Top wheat yields are a function of a lot of little things: variety selection, fertility, disease and weed management and more. Learn from winners of the Kansas Wheat Yield Contest and National Wheat Yield Contest on how to achieve top wheat yields on your farm!
Romulo Lollato, Extension Wheat and Forage Specialist, Kansas State University: Unlock the secrets of high yield wheat, as Extension wheat specialist Romulo Lollato updates attendees on the practices he’s learned from a multiple-year research effort!
Naomi Blohm, senior market adviser, Stewart-Petersen: High Plains Journal columnist Naomi Blohm gives her outlook on where the wheat market is heading, and help you lock in a profit on the rest of your 2017 crop!
Dave Ahern, IntelliFarms: Growers who have on-farm storage systems are able to capture a premium on high quality and profit from basis capture. Dave Ahern will give tips on how to keep that stored crop in top condition.
Dave Ahearn Presentation
Erick DeWolf, Kansas State University: In 2017, wheat streak mosaic virus affected thousands of acres of wheat production in Kansas. Learn from Erick DeWolf, plant pathologist at Kansas State University, how the disease develops and spreads, and what you and your neighbors can do to stop it. Don’t miss this session!
In 2016 and 2017, farmers could capitalize on high protein content in their winter wheat crop. Mark Fowler, vice president of overseas operations at U.S. Wheat Associates, draws upon years of professional experience to help growers understand how protein occurs, and what can be done to boost protein levels and gain more revenue per acre.
Mark Fowler – Capitilze on Quality WheatU 2017 Presentation