eUpdate Articles Tagged: water conservation


New cover crop publication discusses planting cereal rye after corn harvest

As a cover crop, cereal rye can be part of an effective weed management program in soybean production. A new publication from K-State and the Midwest Cover Crop Council provides helpful information for producers looking to incorporate a cereal rye cover crop following corn harvest.

cover crops cereal rye weed suppression water conservation 

Kansas Bankers Association Conservation Awards - Nominations due Dec. 3

Nominate a deserving Kansas producer or landowner for the 2021 Kansas Bankers Association Conservation Awards Program. In 2020, 197 Kansas producers and landowners were recognized through this program.

soil conservation award water conservation 

Kansas Bankers Association Conservation Awards - Nominations due Dec. 3

Nominate a deserving Kansas producer or landowner who has made outstanding progress in practicing conservation for the 2021 Kansas Bankers Association Conservation Awards Program. In 2020, 197 Kansas producers and landowners were recognized through this program.

soil conservation water conservation awards 

Final irrigation of the growing season - Timing is everything

Producers have an opportunity to improve their water productivity by properly timing their final irrigation application. Traditionally many producers have used a fixed calendar date to determine their final irrigation. Long-term studies in northwest Kansas show the potential problems with this approach.

drought irrigation water conservation 

Kansas Bankers Association Conservation Awards Program - Nominations due Nov. 10

Nominate a deserving Kansas producer or landowner for the 2023 Kansas Bankers Association Conservation Awards Program. There are six different award categories. The purpose of this program is to stimulate a greater interest in the conservation of the agricultural and natural resources of Kansas.

soil conservation conservation award water conservation KBA 

Kansas Bankers Association Conservation Awards Program Nominations due Nov. 10

Nominate a deserving Kansas producer or landowner for the 2023 Kansas Bankers Association Conservation Awards Program. There are six categories: energy conservation, water quality, water conservation, soil conservation, windbreaks, and wildlife habitat. Nominations are due by November 10.

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