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The 2019 Agronomy Fall Field Day will be in Manhattan this year on Friday, Sept. 20. Building Resiliency in...

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KSU Plant Pathologist Doug Jardine recently continued his summer “field tours” and has started to pass on an increasing...

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Germination testing for cereal crops Any discussion about cereal crop seeding rates should include at least some consideration of...

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If you look at the Kansas State University Farm Management budgets, the portion devoted to weed control comes in...

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One of the quickest ways to reduce the enjoyment level of your pond is to let it get covered...

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With many other invasive species, the focus of our summer weed control program (sericea lespedeza comes to mind), we...

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Dandelions. One of the tell-tale signs in the lawn that spring has arrived. Problem is: it’s an unwanted sign....

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Spring is pruning time. That’s the time of year when new growth stimulated by the pruning process will be...

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Pine wilt

Pine wilt Years of work to establish young pine trees, only to have them devastated by pine wilt has...

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Columns Opinion

Sunscald

When a tree doesn’t perform up to expectations, it can sometimes be difficult to pin the issue on a...

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