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Sorghum schools planned in February

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Kansas State University is joining forces with the Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission, Sorghum Checkoff Program, KFRM-550 AM Radio, and Huskie Herbicide to present In-Depth Sorghum Schools in six Kansas communities.

Dates and locations for the schools are:

Feb. 5--Salina, Saline Co. Fairgrounds 4-H Building;

Feb. 6--Greensburg, Kiowa Co. Fairgrounds, 720 N. Bay Street;

Feb. 7--Hillsboro, United Methodist Church, 905 East D St.;

Feb. 12--Oakley, Northwest Kansas Educational Service Center, 703 W. 2nd St.;

Feb. 13--Tribune, Greeley Co. Fairgrounds, 4-H Building, 1001 Ingalls Ave.; and

Feb. 14--Ulysses, Grant Co. Civic Center, Lawson Room, 1000 W. Patterson.

Presentations by K-State Research and Extension specialists will include:

--Sorghum for Risk Management;

--Importance of Sorghum for the Ethanol Industry;

--Weed Control Strategies;

--Sorghum Irrigation Management (at the four western locations only);

--Planting Management;

--Fertility Management; and

--Insect Management.

Organizers have applied for two hours of Commercial Pesticide Applicator Recertification Credits for those who attend, plus Certified Crop Advisor credits include Crop Management, two Integrated Pest Management, one Nutrient Management, one Water Management, and 0.5 Professional Development.

Online registration is available at http://2013sorghumschools.eventbrite.com.

Date: 1/21/2013



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