Sorghum: Study Seeks to Boost Crop’s Appeal in Biofuels Market Jan 20, 2022

🕔Jan 20, 2022
Kansas State University researchers have begun a study they hope will help them better understand the carbon footprint and ultimately the farm-level carbon intensity of grain sorghum, a measure that […]

Kansas: Ag Economists Predict Fluctuating Income Between 2021-22 Jan 19, 2022

🕔Jan 19, 2022
When making personal or business decisions, it is important to be as informed as possible about the expected costs for the year ahead and sometimes that involves consulting with an […]

Kansas: Cover Your Acres Winter Conference, Oberlin, Jan. 18-19 Jan 12, 2022

🕔Jan 12, 2022
The 19th annual Cover Your Acres winter conference will take place on Jan. 18-19 at the Gateway Civic Center in Oberlin. Lucas Haag, an agronomist with K-State Research and Extension’s Northwest Research-Extension […]

Kansas Fires Leave Ash, Pain at Ranches – DTN Dec 24, 2021

🕔Dec 24, 2021
It was too late to escape, so Jim Rathbun, 84 years old, didn’t run from the fire. He hid from it. He’d been in his home, just south of Natoma, […]

Kansas: Farm Analyst Program Helps Producers Make Financial Decisions Dec 24, 2021

🕔Dec 24, 2021
Kansas State University farm analyst LaVell Winsor is hailing a program in the Department of Agricultural Economics that has a long history of helping farm families review their finances and […]

Kansas Wheat Worries Pile Up – DTN Dec 22, 2021

🕔Dec 22, 2021
All Alex Millershaski wants for Christmas is some rain to give his wheat crop a fighting chance. The winds that blew through the Kansas wheat belt last week scarified the […]

Herbicide Resistance: Researchers Look to Destroy Weed Seed During Harvest Dec 21, 2021

🕔Dec 21, 2021
A Kansas State University researcher in western Kansas says he may have an innovative way to kill weeds commonly found in farmer’s fields: simply put, he wants to crush ‘em.

Soybeans: Researchers Uncover Ways to Combat Sudden Death Syndrome Dec 16, 2021

🕔Dec 16, 2021
A Kansas State University plant pathologist says researchers and producers need to work together to control a soilborne disease in soybeans that can rob that crop of yields. “Sudden death […]

Weed Management: Dealing with Increased Prices, Decreased Availability of Herbicides Nov 30, 2021

🕔Nov 30, 2021
K-State weed management specialist Sarah Lancaster says producers may need to find alternate ways to control weeds in their fields if expected shortages of herbicides continue past 2022.

Pest Management: Robotic Vehicles Could Stop Localized Infestations Nov 24, 2021

🕔Nov 24, 2021
Autonomous pest control vehicles could become a valuable asset to farmers in the future as they create an opportunity for new intelligence and a way of managing pests in crop […]

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