The K-State CropTalk webinar series is back and will be focused on agronomic topics targeted for northwest and north central Kansas. The first webinar is scheduled for Monday, January 31. Don't miss this weekly lineup featuring various speakers from Extension Agronomy.
The K-State CropTalk webinar series is well underway. This series is focused on agronomic topics targeted for northwest and north central Kansas. Topics range from soil fertility, weed management, cover crops, and weather resources. Get signed up to attend on the remaining 4 sessions!
There are three remaining CropTalk webinars left on the calendar. The next one will take place on February 21 at noon (CT). The topic is how to best manage soil fertility during record high fertilizer prices. Get registered for this one and look ahead to the rest of the series.
Individuals preparing for the Certified Crop Advisor exam now have access to an online training course through K-State Research and Extension. Course modules are divided based on the certified crop advisor objectives. The course is self-paced and remains available for ten months from time of enrollment. Check it out!
The popular K-State Crop Talk webinar series is back and set to kick off on February 7, 2023. Topics include spring annual forages, climate-smart agriculture, alternative weed control research, and the latest on corn tiller research. Each session begins at noon (CT) and lasts for one hour.