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Without fail, there will be one corn or soybean field we thought was planted in perfect conditions that looks...

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Cool season grass harvest began in earnest over the past 10 days or so. As this next dry spell...

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Tis the season for fighting weeds… and bugs… and diseases… in everything from field and forage crops to gardens...

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Despite our best efforts, sericea lespedeza continues to be a problem weed across our grassland acres. With its ability...

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Much of our corn right now has entered in to what I’ve heard deemed the “ugly corn” stage. Plants...

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A 2017 study out of South Dakota hits at the yield losses caused by the presence of volunteer corn in...

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There’s a lot that goes in to making a good hay crop. Often overlooked, our cutting height can have...

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If a corn seed had its choice for optimal planting conditions, it would often look outside of northeast Kansas...

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Annual losses from soybean seedling blights are not the greatest disease yield robbers in our soybean production system (Soybean...

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Another week – another missed chance for needed precipitation. The effect on cool season grasses may not be seen...

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As long as forage crops green up in the spring and give us something to hay or graze, in...

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It doesn’t seem right to be discussing soybean seed treatments before we even get far in to corn planting...

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If alfalfa makes up a portion of your forage program, it’s time to scout for alfalfa weevils. The Kansas...

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For most crops, there is a “minimum” soil temperature below which planting problems may result due to cooler than...

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The 10 a.m. two-inch soil temperature at the Corning, Kan., Mesonet Station on March 5 was 50 degrees –...

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