Questions have arisen about the status of the winter canola crop in Kansas. This article discusses the various weather conditions that have occurred across the canola-growing region and what the resulting impacts may be as we enter the last half of the winter season.
The fall of 2021 was hard for brome growers. Decisions will need to be made about whether to replant or wait and hope for regrowth. When considering the best weed control option, this article offers recommendations for brome fields.
The 2021 Kansas Performance Tests with Corn Hybrids report is now online and in print form. The results from these tests provide producers, extension agents, industry professionals, and others with unbiased agronomic information on many of the corn hybrids marketed in Kansas.
This article recaps a recent snowstorm that impacted several areas of Kansas. Learn a little behind the science of snow predictions and how this snow stacked up in the record books. Also, learn how to take official measurements and become a weather observer.
The K-State CropTalk webinar series is back and will be focused on agronomic topics targeted for northwest and north central Kansas. Topics range from soil fertility, weed management, cover crops, and weather resources. Learn more in this article.
Wheat Rx seminars are scheduled for February 8 in Wichita and on February 9 in Hays. Wheat Rx is partnership between Kansas Wheat and K-State Research and Extension to disseminate the latest research recommendations for high-yielding and high-quality wheat to Kansas wheat farmers.
It’s not too late to attend a 2022 Kansas Soybean School! There are two remaining schools to be held on February 8 in Oakley and Great Bend. These events will provide in-depth training targeted for soybean producers and key-stakeholders. Get registered today!