Agronomy eUpdate January 20th, 2022

Issue 889

Options for damaged or dead brome hayfields

This past year was challenging for brome producers throughout eastern Kansas. Many producers have reported partial or total loss of their brome stands. What are the best options for these fields with spring just a couple months away?

hayfields brome 

New Enlist One and Enlist Duo herbicide labels approved

On January 11, the EPA renewed labels for Enlist One and Enlist Duo for seven years. These are the only 2,4-D formulations approved for over-the-top herbicide application to Enlist E3 soybean and Enlist cotton. The labels come with some additional restrictions compared to the previous labels.

label requirements Enlist herbicides cotton soybeans EPA 

Kansas Wheat Rx Schools to be held in Wichita and Hays in early February

Wheat Rx seminars are scheduled for February 8 in Wichita and on February 9 in Hays. These two Wheat Rx schools feature speakers that will discuss the most up-to-date wheat research information on how to manage your wheat crop not only for yield but also for quality and sustainability.

wheat curl mite meeting Wheat Rx  

K-State Soybean Schools scheduled for late January and early February

A series of six K-State Soybean Production Schools will be offered in late January and early February to provide in-depth training targeted for soybean producers and key-stakeholders. Don't miss out on attending a school near you! Locations and contact information can be found in this article.

Soybean Schools soybeans meeting  

Kansas Corn Schools - Virtual program on February 3

There is one remaining in-person Corn School scheduled for February 24 in Hiawatha. For those that were unable to attend an in-person Corn School, a virtual school will take place on the evening of February 3 via Zoom. Get registered today!

Corn Schools virtual meeting