High nitrogen fertilizer prices have many producers in Kansas wondering how to get the most return on their fertilizer applications heading into the next growing season. The K-State Department of Agronomy, in collaboration with several Extension districts/counties in central and western Kansas, is hosting four Soil Fertility Management meetings in January.
Topics discussed at the meeting include fertilizer storage methods, maximum rate of return for applied N, “growing N” with manure or cover crops, application timing and methods, and the latest research updates from K-State.
There is no cost to attend, but registration is requested by January 6, 2022 for any of the locations. Online registration is available at: bit.ly/2022KSUFertilityMeetings. Contact your local Extension office if online registration is unavailable. Three CCA credits have been applied for.