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

Is there room for cotton in Kansas…the Wheat State? There certainly is, said Kansas State University water resources engineer Jonathan Aguilar, who is currently studying...

Weed management practices changing for producers

Increased prices and decreased availability of herbicides impact producers MANHATTAN, Kan. – A Kansas State University weed management specialist says increased prices and decreased availability...

Wheat Scoop: Father-son duo from Meade top Kansas entries in the 2021 National Wheat Yield Contest

For audio version, visit kansaswheat.org. Tyler Ediger and his father Darwin are seasoned veterans of the National Wheat Yield Contest, having submitted entries from their...

K-State, local experts plan grazing tour to educate about cover crops

NORTON, Kan. ¬– Kansas State University extension specialists and agents will host a cover crop workshop and livestock grazing tour Monday, Dec. 6. Officials say...

State Conservation Commission Meeting November 21

MANHATTAN, Kansas The State Conservation Commission will hold its regular meeting on Sunday, November 21, 2021, at 2:30 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Hotel,...

Ukrainian leaders visit Kansas

MOUNDRIDGE — Almost two dozen Ukrainian leaders and parliamentarians came to Kansas to learn about water and irrigation. They also wanted to understand crop...

Kansas youth prep for National 4-H Congress

Annual event celebrating 100 years of bringing youth together MANHATTAN, Kan. – More than 40 Kansas youth are gearing up to attend the one-year-delayed 100th...

Farm tax, estate law expert to present free webinar on Nov. 29

K-State’s McEowen to outline ‘foundational truths’ of managing tough decisions MANHATTAN, Kan. – For many farm families, managing taxes and decisions about what happens to...

Research helps to keep holiday meal costs down

Investments in agriculture have paid off at the grocery store, boost local economies MANHATTAN, Kan. -- At a glance, it would seem the work that...

K-State beef expert lauds cool-season grasses, cover crops for grazing

Cover crops allow cattle producers to put weight on cattle, add organic matter to soil MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State University beef systems specialist Jaymelynn...
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