Spring Field Day planned at K-State's South Central Kansas Experiment Field
Kansas State University will host a Spring Field Day, May 21, at its South Central Kansas Experiment Field in Hutchinson, beginning at 5 p.m.
The event begins at the field, located at 7904 S. Highpoint Road (two miles west of Partridge on Trail West Road, then half mile south on Highpoint Road). The second half of the evening will be at the field headquarters, 10620 S. Dean Road.
The field day includes a sponsored evening meal and presentations.
At the 7904 S. Highpoint Road location, topics include:
Canola Update—Gary Cramer, agronomist-in-charge, K-State South Central Kansas Experiment Field;
GreenSeeker Nitrogen Management —Ray Asebedo, K-State agronomy graduate research assistant; and
Cover Crops for Forage and Soil Management—DeAnn Presley, K-State Research and Extension soil and water conservation specialist; Cody Barilla, Reno County Extension agricultural and natural resources agent; and Stu Duncan, K-State Northeast Area agronomist.
At the 10620 S. Dean Rd. location, topics include:
Wheat Varieties—Allan Fritz, K-State wheat breeder; and
Agricultural Applications for Small Unmanned Aircraft—Kevin Price, K-State specialist in Geographic Information Systems/Remote Sensing.
More information about the K-State South Central Kansas Experiment Field is available online at http://www.agronomy.ksu.edu/research/p.aspx?tabid=47.