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This statement from a USDA Plant Fact Sheet on broomsedge bluestem tells us most all we need to know...

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One of the forages that responded well to growing conditions last fall was broomsedge bluestem. You know the one:...

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Liebig law of the minimum is a principle developed in agricultural science in 1840 that applies to many of...

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Over the last two weeks, this space has been devoted to outlining the suggested planning steps for a windbreak...

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Last week in this space, I shared information on planning a windbreak from a publication entitled Windbreaks for Kansas...

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When we think planting, we typically think spring. While spring works for many crops or plants, trees are one...

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The year 2020 saw a number of soybean fields with really nice growth – but maybe not what we...

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A pretty good annual summary of K-State research on corn production is published each year in MF3208 – Kansas...

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Lots of University research gets done annually in Kansas, on sites ranging from experiment fields to on-farm collaborations. Much...

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A recent social media post jokingly pointed out the degree to which ‘recreational’ tillage occurs. Essentially, it was saying...

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It’s been said that a good time to get a soil sample from a forage stand is any time....

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There aren’t many weeds forage managers can control this time of year, but musk thistle is one. In fact,...

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After a harvest that didn’t provide many ‘breaks,’ adding fall weed control programs to the to do list might...

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With any luck, you can see the light at the end of the harvest tunnel. It also could mean...

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A 2018 Crop Protection Network survey estimated losses in the U.S. from Frogeye Leaf Spot – one of our...

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