The planting window for winter canola in Kansas arrives by early September. Learn about key points to ensure that plant development is optimized for surviving the extremes of the Kansas climate.
Alfalfa will stop growing after the first hard freeze. The timing of the last two cuttings impacts the winter survival and influences stand productivity the following year.
As the end of the growing season arrives in Kansas, a common question from growers relates to the dry down for corn. This rate depends on the weather, primarily temperature and moisture conditions. Learn more in this article from Dr. Ciampitti.
A new publication has been released from the NRCS Plant Materials Program that summarizes a 2-year evaluation of 56 commercially available varieties of cool-season cover crops. Use this resource to make informed decisions when planting cover crops this fall.
All soybean growers in Kansas are invited to participate in the 2020 Kansas Soybean Yield and Value Contests. Don't miss this opportunity to showcase your high yields this year!
Calling all Kansas soybean growers! Please consider completing a very short survey about your 2021 soybean planting intentions. Results from the survey will guide fall and winter extension programs.
Nominate a deserving Kansas producer or landowner for the 2020 Kansas Bankers Association Conservation Awards Program. In 2019, 210 Kansas producers and landowners were recognized through this program.