Presenters from KSU and industry will address an array of topics, including wheat growth and development; weed-, disease- and insect management; irrigation technology; fertilizer application; canola in cropping systems; plus a farmer’s success story about growing canola in western Kansas.
The fee to attend is $140 if paid by May 1 and $180 after that date or at the door. Breakfast and lunch both days and a take-home field book are included in the registration.
Certified crop advisory and commercial applicator credits are available for attendees.
For more information and online registration, click here.