eUpdate Articles Tagged: crop scouting

Virtual crop scouting school now available

The Crop Protections Network has brought together specialists from 11 universities in the Midwest to create the 2021 Virtual Crop Scout School. This school offers 22 webinars on a variety of topics. Two specialists at K-State are among the webinar presenters. Learn more about this free training resource!

virtual crop scouting CCA 

Virtual crop scouting school now available

The 2021 Virtual Crop Scout School is now available and is free to the general public. The scout school consists of 22 webinars from crop protection specialists at eleven Midwest Universities and is offered through the Crop Protection Network.

virtual crop scouting  

First report of southern rust in Kansas for 2021

Southern rust has been detected in southern Kansas. This is the first confirmed report in Kansas for this growing season. Corn producers are encouraged to be actively scouting their fields. This disease can spread quickly if temperature and humidity are high.

corn disease southern rust crop scouting 

Weed management practices: Fall scouting for weeds

Weeds that escape control by in-season management practices can cause several problems, including the possibility of reduced harvest efficiency and crop yield. Scouting for weeds at harvest is an important practice for planning future weed management.

weeds scouting crop scouting 

Fungicide considerations for corn diseases in 2022

corn fungicide foliar fungicides foliar diseases crop scouting 

Weed management practices: Fall scouting and equipment cleaning

Weed management encompasses more than controlling actively growing weeds. Farmers can be proactive to help prevent the future spread of weeds. Two different management practices are discussed in this article: fall scouting for weed escapes and equipment cleaning.

scouting weed management crop scouting equipment