October started off warm and winter-like weather came on quickly! For a recap of the weather and associated impacts during the month of October, check out the Ag-Climate Update from our team of Extension and Climate specialists.
November in Kansas was cool and dry for the most part. Read about the impacts of this weather pattern on the wheat crop and what should we expect in the coming days. Will we see any improvement in the drought status of western and south-central Kansas?
The Ag-Climate Update is a joint effort between our climate and extension specialists. Every month the update includes a brief summary of that month, agronomic impacts, relevant maps and graphs, 1-month temperature and precipitation outlooks, monthly extremes, and notable highlights.
Save the date to attend the virtual North Central Experiment Field Winter Update on January 27 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm via Zoom. Registration details will be shared soon.
The month of August brought mostly warm and dry conditions for Kansas, with some isolated areas of heavy rain. The dry weather stressed corn, sorghum, and soybeans in many regions. Read about all the agronomic impacts in the Ag-Climate Update for August 2021.