Don't miss the remaining K-State Crop Talk webinars

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The popular K-State Crop Talk webinar series started on February 20, 2024. This year, Crop Talk is focused on agronomic topics for producers across the western half of Kansas. Topics include management for wheat production, biological products concerning soil fertility, high pH soils, and fallow replacement options in dryland systems. Continuing education credits will be offered, with one credit for each session.

Each webinar will begin at 12:00 pm (CST) and last until 1:00 pm, beginning with the first one on Tuesday, February 20.

Upon registration, participants will receive an email with instructions to attend via Zoom or YouTube. These webinars are open to all, and there is no cost. Visit the K-State Northwest Research and Extension Center’s website to register:

Please contact your local KSRE extension office or the Northwest Research and Extension Center at 785-462-6281.

A complete list of webinars, with dates, topics, and speakers, is detailed below.

February 20 – Management Tactics for Wheat Production
Romulo Lollato, K-State Wheat and Forages Specialist

February 27 - Biological Products and their Role in Soil Fertility
Dave Franzen, North Dakota State Soil Specialist

March 5Managing Areas of Fields with High pH
Dorivar Ruiz Diaz, K-State Soil Fertility Specialist

March 12Fallow Replacement Options in Dryland Rotations
Lucas Haag, K-State Northwest Area Agronomist


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