The 2022 Kansas Performance Tests with Corn Hybrids report is now available. Producers and crop consultants can use this resource to help select corn hybrids for their operation by checking for varieties that show a consistently good performance in their region.
The 2022 Kansas Performance Tests with Soybean Varieties report is now available. The results from these tests provide producers, extension agents, and industry professionals with unbiased agronomic information on many of the soybean varieties marketed in Kansas.
The midpoint of the meteorological winter was January 14. With winter halfway over, most areas in Kansas have seen much less snow on the ground than normal. How does your area compare to the 30-year normal for snowfall this winter? Is more snow in the short range forecast?
The statewide average precipitation for December 2022 was only 0.74 inches, which was below normal. The state also averaged below normal for temperature for December. The Ag-Climate Update for December 2022 recaps the month and associated weather impacts across Kansas.
Get this event on your calendar! K-State Research and Extension is hosting a one-day Soybean School on Feb. 22 in Salina. The free event is sponsored by the Kansas Soybean Commission. Topics covered include crop production, breeding updates, insect and disease control, soybean markets, and more! Don't miss it!