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Yard and garden: Strawberry care

Harvest strawberries when the fruit are uniformly red Few can resist the allure of fresh strawberries — they’re an early summer treat for many. Luckily,...

Tomato Leaf-Spot Diseases

Septoria Leaf Spot appears initially as small, water-soaked spots on the lower leaves. The centers of the spots turn light tan or gray while the...

Hornworms on Tomatoes

Description: The larval stage is a 3 ½ to 4-inch long pale, green caterpillar. There are five pairs of prolegs and a horn on...

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AGCO moving some lines to Mexico

AGCO announced in a meeting on Wednesday that they are moving the Small Square Baler, Windrower Header, and Round Baler Lines to Mexico. It is...

Cracking the mystery on chicken eggs

Discover why chickens lay different colors, shapes and shades. As we enter summer and more people are looking at raising backyard chickens, they may be...

Central Kansas Local Food Safety & Security Farm Tour Set for June 24 in Salina Area

Kansas Farmers Union & Kansas Wesleyan University's Community Resilience Hub invite the public to join us for the Central Kansas Local Food Safety & Security Farm Tour on...

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Keeping mosquitoes in check

Jacob Klaudt K-State Research and Extension news service Recent warming temperatures and wet weather patterns have created ideal conditions for mosquitoes, said Kansas State University entomologist Raymond Cloyd. “There are a lot...

Boat safe this summer with these top tips

With the kickoff to summer rapidly approaching, Nebraska Game and Parks reminds boaters to brush up on safety rules in preparation for peak boating...

Monarch butterflies just took a big hit. Midwesterners may see few of them this year

Celia Llopis-Jepsen Kansas New Service Butterfly enthusiasts in the eastern half of North America will have to look harder this spring and summer to spot the...

Topeka Angler Sets New Kansas Record for Crappie

Topeka resident, Bobby Parkhurst, was fishing at Pottawatomie State Fishing Lake No. 2 when the catch-of-a-lifetime came into contact with his lure. Little did...

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