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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...

KU News: KU shows increase in student voter rates, according to national report

From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu Headlines Contact: Kate Kemper, 785-864-0960, [email protected] KU shows increase in student voter rates, according to national report LAWRENCE — According...

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...

A big bulb makes a big flower!

A big bulb makes a big flower! Christmas time is upon us and it’s time to think about gifts. For friends, family, and horticulturists!...

Horticulture 2021 Newsletter No. 47

https://hnr.k-state.edu/extension/info-center/newsletters/index.html Blog Post: http://www.ksuhortnewsletter.org Video of the Week: Succulent Plants for Your Home https://kansashealthyyards.org/all-videos/video/succulent-plants-for-your-home UPCOMING EVENTS Turf Conference The 71st Annual Kansas Turf & Landscape Conference will be held in-person...

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...

Governor Laura Kelly Announces Study Showing Kansas Parks Good for Economy

TOPEKA – Today, Governor Laura Kelly announced a new study by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) and the Center for Economic...
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