Kansas: Wheat Diagnostic School, Garden City, May 9-10

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Wheat takes center stage at the 2018 In-Depth Wheat Diagnostic School planned May 9-10 at the K-State Southwest Research-Extension Center, 4500 E. Mary St., in Garden City.

Presenters from K-State 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.

More information and online registration is available here. For registration questions, email registration@k-state.edu or call 785-532-5569.

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