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Wheat Survey
The Wheat Production Group at Kansas State University has joined forces with the Kansas Wheat Commission to learn from wheat producers around Kansas. We are conducting a wheat management survey across several fields around the state so we can analyze (More)
Buckbrush Control
Buckbrush (Symphoricarpos orbiculatus), also known as coralberry, is a native perennial shrub found in the eastern two-thirds of Kansas. The plant grows in open pastures and woodlands. It sends out “runners” and produces a red fruit in the fall. A re (More)
Online Dicamba Training
The Kansas Department of Agriculture has announced that they will be accepting the label required Dicamba specific training online in the State of Kansas starting April 1 for the dicamba products approved for use on Xtend crops. KDA has stipulated (More)
Buck Brush Control
Buckbrush (Symphoricarpos orbiculatus), also known as coralberry, is a native perennial shrub found in the eastern two-thirds of Kansas. The plant grows in open pastures and woodlands. It sends out “runners” and produces a red fruit in the fall. A re (More)
2018 K-State Corn Schools Slated for January
K-State Research and Extension is partnering with Kansas Corn to host three regional K-State Corn Production Management Schools to be held in January in (More)
Training Required for Application of Dicamba Herbicides
As we embark on the 2018 growing season, producers should be aware that dicamba herbicides Engenia, FeXapan, and XtendiMax have been reclassified as Restricted Use Pesticides (RUPs). In order to purchase and apply these herbicides, you must be certif (More)
Chloride as Top Dressing Nutrient for Wheat
Chloride (Cl) is a highly mobile nutrient in soils and topdressing is typically a good time for application, especially in regions with sufficient precipitation or with coarse-textured soils are prone to leaching. One of the main benefits from good C (More)
Sericea Lespedeza Pasture Control
Sericea lespedeza continues to be a major concern on rangeland, pasture, and some CRP acres in Kansas. It is a statewide noxious weed in Kansas and therefore needs to be controlled. Sericea lespedeza has a tremendous seed bank that helps reestablish (More)
Covering Your Acres Now Available Online
Did you miss out on attending the Cover Your Acres winter conference this year? Videos of the presentations given at the 2018 Cover Your Acres Winter Conference are being added to the new “Cover Your Acres” YouTube channel. The first presentation (More)
Harvey County Livestock Association Meeting
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