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Row crop disease management can be a tricky business. Are we going to see disease? If we do see...

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As summer field crops continue to develop, disease management becomes a greater concern. Southern rust was reported in corn...

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The past few weeks have seen corn transition from a slow start to rapid growth. Along the way, there...

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If you’ve ever read this column to the end, you may have noted this statement: always read and follow...

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There are many characteristics of sericea lespedeza that help it thrive in grasslands. It has the ability to produce...

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One of the most common observations by forage growers this spring has been the slow growth of pastures and...

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Retired K-State Research and Extension Plant Pathologist Dr. Doug Jardine spent much of his career sharing information on soybean...

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Trees are often taken for granted. Once we get them established, it is pretty easy to “walk away” and...

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Sometimes reaching a height of almost 15 feet in height, Roughleaf Dogwood is very well adapted to almost any...

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Grass managers understand well the potential for lost production from weed and brush infestations in forage stands. Left unchecked,...

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If you haven’t seen them already, it won’t be long until you can feel them underneath you as you...

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It might look at first glance like leftover prairie grass against the dark green backdrop of a recently fertilized...

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Spring green-up is a great time for the forage producer. If you’re grazing the forage, it is hoped that...

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The University of Tennessee recently published results of a 2019 herbicide evaluation of palmer amaranth population susceptibilities to dicamba....

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Soybeans are extremely adaptable. They wouldn’t be grown here if they weren’t. One of the soybean’s adaptation features is...

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