Kansas Corn is partnering with K-State Research and Extension to offer winter learning sessions for Kansas corn farmers. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Kansas Corn Management Schools will be held virtually in a series of webinars. There are still two sessions to come in February. Each webinar will start at 7 p.m. and include two presentations with a question-and-answer session. Participants will have the opportunity to hear the latest research and production information and hear updates on markets and corn policy issues. These sessions are free for farmers to attend.
Webinar dates and presentations:
“Despite today’s current challenges with COVID, participating online provides an opportunity for corn farmers to learn the latest research findings on key topics and what challenges to watch out for in agronomy, markets, and policy,” said Kansas Corn V.P. of Market Development and Policy Josh Roe.
“The schools will cover a number of issues facing corn producers including nutrient management, management practices, weed control, planter technology, markets, and policy. These events have a long-standing tradition and reputation in offering a solid set of topics of great relevancy to our corn growers in Kansas,” said Ignacio Ciampitti, associate professor in the K-State Department of Agronomy.
The webinars are offered at free for growers thanks to support from premier sponsor Pioneer Seeds, and supporting sponsor Compass Minerals. Participants are asked to pre-register online to receive the information and links to the webinar.
Get more information and register online at kscorn.com/cornschool or by phone by calling Kansas Corn at 785-410-5009.
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