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Autonomous pest control to benefit farmers economically, environmentally

K-State researcher says robotic vehicles could stop a localized infestation before it spreads MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Autonomous pest control vehicles could become a valuable asset...

Kansas Profile – Now That’s Rural: Roxie Yonkey, 100 Things to Do in Kansas

“Is there anything to do in Kansas?” “Oh, yes. There are a HUNDRED things to do in Kansas!” If you don’t believe me, take the word...

4-H Holiday Guide contains many fun and educational activities for the season

Find great ways to spend quality time with family, says K-State's Hinshaw By Taylor Jamison, K-State Research and Extension news writer MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas 4-H...

Cattle Chat: Crop residues as a grazing resource

Corn and milo stubble can offer short-term nutrition for grazing cattle MANHATTAN, Kan. — Later this week, many people will be repurposing their abundant Thanksgiving...

K-State researchers seeking best ways to grow cotton in Kansas

Crop may have a place in areas where water is less available MANHATTAN, Kan. – Is there room for cotton in Kansas…the Wheat State? There certainly...

Free training for Kansas produce growers set for early 2022

Workshops can help growers meet federal requirements MANHATTAN, Kan. – A series of online and in-person workshops scheduled for early 2022 will help Kansas growers...

USDA Invests $222 Million in Rural Community Infrastructure to Help People in 44 States, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands and Puerto Rico

Projects Include $132 Million for Rural Health Care, Food Security and Emergency Response Services WILLARD, Mo., Nov. 19, 2021 – United States Department of Agriculture...

KDA Offers Reimbursement to Specialty Crop Growers

For more information: Heather Lansdowne 785-564-6706 [email protected] MANHATTAN, Kansas The Kansas Department of Agriculture has funds available for reimbursement to Kansas specialty crop growers who attend an educational...

Wet weather part of the harvest trail

As reported in the High Plains journal, wet weather has delayed the corn harvest for Craig Huxtable, but past experience has taught him to...

Should we consider veterinary services part of rural infrastructure?

As reported in the High Plains Journal. In rural areas, when the word infrastructure is thrown out, things like buildings, roads or power supplies...
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