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As referenced in the cut stump discussion last week (https://www.meadowlark.k-state.edu/news/agent_weekly_columns.html), there are times when we just can’t fit all...

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Even as leaves fade from summer green to fall colors, the job of controlling woody species encroaching on grazing...

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Forage management this time of year is a balancing act: back off grazing and (potentially) give up forage we...

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Soybean harvest will soon be upon us and hours in the combine staring at a yield monitor can provide...

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Soil fertility concerns are one of the most often explored reasons for issues with plant growth and development. Knowing...

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If you regularly plant cover crops, you probably already have a “mix” you like to use based on the...

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There’s a lot going on in grass stands right now: drought stress and approaching dormancy to name a couple....

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Forage stands aren’t traditionally soil tested as intensely as crop fields. Yield monitoring isn’t as precise and return on...

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Fall is a great time for soil testing – providing we get some moisture to allow us to get...

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As hopeful as I am we’ll avoid last fall’s armyworm feeding onslaught, it’s time to again be scouting for...

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Southern rust, corn fungicides A crop can’t ever be “counted on” until it’s in the bin. While with each...

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Over the past month or better, various soybean insects have moved through soybean fields with some just passing through...

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About this time last summer, the first reports of fall armyworms started rolling in. Let’s hope 2022 is a...

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One increasing problem in forages – hay stands in particular – is Hemp dogbane. A perennial, Hemp dogbane grows...

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A tour of Meadowlark Extension District fields last week suggested consistent presence of Gray Leaf Spot (GLS) in scouted...

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