In recent years, sulfur (S) deficiency in wheat has become common in many areas of Kansas, particularly in no-till wheat. Learn how to identify S deficiency and the appropriate management practices for your production system.
After harvest, producers might head to the field for deep tillage such as ripping, or to make earthwork repairs around the farm. Remember, for your safety and to prevent expensive damage to underground utilities, call before you dig.
November in Kansas was cool and dry for the most part. Read about the impacts of this weather pattern on the wheat crop and what should we expect in the coming days. Will we see any improvement in the drought status of western and south-central Kansas?
Registration is open for the K-State Winter Crop Schools. In conjunction with our partners, we are offering 6 Corn Schools, 3 Soybean Schools, and 3 Grain Sorghum Schools in 2020. Details are in this article and more info will follow in an upcoming eUpdate.