The popular K-State Crop Talk webinar series is back and set to kick off on February 7, 2023. This year, Crop Talk will be focused on agronomic topics for producers in north central and northwest Kansas. Topics include spring annual forages, climate-smart agriculture, alternative weed control research, and the latest on corn tiller research . Continuing education credits have been applied for and 1 credit will be available 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 7.
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: https://www.northwest.k-state.edu/events/crop-talk-series/index.html.
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 7 – Spring Annual Forages to Fill the Gap in Cattle Feed
John Holman, K-State Agronomist
February 14 - Climate Smart Agriculture, What’s all the Buzz
Peter Tomlinson, K-State Environmental Quality Specialist
February 21 – Alternative Weed Control Research from Kansas
Sarah Lancaster, K-State Weed Science Specialist
February 28 – Corn Tillers: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Rachel Veenstra, K-State Crop Science Agronomist