Spring planting will be here soon! Check out this updated publication on corn management in Kansas. This comprehensive guide is written specifically for Kansas and offers guidelines to manage corn as efficiently and profitably as possible.
If you are already countin the days until warmer weather, this article is worth your read! A hopeful sign for spring is when the normal low temperatures start to rise. This article takes a closer look at when normal low temperatures begin increasing at several locations across Kansas.
The popular K-State Crop Talk webinar series is back and set to kick off on February 7, 2023. Topics include spring annual forages, climate-smart agriculture, alternative weed control research, and the latest on corn tiller research. Each session begins at noon (CT) and lasts for one hour.
The last of the 2023 Kansas Corn Schools is being offered as a virtual event on Feb. 2nd. There is still time to register for this school which is being hosted by Department of Agronomy, K-State Research and Extension, and Kansas Corn. To receive the Zoom link, you must register online. Details are in this article.
K-State Research and Extension will be offering a one-day Soybean School on February 22 in Salina. This event will provide in-depth training targeted for soybean producers and key-stakeholders. Registration is now open for this free event.