect and disease management. Attendees will also receive auxin training needed for applications of approved dicamba formulations for Xtend soybean and cotton.

The dates and locations of the K-State Soybean Production Schools are:

January 22 – Phillipsburg, KS ***Start time for this location only will be 10:00 a.m.***

Phillips County Fair Building, 1481 US-183

Cody Miller, Phillips-Rooks District, codym@ksu.edu, 785-543-6845


January 23 – Salina, KS (program begins at 9:00 a.m.)

Webster Conference Center, 2601 North Ohio

Tom Maxwell, Central Kansas District, tmaxwell@ksu.edu, 785-309-5850


January 24 – Rossville, KS (program begins at 9:00 a.m.)

Citizen Potawatomi Nation Center, 806 Nishnabe Trail

Leroy Russell, Shawnee Co., lrussell@ksu.edu, 785-232-0062


Lunch will be provided courtesy of Kansas Soybean Commission (main sponsor of the schools). The schools will also be supported by Channel Seeds. There is no cost to attend, however participants are asked to pre-register by January 17.

Online registration is available at: K-State Soybean Schools

You can also preregister by emailing or calling the local K-State Research and Extension office for the location you plan to attend.






Ignacio Ciampitti, Crop Production and Cropping Systems Specialist

Doug Shoup, Southeast Area Crops and Soils Specialist

Stu Duncan, Northeast Area Crops and Soils Specialist