On Dec. 17 from 5:45 p.m. to 8 p.m., K-State Research and Extension Wildcat District will host 2019 Agronomy Night at Independence Community College – West Campus, 2615 W. Main St. This year K-State canola breeder Mike Stamm will speak about the opportunities and challenges of bringing canola to southeast Kansas. After that, James Coover, Wildcat’s crop production agent, will give a brief presentation on soil fertility and results around the Independence area.

Don’t miss this exciting annual event that has been a part of Montgomery County and Wildcat District for a long time. The event is free and dinner will be provided.

Sponsors include Bartlett Coop, Frontier Farm Credit, Corner Post Crop Insurance, Community National Bank and Trust, Hometown Crop Solutions, Prairieland Partners, Roger D. Janzen Farm, and Caney Agri Service. Please call 620-331-2690 to let us know you are coming. For more information, please contact James Coover at jcoover@ksu.edu or 620-724-8233.

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