K-State Research and Extension will host a two-part wheat field day live on YouTube to update growers and others on the most recent crop advances and challenges while keeping producers safe from COVID-19. Learn more in this article!
The Soil Health Partnership Field Day will be held on August 18 at Guetterman Brothers Family Farms in Spring Hill, KS. A morning and evening session will be offered. Registration is required. Details are included in this article.
Don't miss out on the Soil Health Partnership Field Day scheduled for August 18. Two sessions are available - a morning session beginning at 8 a.m. and an evening session at 5:30 p.m. Details are included in this article.
K-State Research and Extension will host its Spring Crops Field Day in person on Wednesday, May 19 at the Southeast Research and Extension Center in Parsons. Get registered to attend this in-person event! Topics and speakers are detailed in this article.
Don't miss the Winter Canola Field Day scheduled for May 13 in Kingman County. The latest research, variety, and production information will be presented. This article provides all the details about this event.
K-State Research and Extension will host its Spring Crops Field Day in person on Wednesday, May 19 at the Southeast Research and Extension Center in Parsons. Learn about wheat varieties, fusarium head blight control, cover crops, and pasture fertility and weed control.
The North Central Kansas Fall Field Day is scheduled for Tuesday, August 17, at the headquarters near Scandia. This free event will be held in-person and is open to everyone. A meal will be provided at the end of the program. Details on topics and speakers are included in this article.
The Riley County Conservation District is hosting a Soil Health Workshop on August 30 in Leonardville, Kansas. The program will begin at 10 am. Different topics related to cover crops and soil health will be discussed by presenters from K-State and the NRCS.
The Department of Agronomy at K-State, in conjunction with Kansas Corn, is hosting a Soil Health Field Day on September 2 at Knopf Farms near Gypsum, Kansas. All the details about the program and how to register are in this article.
The Flickner Innovation Farm in Moundridge will host a field day event on Tuesday, August 31, highlighting current work by local producers, industry members, and K-State researchers to conserve water use while improving water quality and soil health.
Kansas State University research scientists and extension specialists will host a field day event on Tuesday, August 24, to discuss and demonstrate cover crop management options for soil health and water quality benefits in livestock operations.
The Kansas Soil Health Partnership is hosting a soil health field day on March 28. This event features presentations on soil health sustainability, crop intensification, fertility management, and more! Get registered today! More details are available in this article.
The Kansas Soil Health Partnership is hosting a soil health field day on March 28, 2022 at Guetterman Brothers Family Farms. Topics to be covered include soil fertility, crop intensification, cover crops root demonstration, and much more!
The K-State Research and Extension canola program will hosts two field day events on May 12. The latest research, variety, and production information on winter canola will be featured at 2 different locations on May 12. The field days are an opportunity to see winter canola variety trials and producers’ fields. Experimental and new varieties will be on display and information will be shared about K-State’s hybrid parent line development program.
K-State Research and Extension will host its Spring Crops Field Day Tuesday, May 17 at the Southeast Research and Extension Center, 25092 Ness Road in Parsons.
K-State and the Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association will be hosting two, 2-day field schools on July 12-13 and July 14-15 at the K-State Agronomy North Farm in Manhattan. The focus this year will be on corn and sorghum production. The cost for the program is $210 and includes lunch on both days. See article for the agenda and registration information.
The Department of Agronomy is hosting a Weed Science Field Day! This free event provides an opportunity to browse extension weed science herbicide evaluation trials, network with K-State Weed Science faculty and industry representatives, learn more about weed management and new sprayer technology, and receive 1A credit. Sign-up by July 5!
Registration is open for the 2022 Summer Field School. This annual event is hosted by K-State and the Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association (KARA). Each session consists of a 2-day program and there are two sessions to choose from. The program will focus on corn and sorghum production. Registration, agendas, and costs are detailed in this article.
Kansas State University will host a field day on July 22 to help farmers in the Rattlesnake Creek watershed use new irrigation technologies to manage how they apply water more effectively and improve crop yields. The Irrigation Innovation Technology Field Day will be held near Dillwyn, located in south-central Kansas between Wichita and Dodge City.
K-State is hosting a Beef Cattle and Forage Field Day on August 4 at the Southeast Research and Extension Center in Parsons. The event is free and includes lunch. The program kicks off at 7:30 am. Please RSVP by Aug. 1 for an accurate meal count.
K-State Research and Extension and the Kansas Wheat Commission are hosting two Wheat Rx Schools. The first event will take place in Phillipsburg, KS, on August 9. The second event will take place in Garden City, KS, on August 10. Registration details and agenda for each school are included in this article.
K-State Research and Extension is hosting a Limited Irrigation Corn Management Field Day on September 13 at 4:30 pm. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from specialists from K-State and Colorado State on limited irrigation strategies. The event is free and includes dinner courtsey of the event sponsors. Don't miss it!
The Flickner Innovation Farm will host a January 12 workshop to present up-to-date outcomes from the farm’s technology implementation and projects studying natural resource use. There will also be a presentation from NASA about how their programs can benefit farm management. Learn more about this event in this article.