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The crop science programs are diverse and include all disciplines related to crop production: agronomy, entomology, plant pathology, biological and agricultural engineering and more. The K-State Research and Extension team communicates and translates research findings into practical education programs with the final goal of assisting Kansans to improve current production practices and profitability.

2021 Kansas wheat plot tours to start on May 10

After over a year of virtual events, the Department of Agronomy and K-State Research and Extension will host several face-to-face winter wheat variety plot tours in different regions of the state, starting May 10, 2021. Make plans to attend a plot tour near you to see and learn about the newest available and upcoming wheat varieties, their agronomics, and disease reactions. A preliminary list of plot tour locations, dates, times, and directions is provided here. Stay tuned to the eUpdate in the coming weeks as this list is updated.

To have daily updates from state wheat specialist, Dr. Romulo Lollato, tune in to Agriculture Today. Listen live @ 10 a.m., Monday - Friday, or tune in wherever you consume podcasts. 
Additionally, check out this news release for more info: K-State to host wheat plot variety tours across the state.

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