There is still time to register for the K-State Soybean School. This one-day event is set for February 22 in Salina, KS. Some topics that will be covered include crop production practices, soybean breeding update, Kansas Mesonet tools, insect and disease management, and market outlook. Don't miss out on this school!
The dates and locations have been set for two Wheat Rx Schools to be held in early March. The first event will take place on March 7 in McPherson. The second seminar is scheduled for March 8 in Russell. Online registration is open and detailed agendas on the speakers will be available soon.
A decision by a Nebraska-based agribusiness to recommission an oilseed crush facility near Goodland has opened an opportunity for farmers in Kansas and Oklahoma. K-State Research and the Great Plains Canola Association will host several canola informational meetings for new and experienced growers.
Kansas State University officials have announced a pair of free meetings on August 9 to help farmers make fast-approaching decisions on growing winter canola. The meeting locations are Wichita, KS, and Enid, OK. The agenda includes a refresher on common canola production practices and an update on variety development and availability.
Kansas State University, Scoular, and the Great Plains Canola Association will host field tours in Kingman and Sumner counties on Nov. 6 in Kansas to highlight the marketing of winter canola and fall management decisions. These field tours are open to the public and free to attend.
Save the date for the 2023 Crop Production Update, hosted by the Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association (KARA) and in cooperation with K-State Research and Extension. The two-day event is set for Dec. 6 and 7 in Manhattan. This training provides the latest research and technological advances in weed and insect control, fertilizer and chemical recommendations, soil fertility concerns, and more.
Mark your calendar for the 21st annual Cover Your Acres Winter Conference scheduled for January 16-17, 2024. The in-person will take place in Oberlin, KS. Cover Your Acres is a producer-driven meeting focused on new ideas and research-based updates in crop production in northwest Kansas and the Central High Plains region.
Don’t miss out on the 2023 Crop Production Update, hosted by the Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association and in cooperation with K-State Research and Extension. Registration is open, and the agenda is finalized. Check out this article for all the details about this premier training opportunity.
Have you registered for one of the K-State Crop Pest Management Schools yet? Two schools are set for early December, one in Colby and one in Russell. Join us in person to learn how to control the latest pests – weeds, insects, and diseases – affecting all crops in central and western Kansas!
There is still time to register for the 2023 Crop Production Update, hosted by the Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association (KARA) and in cooperation with K-State Research and Extension. The two-day event is set for Dec. 6 and 7 in Manhattan. This training provides the latest research and technological advances in crop production.
Did you miss the news that the Kansas Corn and Soybean Schools are combining in 2024? New in January 2024, the Corn and Soybean Winter Crop Schools will be held jointly at 4 locations across Kansas on January 16-19. Save the date for a location near you!
There is still time to register for one of the two Crop Pest Management Schools in early December. Join us in person to learn how to control weeds, insects, and diseases affecting all crops in central and western Kansas! The early bird deadline has passed but registration is still open.