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Wheat Scoop: David Radenberg Memorial Scholarship Awarded

For audio version, visit kswheat.com. ​Each generation in a long-time farming family adapts to the challenges and opportunities of their time. Growing up on his...

USDA statistics service cancels some agriculture reports, and lawmakers push for return

Anna Pope Harvest Public Media The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service recently announced it is discontinuing a few market surveys due to budget...

Wheat Scoop: Putting Kernels to the Test

Contact: Marsha Boswell, [email protected] For audio version, visit kswheat.com. ​K-State Wheat Quality Lab boosts milling and baking quality of up-and-coming varieties 1,000 grams at a time.   The...

Wheat Tour 2024, Day 3 Final Report

Contact: Marsha Boswell, [email protected] For audio version, visit kswheat.com. The 2024 Wheat Quality Council’s Hard Winter Wheat Tour across Kansas wrapped up on May 16. During...

Wheat Tour 2024, Day 2

Contact: Marsha Boswell, [email protected] For audio version, visit kswheat.com. On Wednesday, 69 people on the Wheat Quality Council’s 2024 winter wheat tour made their way from...

Wheat Tour 2024, Day 1

Wheat Tour 2024, Day 1 Marsha Boswell, Kansas Wheat<[email protected]> ​ [email protected] ​ Contact: Marsha Boswell, [email protected] For audio version, visit kswheat.com. Participants on the northern routes of this year’s Hard Winter...

After spotty April rains, Kansas wheat still has the blues 

Conditions can change quickly in the wheat fields of Kansas. Rewind to the white Christmas of 2023 when Saline County posted 1.53 inches of moisture...

Wheat tour pegs Kansas production at 290.4 million bushels

The latest edition of the Wheat Quality Council’s Hard Red Winter Wheat tour gave nearly 70 people from all aspects of the industry an...

Wheat Scoop: K-State recommends scouting and addressing stripe rust to prevent loss of yield and quality

For audio version, visit kswheat.com. The appearance of stripe rust adds insult to injury to this year’s wheat crop, but Kansas growers should scout fields...

Wheat Scoop: Wheat Crop Deteriorates Due to Lack of Moisture

Contact: Marsha Boswell, [email protected] For audio version, visit kswheat.com. April showers bring May flowers, but an April without showers brings disappointment to a wheat crop that...
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