Disease pressure on the winter wheat crop in 2020 was lower than average. Read this summary article from K-State Wheat Pathologist Kelsey Andersen Onofre and learn more on the most prevalent wheat diseases last year in Kansas.
The Kansas fire season typically runs from February through April, although large fires were recorded for every month last year. The outlook for the spring wildfire season in Kansas is discussed in this article K-State scientists and the Kansas Forest Service.
A new series of hour-long webinars is set to begin in early February. This series will be focused on agronomic topics targeted for northwest and north central Kansas. The first webinar will be on February 2 with others to follow each week until March 9.
There is still time to register for the last two virtual Kansas Corn Schools. Two more sessions are scheduled for Feb. 4 and Feb. 11. These are free to attend. Hear the latest research on weed control and plant technology, updates on markets, and corn policy issues.