In recent years, sulfur deficiency in wheat has become more common in many areas of Kansas, particularly in no-till systems. This article discusses the factors that influence sulfur deficiency in wheat, how to identify a deficiency issue, and the best management options.
A Thanksgiving weekend snowstorm brought accumulating snow to most of the state. The highest totals were in central Kansas, where over a foot of snow was measured in a few locations. In some places, this was the most snow from a single event in nearly a decade. Learn more about this snowy weekend in KS in this article!
There is still time to register for one of the two Crop Pest Management Schools in early December. Join us in person to learn how to control weeds, insects, and diseases affecting all crops in central and western Kansas! The early bird deadline has passed but registration is still open.
There is still time to register for the 2023 Crop Production Update, hosted by the Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association (KARA) and in cooperation with K-State Research and Extension. The two-day event is set for Dec. 6 and 7 in Manhattan. This training provides the latest research and technological advances in crop production.
Did you miss the news that the Kansas Corn and Soybean Schools are combining in 2024? New in January 2024, the Corn and Soybean Winter Crop Schools will be held jointly at 4 locations across Kansas on January 16-19. Save the date for a location near you!