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Wheat Scoop: Producers emphasize the critical need for moisture for western Kansas wheat crop

Last week’s rainfall brought much-needed moisture to some Kansas wheat fields but left other producers in the far-western part of the state saying, “rain,...

Storm brewing? Tips for protecting garden plants

K-State horticulture expert urges gardeners to keep eye out for severe weather MANHATTAN, Kan. – There’s a common joke in many parts of the country...

Winter Canola Field Day is May 13 in Kingman County

Attendees can view variety trials including new possibilities, plus learn about latest research MANHATTAN, Kan. -- The latest research, variety, and production information on winter...

Ike’s (Virtual) Book Club

"I believe that the United States as a government, if it is going to be true to its own founding documents, does have the...

Speak Up: Kansas 4-H members tackle national communications course

Youth hone skills in public speaking MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas 4-H members had no problem putting some of their extra stay-at-home time during the COVID-19...

After COVID-19: Sharing experiences helps improve mental health

K-State professor says each individual has their own ‘facts’ related to pandemic MANHATTAN, Kan. – Americans are cautiously approaching this summer with hopes that the...

Growing Beans in the Home Garden

Types of Garden Beans Bean plants come in two habits: bush or pole. Bush beans remain compact and shrubby, making them good candidates for raised beds,...

K-State researchers report shattercane resistance in grain sorghum 

Studies show as much as five-fold resistant shattercane in northwest          Kansas fields HAYS, Kan. – Kansas State University researchers are reporting...

K-State Crops Team Completes Successful Spring Season

After a halt to judging contests in 2020, K-State continues its win streak MANHATTAN, Kan. – Seniors Luke Ryan and Blake Kirchhoff posted a 1-2...

Better Kansas

In this week’s Better Kansas, we take a look at how trails can lead to economic development, foods that fight inflammation, sweet potato bread,...

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