Virtual Field Day Coming to Western Kansas

Joe Denoyer - August 21, 2020 8:21 am

Kansas State University will host field days in late August to share updated information on several crop production practices important to producers in western Kansas.

On Aug. 27, the Southwest Research-Extension Center in Garden City will host its Fall Field Day from noon to 1:30 p.m. (CST).

The event is being held online only and is free to attend, but those interested are asked to register in advance at https://kstate.ag/ksre-field-day.

The program for the Aug. 27 online session includes:

Alfalfa and corn insect management strategies.
A decade of dryland cover crop research in western Kansas.
Expanding cotton recommendations.
Bee diversity in edge habitat of active croplands in western Kansas.

For more information, call the Southwest Research and Extension Center at 620-275-9164.

 

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