By STACY CAMPBELL
Cottonwood Extension District
With fertilizer prices continuing to be a significant input cost and the availability issues, it is increasingly important for agriculture producers to properly manage their inputs.
To address the topic of nutrient management, K-State Research and Extension, has scheduled four regional programs.
January 11 – Ellsworth – 9 a.m. to NOON – National Guard Armory
January 11 – Rush Center – 3 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. – Walnut Valley Senior Center, 220 Washington Street.
January 12 – Goodland – 9 a.m. to NOON – Sherman Co. 4-H Building
January 12 – Hoxie – 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. - 4-H Building at the Sheridan Co. Fairgrounds
Topics will include: Storage methods; Maximum rate of return for N; “Growing N with manure or cover crops; Application timing methods; KSU Research updates along with a question and answer session. So be sure and bring all your questions with you!
CCA credits have been approved for 4 CEU’s.
There is no cost for the meetings, however, pre-registration for the Rush Center location has been extended to Monday, January 10th by 12 noon. Register online at www.cottonwood.ksu.edu or call the Hays Extension office at 785-628-9430.