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University of Missouri researchers surveyed 66 pastures between 2015 and 2017 looking at the average number of weeds per...

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It might seem far away, but the March 15 deadline for making annual elections of either Agricultural Risk Coverage...

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I’ve referenced the KSU Ag Economics site (www.agmanager.info) many times in this space over the years – and for...

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Over time, the options for integrated weed management have changed – but the goal has not. Whether we’re talking...

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As I write this, there’s snow on the ground and 25 mile per hour winds. If your agricultural enterprise...

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The 2023 Corn School schedules are out, offering in-person and virtual opportunities in January/early February. Schools are a collaborative...

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I heard a presentation from a KSU Ag Economist this week providing an “outlook” of sorts for 2023. Not surprisingly,...

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In crop productions systems, we typically consider 16 elements essential for growth. Of those, Sulphur (S) is often considered...

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The most common control methods used against Eastern redcedar are typically prescribed fire and cutting below the lowest branches....

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It’s cold and the fireplace has likely been in heavy use the past week. The ash left can be...

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Poultry litter

Manure has long been a source of nutrients in our grain and forage production systems. The predominant products have...

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For the past three years, the K-State Plant Disease Diagnostic Lab, via a Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) Coalition grant,...

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In our most recent District Newsletter (read it at https://www.meadowlark.k-state.edu/news/index.html), there’s an article referencing the focus placed on evaluating...

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On the Agriculture Today podcast from KSU last week, Dr. Gregg Ibendahl revisited the large movements in fertilizer prices...

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Tar Spot

As corn harvest winds down, 2023 planting plans are already taking shape. The end of the growing season added...

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