K-State/KARA Crop Production Update: Dec. 7-8 in Manhattan

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The 2022 Crop Production Update, hosted by the Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association (KARA) and in cooperation with K-State Research and Extension, will be offered in-person this year with a virtual option. The two-day event will take place on December 7 and 8 at the Bluemont Hotel in Manhattan, KS. This course will provide a total of 12 CCA CEUS (tentatively, 4 soil water credits, 3 nutrient management credits, 3 crop production credits, 1 pest management credit, and 1 professional development credit), in addition to one 1A hour and one core hour.

This training provides the latest research and technological advances in fertilizer and chemical recommendations, soil fertility, soil water and soil conservation, and much more. The agendas for each day are still being finalized. Confirmed topics include:

  • Impacts of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on grain production and market
  • Carbon credits: What do we know?
  • New nitrogen recommendations for corn
  • Economics of fertility management
  • Corn and soybean production update
  • Wheat and alfalfa production update
  • Soil mineralogy review and applications
  • Wind erosion mitigation and the causes and impacts of the Dust Bowl
  • Disease management in wheat
  • Phosphorus runoff in agroecosystems

Don’t delay - get registered today! Registration information and cost options can be found here: https://www.ksagretailers.org/events-training/crop-production-update/

Stay tuned to the eUpdate and the conference website for complete agendas to be released soon.


Romulo Lollato – Wheat and Forages Specialist

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