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K-State to host Wheat Tour in Tribune, Spring Field Day in Garden City

The K-State Southwest Research-Extension Center will host its Dryland Wheat Tour in Tribune, Kansas and a Spring Field Day in Garden City, Kansas, both on the same date, May 27, this year. The two programs are timed so that participants can attend both if they like.

The Dryland Wheat Tour begins at 8:15 a.m. MDT one mile west of Tribune on Kansas Highway 96. Presentation topics by K-State Research and Extension specialists will include wheat varieties, diseases and insects.

The Spring Field Day in Garden City starts with registration at 2:15 p.m. CDT. Presentation topics will include wheat varieties, diseases, and insects and canola varieties and production, as well as a presentation on cover crops.

A supper, sponsored by the U.S. Canola Association; Crop Production Services; Farm Credit of Southwest Kansas and Garden City Co-op Inc. will follow the field day in Garden City.

More information is available by contacting the K-State Southwest Research-Extension Center at 620-276-8286.

Date: 5/12/2014



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