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Crop Talk returns starting this month
Stacy Campbell
Stacy Campbell

NC and NW Extension Districts and counties of K-State Research and Extension again will be hosting an online agronomy series, “Crop Talk”, slated to begin Tuesday, Feb. 20 through Tuesday, March 12, which will highlight several topics important to crop producers. These will be on Tuesdays and each session will be held from noon to 1 p.m.  

In the NC and NW agronomy focused areas, the meetings will feature presentations and comments by K-State Research and Extension faculty to enhance management strategies utilized by crop producers.   

Our KSU extension team has vast experience in crop production and we’re here to help solve and prevent production problems with reliable information. 

Planned topics of discussion include Intensive Management Wheat Production; Biologicals and their role in Soil Fertility; Managing areas of fields with High pH; and Fallow Replacement options in Dryland Rotations. There will also be time for questions between Kansas crop producers and extension specialists at each of the sessions. 

Register online at or call your local Extension Office. Once you register, a link to the online sessions will be emailed to you. CCA credits have been applied for with 1 credit for each session. 

For more information about the online KSU Extension NW and NC Agronomy Series, contact your local Extension Office. To contact the Cottonwood District Office in Hays 785-628-9430 if you have any questions.

Stacy Campbell is an Agriculture and Natural Resources agent for Cottonwood Extension District. Email him at or call the Hays office, 785-628-9430.