In 2021, a new series of hour-long webinars was launched with great success. For 2022, the K-State CropTalk webinar series is back and will be focused on agronomic topics targeted for northwest and north central Kansas. Topics range from soil fertility, weed management, cover crops, and weather resources. Continuing education credits have been applied for and will vary based on the subject area of each webinar.
Each webinar will begin at 12:00 pm (CST) and last until 1:00 pm, beginning with the first one on Monday, January 31.
Upon registration, participants will receive an email with instructions to attend via Zoom or YouTube. These webinars are open to all and there is no cost. Visit the K-State Northwest Research and Extension Center’s website to register: https://www.northwest.k-state.edu/events/.
Please contact any local KSRE extension office in north central or northwest Kansas for any questions.
A complete list of webinars, with dates, topics, and speakers is detailed below.
January 31 – Rolling with the Punches: 2022 Weed Control
Sarah Lancaster, K-State Weed Scientist
February 7 – Manure and your Soil Fertility Program
Peter Tomlinson, K-State Environmental Quality Specialist
February 14 - High Fertilizer Prices: The Perfect Time for Precision Ag
Lucas Haag, K-State NW Region Agronomist
February 21 – Managing Soil Fertility During Record High Fertilizer Prices
Dorivar Ruiz Diaz, K-State Soil Fertility Specialist
February 28 – Growing Nitrogen with Cover Crops
DeAnn Presley, Soil Management Specialist
March 7 – Climate Update and Kansas Mesonet
Chip Redmond, K-State Assistant Climatologist and Kansas Mesonet Coordinator