Join us on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019 for an all new training program to kick off the new year! We opted to move our Crop Production Update conference to December of 2019 in an attempt to lighten the load on your early-year schedule.


This conference will provide the latest research and technological advances in the crop production industry. Our 2019 Winter Update will be applied for a total of 8 CEUs and 1A credits as topics allow. The presentations will include the latest technology on weed and insect control, fertilizer and chemical recommendations, soil fertility concerns and much more.


Junction City, Kan.
Courtyard Marriott
310 Hammons Dr.

Who Should Attend

This course is recommended for individuals in agribusiness who are involved in making recommendations to producers.

Registration & Pricing

The registration fee is $65 for KARA members and CCAs, and $100 per non-member (this includes lunches, refreshment breaks, materials & meeting costs). To ensure an adequate lunch count, pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Provide your email address for program updates and a credit card receipt. All cancellations must be received at least 24 hours before the start of the event. No refunds will be made for requests received after that time. Cancellations must be received by phone at (785) 234-0463 or email at Refunds will be issued in the same form payment was made. Please allow two weeks for processing. Registrants who cancel will not receive seminar materials.

The registration fee for members of Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association and Certified Crop Advisers is $65, while non-member registration is $100. Registration includes lunches, refreshment breaks, materials and meeting costs.

Planter Downforce Technology: Learning from On-Farm Studies
Ajay Sharda | KSU
Weed Control Update
Dallas Peterson | KSU
Optimizing Paraquat: Efficacy, Drift and Resistance Management
Marshall Hay | KSU An Online Extension Experience
Wendy Johnson | KSU
Managing Saline and Sodic Soils
DeAnn Presley | KSU
Crop Pests in 2018 and How they Might Affect 2019
Jeff Whitworth | KSU
Late Season Soybean Problems
Doug Jardine | KSU
Register Today

Beat the rush and pre-register today. While we transition to new websites, we thank you for your patience in registering for our 2019 Winter Update via the PDF below. Please fill out the PDF and return to Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association via email ( or by fax 785.234.2930.