This article provides answers to frequently asked questions associated with paraquat and dicamba trainings in Kansas for 2023. This information is made available by the K-State Pesticide Safety and IPM Program.
As we start a new year, this article takes a look back at the weather across Kansas throughout 2022. This article by Assistant State Climatologist, Matthew Sittle, breaks down each month and offers a short summary of notable weather events. How well do you remember the weather of 2022?
K-State Research and Extension has released a brief survey to gather information that will inform the organization's efforts to provide education and information in every Kansas county. Any Kansas resident over age 18 is eligible to take the survey.
Don't miss out attending the 20th annual Cover Your Acres Winter Conference. Cover Your Acres is a producer-driven meeting focused on new ideas and research-based updates in crop production in northwest Kansas and the Central High Plains region.
The Department of Agronomy, in conjunction with the Frontier, Southwind, and Wildcat Extension Districts, is hosting three weed management schools on Jan. 23 and 24. These schools will focus on timely and relevant weed management strategies specific for eastern Kansas.
Learn more about optimizing your fertilizers applications by attending one of the Soil Fertility Management meetings in north central and northwest Kansas. These meetings will take place on Jan. 24 and 25 across four locations. Be sure to check out one near you.
Mark your calendar for one of the K-State Weed Management Schools to be held at four locations across northwest and north central Kansas in mid-February. The weather of 2022 led to many challenges controlling difficult weeds. Get the latest weed control information from K-State and UNL specialists by attending.