- 1. Winter/spring options for winter annual broadleaf control in wheat
- 2. Gully erosion control is an important issue on rural, suburban, and urban land
- 3. Cover Your Acres Conference, January 19-20 in Oberlin
- 4. Kansas Agricultural Technologies Conference, January 21-22 in Junction City
- 5. K-State Soybean Schools scheduled for late January
- 6. K-State Sorghum Schools scheduled for early February
- 7. Canola College 2016 in Enid, February 18
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Gehl, Agronomy e-Update Editor. All of the Research and Extension faculty in Agronomy
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