The season of winter crop schools is quickly approaching. Check out this article and get these dates on your calendar for the 2020 Winter Crop Schools. More info will be coming in future eUpdate articles.
Registration is open for the K-State Winter Crop Schools. In conjunction with our partners, we are offering 6 Corn Schools, 3 Soybean Schools, and 3 Grain Sorghum Schools in 2020. Details are in this article and more info will follow in an upcoming eUpdate.
K-State and Kansas Corn have teamed up again to offer six Corn Production Schools in 2020. Three schools are scheduled for January and three will occur in February. Details for each location, including how to register, can be found in this eUpdate article.
It's not too late to make plans to attend the 2020 K-State Corn Schools. These schools are designed to provide in-depth training for corn producers across Kansas. While each school’s agenda is tailored for the location, the corn schools will connect with an overall theme of “maximizing advancements in your operation”.
The last 3 of the six Corn Management Schools kick off during the first week of February. It's not too late to make plans to attend of these schools, with locations in northeast, north central, and northwest Kansas. Each school is free to attend and a lunch will be provided.
The 2021 K-State Corn Management publication is now available online. This publication is a great resource and covers all aspects of corn production in Kansas.
Kansas Corn is partnering with K-State Research and Extension to offer winter learning sessions for Kansas corn farmers. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Kansas Corn Management Schools will be held virtually in a series of three webinars. Learn more in this article.
There is still time to register for three winter learning sessions for Kansas corn producers. These sessions will be held virtually with a question and answer session to follow. Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the latest research and product information.
There is still time to register for the two remaining Corn School webinars scheduled for February. These virtual meetings are free to attend and open to anyone. Registration details can be found in this article.
There is still time to register for the last two virtual Kansas Corn Schools. Two more sessions are scheduled for Feb. 4 and Feb. 11. These are free to attend. Hear the latest research on weed control and plant technology, updates on markets, and corn policy issues.
Southern rust is now active on corn in Texas, Louisiana, and Georgia. Although this disease has not yet been reported in Kansas, it is time to start actively monitoring corn fields. The 10-day forecast indicates that weather will remain favorable for disease development.
Save the date for the 2022 Corn Schools. The dates and locations have been set. More information will be coming regarding the venues, program, speakers, and registration details. Check out where the closest location is to you and reserve the date!
The Department of Agronomy and K-State Research and Extension, in partnership with Kansas Corn, are planning to host several Corn Schools in 2022. Please save the date for the location nearest you.
K-State Research and Extension is partnering with Kansas Corn to offer five winter learning sessions for Kansas corn farmers. The schools will cover a number of issues facing corn producers and are tailored to each region.
The popular Kansas Corn School series is returning in January and February with four one-day in-person schools to be held across the state and one virtual session. K-State Research and Extension is partnering with Kansas Corn to offer the winter learning sessions for Kansas corn farmers.
Don't miss out on attending one of the 2022 Kansas Corn Schools offered by K-State Research and Extension and Kansas Corn! The schools will cover a number of issues facing corn producers and are tailored to each region.
There are three in-person Corn Schools still on the calendar (Salina, Parsons, and Hiawatha). Get registered to attend of these events. There is also a virtual Corn School scheduled for February 3rd. Don't miss your chance to attend this popular event!
There is one remaining in-person Corn School scheduled for February 24 in Hiawatha. For those that were unable to attend an in-person Corn School, a virtual school will take place on the evening of February 3 via Zoom. Get registered today!
There is still time to get registered for one of the two remaining Kansas Corn Schools. A virtual school will be offered on Feb. 3 and the last in-person school is set for Feb. 24 in Hiawatha. Don't miss out on this opportunity!
Save the date for the 2023 Kansas Corn Schools. The Department of Agronomy and K-State Research and Extension, in partnership with Kansas Corn, are planning to host several Corn Schools in 2023. Dates and locations are set and agendas will be announced soon.
Registration is now open for the 2023 Kansas Corn Schools which will be held in four locations starting on Jan. 12. An online session is also scheduled for Feb. 2. Agendas will be tailored for each location with topics ranging from production practices and weed/disease management to farm policy, markets, and cost-return. Learn more in this article.
Registration is now open for the 2023 Kansas Corn Schools which will be held in four locations starting on Jan. 12. An online session is also scheduled for Feb. 2. Topics will range from production practices and pest management to farm policy, markets, and cost-return.
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.
A number of factors should be considered when assigning a value to drought-damaged corn. Nutrient removal from the field is one key aspect since biomass can export significant amounts of nutrients. Other factors to consider include the need for residue cover to prevent erosion and conserving soil moisture.
In January 2024, look for a new format for the traditional K-State Corn and Soybean Winter Crop Schools. K-State Research and Extension, in collaboration with Kansas Corn and Kansas Soybean, has combined the schools for a whole-day program covering both crops. Save the date for one of the locations near you!