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With parts of the area recently receiving beneficial moisture, and some forage supplies remaining tight, you might be considering...

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While not the only factor affecting variable production levels across a field or hay meadow, soil fertility is certainly...

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KSU Extension Weed Science Specialist Dr. Sarah Lancaster wrote a KSU Agronomy eUpdate article this week on fall scouting...

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Travel almost anywhere in Northeast Kansas this time of year and you’ll likely note the approach of harvest. It...

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Foxtail

One of the more troublesome weeds, particularly of hay fields, showing up this time of year is foxtail. There...

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What a nice change of pace this fall has (thus far…) been as compared to the last few. Moisture...

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Whether you’re scouting this time of year in-field, the pickup, or will wait until the combine cab this fall,...

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From now through season’s end, soybean insect pests will be commonplace. Some are just passing through. Some are feeding...

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I tried to shoo away this heat dome by writing last week about heat/drought stress in corn. It didn’t...

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Fortunately for us, corn originated from a tropical grass and has been observed to withstand temperatures upwards of 112...

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In my last column, I referenced a couple weeds to look for during post-harvest hay field evaluations. Hemp dogbane...

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Harvest for hay may be a greater stress on our forage stands than we’d like to give it credit...

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Most years at this time, our corn crop looks good, but precipitation prospects start to decline. At the same...

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The start of the growing season can be an exciting time. Grass greens up. We might be getting ready...

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Many will remember 2012 for the dry weather issues plaguing the area. Fewer remember it for a phenomenon repeating...

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