2022 Kansas Corn Schools- Both In-Person and Virtual Sessions

Excited to return with in-person sessions this year, Kansas Corn and K-State Research and Extension will host the popular Kansas Corn School series in January and February 2022. Four in-person sessions will be held across the state and one online session will be hosted for those who can’t attend a corn school in their region. These winter learning sessions are designed specifically for Kansas corn farmers and will feature a variety of topics tailored to each school’s location. Participants will hear the latest research and production information, get updates on corn issues and network over lunch. K-State Research and Extension staff are working to ensure CCA and Commercial Pesticide Applicator credits are available.
“The schools will cover a number of issues facing corn producers including weed control, insect resistance, fertility management, late-planting seasons, economics and farm policy,” says Deb Ohlde, Kansas Corn director of grower services. “We are excited to be back in-person this year and to provide such a valuable resource to Kansas farmers and members of the agriculture industry. We have a long-standing partnership with K-State Research and Extension and are proud to host these educational events across the state.”
The corn schools are free to attend and are sponsored by Pioneer, Farm Credit Associations of Kansas and local sponsors.
2022 Kansas Corn School Schedule:
  • Jan. 7 at Oakley
  • Jan. 14 at Salina
  • Jan. 18 at Parsons
  • Feb. 3 Virtual Event
  • Feb. 24 at Hiawatha
Attendees are asked to register before the meeting online at kscorn.com/cornschool or by calling the Kansas Corn office at 785-410-5009. More information including agendas, locations and meeting times can be found online.