School classrooms are closed. The spring Storm Spotter training was cancelled. What do we do for weather education?? The National Weather Service has a number of products available for a wide range of age groups, interest levels, and expertise.
Each year in the fall, applicators from across the state attend commercial recertification training programs. These trainings will look different this year. Read about the changes and how to access virtual training courses in Kansas.
This article is the first in a series highlighting online resources dealing with K-State Agronomy. In this first installment, discover all the KSU Agronomy social media platforms that are available. Each platform targets a specific audience. Which ones are best for you?
Commercial applicator training sessions are planned for the month of April. These will be offered in a virtual format over the Zoom platform. There must be at least 20 registered participants to hold the training so get online to reserve your spot.
A new publication is available to offer help in identifying resources to help manage stress, particularly for those that work in agriculture. Resources provided here can assist you or someone you know that needs assistance in managing and overcoming stress.
Did you know that the K-State Agronomy department has several social media accounts and other digital resources available to all for free? You are reading such resource right now - the Agronomy eUpdate! Check out all the other ways to stay connected to all things K-State Agronomy.