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K-State to host crop production field day in Ottawa

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K-State Research and Extension will host a crop production field day on Aug. 17 at the university's East-Central Experiment Field in Ottawa.

The field day begins at 9 a.m. with registration, coffee and doughnuts, and the program starting at 9:30 a.m. A complimentary lunch will be served.

As part of the program, K-State agronomist Keith Janssen will provide a historical perspective of agriculture based on his 32 years of research work supporting farmers and crop production in eastern Kansas.

Field day topics and K-State presenters include: Corn Nematode Management, Tim Todd; Nutrient Management in Eastern Kansas Soils, Dave Mengel; Soil Pit Evaluation of Strip-Till, DeAnn Presley; Challenges of Controlling Waterhemp, Dallas Peterson; and 32 Years of Agriculture Research in Eastern Kansas, Keith Janssen.

From I-35 at the Ottawa exit, K-State's East-Central Experiment Field is south 1.7 miles on Kansas Highway 59, then east 1 mile, and south 0.75 mile.

More information is available by contacting K-State's East-Central Research Station at 785-242-5616.



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