Does shifting to no-till change fertilizer requirements? What about applying micronutrients? Should producers vary fertilizer in response to volatile commodity prices? Learn the answers to these questions at a Fertility Management School that will be held March 5 starting at 6 p.m., at the Lane County Fairgrounds in Dighton.
Topics that will be covered include: no-till and conventional fertility management, macronutrients and micronutrients, fertilizer application, and allocating fertilizer with volatile market and fertilizer prices. Speakers include: Brian Olson, K-State Crops Specialist NW Area, Dorivar Ruiz-Diaz, K-State Fertility Specialist and David Coltrain, Walnut Creek Extension Agent.
This school is sponsored by the Walnut Creek Extension District and the following grain elevators: Mid State Farmers Co-op, Midland Marketing, Bondurant Grain, Garden City Co-op, Bazine Cooperative, Dodge City Co-op in Beeler.
Thanks to the sponsors, there is no cost to attend the school, but please register by March 2. Call 800-460-9079 to ensure enough food is ordered.
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