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Free crop imaging workshop Nov. 13
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Join K-State Research and Extension and the Kansas Ag Research and Technology Association (KARTA) on Monday, Nov. 13, starting at 10 a.m.for an engaging workshop on crop imaging and crop scouting.
Participants will learn the following:
• Problems that can be managed through crop scouting
• Pros and cons of crop scouting using UAV’s or drones
• Pros and cons of crop scouting using satellite imagery
• What to look for in crop imagery to identify problems in your field
• Devices and tools on the market for collecting on-farm crop imagery
Representatives from TerrAvion, Crop Quest, and Vision Hawk will be present to guide the discussion and provide their insight into the various forms of crop scouting available.
The workshop will take place at the American Ag Credit building, 5634 10th Street in Great Bend. Registration is due by Nov. 10. As with all KARTA workshops, participation is free for current KARTA members. Non-members are welcome to attend for a $25 fee. Lunch and refreshments are provided. For more information or for help registering, contact the extension office in Barton County at 620-793-1910, or go to

Alicia Boor is the Agriculture and Natural Resources agent for Barton County K-state Research and Extension. Contact her by email at or call 620-793-1910.