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 information is included in this updated article.
A series of six K-State Soybean Production Schools will be offered in late January and early February to provide in-depth training targeted for soybean producers and key-stakeholders. The schools will be sponsored by the Kansas Soybean Commission. Get registered today!
K-State Research and Extension is partnering with Kansas Corn to offer five winter learning sessions for Kansas corn farmers. The schools will cover a number of issues facing corn producers and are tailored to each region.
The K-State Department of Agronomy, in collaboration with several Extension districts/counties in central and western Kansas, is hosting four Soil Fertility Management meetings in January.
There's still time to register for one of the KSU Soil Fertility Management meetings taking place on January 11 and 12! Learn about optimizing your fertilizer applications during this time of high fertilizer costs and limited availability.
K-State Research and Extension will host the 19th annual Cover Your Acres Winter Conference for crop producers and consultants on January 18 and 19. The conference will take place in the traditional in-person format in Oberlin, Kansas. Get registered soon for this premier event.
A series of six K-State Soybean Production Schools will be offered in late January and early February to provide in-depth training targeted for soybean producers and key-stakeholders. Registration is requested by January 14.
Don't miss out on attending one of the 2022 Kansas Corn Schools offered by K-State Research and Extension and Kansas Corn! The schools will cover a number of issues facing corn producers and are tailored to each region.
Wheat Rx seminars are scheduled for February 8 in Wichita and on February 9 in Hays. Wheat Rx is partnership between Kansas Wheat and K-State Research and Extension to disseminate the latest research recommendations for high-yielding and high-quality wheat to Kansas wheat farmers.