- 1. Can a late nitrogen topdressing help wheat yields this year?
- 2. Large-scale dryland cropping systems research at Tribune
- 3. Wheat disease update
- 4. Canola Field Days scheduled for May 14 and 15
- 5. South Central Experiment Field Spring Field Day, May 20
- 6. Wheat Tour in Tribune, Spring Field Day in Garden City to be held May 27
- 7. Spring Crops Field Day planned May 29 in Parsons
- 8. Comparative Vegetation Condition Report: April 15 - 28
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