K-State Research and Extension will host a field day at Columbus on September 26. The event will start at the Cherokee County 4-H building located at 114 W. Country Rd. in Columbus. Registration will begin at 8 a.m., with the program beginning at 8:30. Coffee and donuts will be furnished by the Columbus Chamber of Commerce.
Several topics will be discussed during the morning presentations by K-State faculty:
Lunch will be provided after the presentations, sponsored by Ag Choice of Weir, Bartlett Coop, Beachner Grain, DeLange Seed, Farmers Coop of Baxter Springs and Columbus Kansas, Faulkner Grain, Kansas Alliance for Wetlands and Streams, McCune Coop, Modern Ag, and DuPont Pioneer. Booths will be available to visit with the sponsors.
Following lunch, the program will move to the Southeast Agricultural Research Center Columbus experiment field located 2 miles west of the intersection of Hwy 160 and K-7 then 2.5 miles north.
Demonstrations at the experiment field will include:
For more information, contact Dale Helwig, Cherokee County Research and Extension, at 620-429-3849 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Figure 1. Map to Cherokee County 4-H building