K-State Research and Extension is hosting its annual wheat plot tours in counties throughout the state.
"These plots give growers and others interested in wheat production the chance to see different varieties and how those varieties are faring under local conditions," said Jim Shroyer, Extension wheat specialist.
The plots represent months of work by Extension agents and cooperators in their counties and districts, he said. Producers often check the plots throughout the growing season.
A schedule with dates, locations and times of the wheat plot tours is available on the Web www.ksre.ksu.edu/wheatpage and click on Calendar.
More information, including where each county´s plot is located, is available by calling the individual county´s Extension office. A map that includes all county Extension offices and contact information for each office is available at www.ksre.ksu.edu.