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River Valley Extension to host cover crop meeting in Hanover

River Valley Extension District is hosting cover crop meeting at the Kloppenberg Senior Center in Hanover, Kan., on Jan. 21 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The meeting will contain topics including current cropping systems research using cover crops, rules regarding crop insurance, soil water use by cover crops, and using cover crops for rotation and grazing. Presenters include K-State Extension specialist DeAnn Presley, Paul Gallagher from the USDA Risk Management Agency, K-State graduate student Matti Kuykendall, and Dale Strickler from Star Seed. Please bring your questions and thoughts based on your own experiences using cover crops in your farming operation. Sponsoring the meeting is the Tuttle Creek Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy organization. WRAPS will present a cost-share opportunity for planting cover crops for targeted areas of Washington and Marshall counties for 2014.

The event is free. Lunch will be included, catered by Ricky’s Café. Please pre-register for the meeting by Jan. 14. Call the River Valley Extension District office at 785-243-8185 if you plan to attend.

Date: 1/13/2014


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