Does your wheat stubble height have an affect on next year's corn and sorghum yields?
Virtual Wheat Field Day
Directions to the plots:
Cheyenne County: From Wheeler, go 4 miles south on Highway 27 to Road J.
Plot is ¼ mile west
Cooperators: Sunny Crest Farms
Sherman County: From Goodland, go 10 miles north on Highway 27 to
Road 73. Plot is located north of the tree line.
Cooperators: F & J Farms
Wallace County: From Sharon Springs, go 9 miles south on Highway 27 to
Field Road. Go east 3 ½ miles. Plot is just west of farmstead
on south side of road.
Cooperators: Mai Farms
Wallace County: From Weskan, go 3 miles west on Highway 40 to Road 3.
Go south 5 mi to Gooseberry Rd. Continue south 2/3 mi and
plot is located on west side
Cooperators: E & H Farms
Freeze Injury Resources
K-State Agronomy eUpdate Articles on Freeze Injury
Series of Ag Economics webinars on the Economics of Agriculture During the COVID-19
Watch Past Webinars:
Wondering about Army Cutworms in Wheat?
Click on the picture below to read more about kochia.
Palmer amaranth with Multiple Resistance
in the Small Grain Cereals for Forage K-State publication
Spring Wheat Production Information
From Alternative Crops presentation in the Cover Your Acres Proceedings Booklet
page 7 of the PDF
2019 Results coming soon!
Get your electronic 2020 K-State Chemical Weed Control Guide
Books are now available in Extension Office
A crop disease recap for 2019
Read the latest discussion about the winter weather outlook
from the Climate Protection Center here!
With the wind comes the chance for erosion. Be prepared!
Do you know about Kansas Ag Mediation Services (KAMS)?
Harvesting Lodged Corn
Wondering How Freeze Damage Might Affect the Corn and Sorghum?
Your Guide to the 2018 Farm Bill Meeting
Kansas Land Values 2018
Did you get hail with the storms?
Check out these hail publications discussing potential yield loss
Wheat Plot Results are in!
Western Bean Cutworm is a pest in corn that we need to keep an eye on!
Are you wondering about the stage of growth for your corn?
Click on the chart for a printable version!
Wondering about your local land values?
Check out these resources!
Keep up to date with the latest news on Leaf and Stripe Rust in Wheat
How much fertilizer can safely be placed with seed?
Need some information on how a freeze might still impact your wheat?
Palmer amaranth resistance to 2,4-D and dicamba confirmed in Kansas
K-State Sulfur Publication: Sulfur in Kansas - Plant, Soil and Fertilizer Considerations
Researching rotations: Continuous corn, continuous sorghum, corn-sorghum, corn-wheat with 10 inches/year at K-State Research Station in Tribune, KS
For presentations from winter meetings, click here!
Do you need dicamba training?
K-State is not offering training this winter, but you can get training here:
Industrial Hemp Resources
Stalk Rots of Corn and Sorghum
Kochia accessions with cross-resistance to dicamba and
fluroxypyr identified in western Kansas
Fall Freeze Damage in Summer Grain Crops
Harvesting Grain from Freeze-damaged Sorghum
Corn Grain Dry Down in Field From Maturity to Harvest
Grain Sorghum and Early Freeze
Could nematodes be in your field?
Need more info on redrilling wheat?
Coleoptile Length Chart
Wheat Streak Mosaic
Starter Fertilizers for Wheat
Wheat Streak Mosaic can be economically devastating.
Hail....did you get some?
Are weeds taking over your wheat stubble?
Wheat plot results are in!
It's time to start scouting for Western Bean Cutworms in corn!
Goss's Bacterial Wilt and Leaf Blight of Corn
Did you get hail?
Here's a quick reference for estimating your wheat yields!
Alternative Cropping Systems with Limited Irrigation
Click on the picture to read the article!
Kansas Agricultural Mediation Services is here to assist you with your agricultural questions.
We have been providing Kansas producers with legal, financial and mediation services for over 25 years.
Click on the picture for more information.
What you need to know about kochia control!
Click the graph for more information!
Do you have questions about wheat coleoptile lengths?
Click here for more information!
Are you seeing this in your fields?
Click on the picture for more information!
Tissue sampling your corn?
K-State Mesonet for calculating growing degree days for your area