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 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.
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.
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.
K-State Research and Extension will host a one-hour webinar starting at 9:30 a.m. on February 23, 2020, highlighting nematodes that kill corn rootworm larvae but are safe for plants.
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 back and will be focused on agronomic topics targeted for northwest and north central Kansas. Topics range from soil fertility, weed management, cover crops, and weather resources. Learn more in this article.
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.
Have you attended one of the K-State CropTalk webinars yet? You still have a chance to get registered for the last two sessions in this popular series. The next webinar on February 28 features Dr. DeAnn Presley discussing growing nitrogen with cover crops! Learn more in this article.
The CropTalk webinar series has added another session on March 14. There are now two remaining sessions. Join on March 7 to hear an update on Kansas climate and what the Mesonet can do for you. Come back on March 14 for a look at the 2022 grain market outlook. Registration details are in this article.
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.
The popular K-State Crop Talk webinar series is back and set to kick off on February 7! This year, Crop Talk will be focused on agronomic topics for producers in north central and northwest Kansas. There's still time to get registered and attend the first session.
K-State Research and Extension will host a one-hour webinar starting at 9:30 am on February 22 highlighting results from on-farm applications in western Kansas, western Nebraska, and eastern Colorado using nematodes to control corn rootworm larvae.
The popular K-State Crop Talk webinar series kicked off on February 7. If you missed the first session, there are still 3 more Tuesdays in February. Topics still to be covered include climate-smart agriculture, alternative weed control research in Kansas, and everything you want to know about corn tillers.
There are still two more weeks of the Crop Talk webinar series. This series is focused on agronomic topics for producers in northwest and north central Kansas. The next session on Feb. 21 features Sarah Lancaster sharing information on alternative weed control research from Kansas.
There is one more opportunity to attend the Crop Talk webinar series this year. The last session will feature Rachel Veenstra, Crop Science agronomist, speaking all about corn tillers. This webinar is set for Feb. 28. This article will provide information for how to get registered. Don't miss it!