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During a recent visit to the Kansas River Valley Experiment Field near Topeka, I passed by the Soybean Sudden...

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The confirmation of Southern Rust this past week in counties just southwest of the Meadowlark Extension District is a...

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References differ slightly in the exact amount of nitrogen a soybean crop might need to reach desired yield levels,...

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The corn “disease of focus” the past couple of years has been Tar Spot. We’ve answered the question of...

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A news article recently hit my inbox referencing “orange maggots swarming” into Northeast Kansas soybean fields. It sounds concerning,...

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The first map tracking Tar Spot in corn is out – and the growing season has begun with Northeast...

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Two soybean pest related news articles were distributed this week by the K-State Research and Extension news service. One...

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One of the more important instructions typically provided with many pesticide recommendations is: always read and follow label directions....

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The last page of the KSU Chemical Weed Control Guide has traditionally been dedicated to a single weed: sericea...

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When you hear the term “bluestem” mentioned when discussing grasses, your mind likely takes you to our common native...

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It’s still early in the corn growing season, but at some point – even through the end of the...

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It’s always a bit of a tricky “balance” when we get spring moisture like we did across NEK last...

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In our cool season grass production systems, fertilizer applications are a given. Brome and fescue respond to fertilizer —...

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There’s a chart at the front end of the weed and brush control section of the 2024 KSU Chemical...

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A couple of weeks ago, I referenced buckbrush management. A second multi-stemmed species of concern for us in our...

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