In recent years, sulfur deficiency in wheat has become more common in portions of Kansas. Learn how to identify deficiency symptoms and the best management options in this article from soil fertility specialist Dr. Ruiz Diaz.
Heavy precipitation in some areas of Kansas resulted in some improvement in the drought status. Other areas that missed the rain declined or stayed the same. What is the outlook for the next 2 weeks in KS? Learn more in this article.
The spring wildfire season in Kansas typically runs from February to April and can be highly variable. The 2020 fire season was below average. What can we expect for 2021?
There is still time to register for the 2020 Virtual Crop Pest Management Schools. The cost is just $40 and you get a full day of programming on managing weeds, insects, and diseases. Join in on either Dec. 8 or Dec. 10.
The annual Winter Forage Conference hosted by the Kansas Forage and Grassland Council and K-State has been moved to a virtual format. The conference will still take place on Dec. 10 with the same program of speakers. See this article for details on how to register.