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!
Don't miss the K-State Virtual Wheat Day! The event kicks off tonight at 7 p.m. and continues on May 28 at the same time. Details on how to join are in this article!
K-State Research and Extension is hosting two virtual Fall Field Days in late August. Each event is free and open to the public. Details on speakers and how to register are included in this article.
Please read this updated announcement regarding the 2020 Crop Pest Management Schools scheduled for three locations in December. More information will be coming soon.
The 2020 Crop Pest Management Schools have been moved to a virtual format. Participants can chose to virtually attend one of two days, Dec. 8 or Dec. 10. Details about speakers, cost, and registration are in this article.
Don't miss the Crop Production Update course hosted by the Kansas Agribusiness Retailers in cooperation with KSRE. This year's event will take place on Dec. 1-2 and will be held entirely online. There is still time to register. See this article for details.
There is still time to register for the 2020 Virtual Crop Pest Management Schools. The cost is just $40 and you get a full day of programming on managing weeds, insects, and diseases. Join in on either Dec. 8 or Dec. 10.
The annual Winter Forage Conference hosted by the Kansas Forage and Grassland Council and K-State has been moved to a virtual format. The conference will still take place on Dec. 10 with the same program of speakers. See this article for details on how to register.
Kansas Corn is partnering with K-State Research and Extension to offer winter learning sessions for Kansas corn farmers. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Kansas Corn Management Schools will be held virtually in a series of three webinars. Learn more in this article.
The annual Cover Your Acres winter conference is going virtual! This year, Cover Your Acres will feature a shorter, half-day format that will take place online. Sessions will be streamed live with the ability for attendees to ask questions. Read more in this article.
There is still time to register for three winter learning sessions for Kansas corn producers. These sessions will be held virtually with a question and answer session to follow. Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the latest research and product information.
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.
There is still time to register for the 18th annual Cover Your Acres Winter Conference. This year's program has been shortened to one afternoon and will be presented virtually. Admission is free but registration is required. Don't miss this premier event!
There is still time to register for the two remaining Corn School webinars scheduled for February. These virtual meetings are free to attend and open to anyone. Registration details can be found in this article.
Get registered to attend the virtual North Central Experiment Field Winter Update. This event is free and will take place via Zoom on January 27 from 11 am to 1 pm. Registration details are included in this article.
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.
Save the date for the 2021 Great Plains Cotton Conference scheduled for February 23 and 24. This year the conference will be held virtually using Zoom. Presentations will be given from nationally recognized speakers on all things cotton. Don't miss it!
There are 59 counties in Kansas where soybean cyst nematodes have been identified. Learn the best ways to manage this disease by attending a series of webinars to be offered starting February 11.
Did you miss the first Virtual Crop Talk webinars? You can still get registered for the remaining talks in this series. Upcoming talks address weed management for northwest and north central Kansas. Details can be found in this article.
Following a very successful meeting in 2020, the 2021 Great Plains Cotton Conference is scheduled for February 23 and 24, 2021. The format this year will be virtual using the Zoom platform. Get registered today!
There are five Virtual Crop Talks left in this new series from Northwest and North Central Extension Districts. Check out the remaining topics and get registered!
Soybean planting is around the corner and the best time to protect against seedling diseases is prior to planting! A series of free webinars that will cover soybean seedling diseases and the latest information on fungicide resistance. See this article for more details.
Get registered for the 2021 Great Plains Cotton Conference! The 2-day agenda is included in this article. Registration is free and open to all! Don't miss out on this premier cotton event.
There are two Virtual Crop Talks left in February and two coming up in March! Check out these short webinars that target relevant agronomic issues for north central and northwest Kansas.
The last two Virtual Crop Talks will be offered on March 2 and March 9. Join specialists from K-State Research and Extension as they discuss alfalfa management and dryland corn for growers in northwest and north central Kansas.
The last webinar in the Virtual Crop Talk series that began in early February will occur on March 9. If you missed any of these webinars, the recordings are available to view online. See this article to learn where to access the entire webinar series and to register for the last session on March 9.
The Kansas State Pesticide Safety Program is providing a training opportunity this April for several of the categories to help individuals renew their license. This training will be offered in a virtual format via Zoom.
The Crop Protections Network has brought together specialists from 11 universities in the Midwest to create the 2021 Virtual Crop Scout School. This school offers 22 webinars on a variety of topics. Two specialists at K-State are among the webinar presenters. Learn more about this free training resource!
The 2021 Virtual Crop Scout School is now available and is free to the general public. The scout school consists of 22 webinars from crop protection specialists at eleven Midwest Universities and is offered through the Crop Protection Network.
If you missed the two in-person Crop Pest Management Schools, you can still attend the online school scheduled for Tuesday, December 21. Registration for the online school is open through Dec. 17. Don't miss out!
There is one remaining in-person Corn School scheduled for February 24 in Hiawatha. For those that were unable to attend an in-person Corn School, a virtual school will take place on the evening of February 3 via Zoom. Get registered today!
There is still time to get registered for one of the two remaining Kansas Corn Schools. A virtual school will be offered on Feb. 3 and the last in-person school is set for Feb. 24 in Hiawatha. Don't miss out on this opportunity!
K-State's Department of Agricultural Economics will host a Risk and Profit mini-conference online Mar. 7-11 to discuss the agricultural impacts of the Ukraine-Russia conflict and what it means for U.S. producers. There is no fee to participate, but online registration is required.
The CropTalk Webinar series has been extended for one more week! The last session is scheduled for Monday, March 14. This webinar will feature a presentation on the 2022 grain market outlook from agricultural economist Dan O'Brien. Get registered to attend this webinar!
Registration is now open for the 2023 Kansas Corn Schools which will be held in four locations starting on Jan. 12. An online session is also scheduled for Feb. 2. Agendas will be tailored for each location with topics ranging from production practices and weed/disease management to farm policy, markets, and cost-return. Learn more in this article.