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 […]

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 […]

Midwest Corn, Soybean Growers Urged to Participate in Weed Management Survey Nov 2, 2021

🕔Nov 2, 2021
A Kansas State University weed ecologist is encouraging the state’s producers to participate in a survey that she says will help with targeted weed control management strategies in the future. […]

Corn: Reducing Environmental Footprint Can Save Money – Video Sep 17, 2021

🕔Sep 17, 2021
In this video, Kansas State University soil microbiologist Chuck Rice explains how producers can save money by reducing nitrous oxide emissions from corn. K-State researchers are studying the application of […]

Corn: Older Hybrids Help Breeders Develop Better Crops – Video Aug 20, 2021

🕔Aug 20, 2021
K-State Research and Extension cropping systems specialist Ignacio Ciampitti explains what researchers can learn from past corn hybrids when breeding better hybrids in the future. Ciampitti says the lessons learned […]

Ag Study: Rising Nighttime Temps Rob Yields in Rice, Wheat Jun 28, 2021

🕔Jun 28, 2021
Warmer nights can upset a good night’s sleep for humans, but could the biological processes of farm crops be fussy about nighttime temperatures, too? Researchers at Kansas State University and […]

Kansas: Finances and the Farm- An Online Class to Enhance Farm Management Skills Jan 7, 2021

Members of the 27th Master Marketer training will be graduating in Amarillo on March 3. The Master Marketer program is celebrating its 20th anniversary. (Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service photo by Kay Ledbetter)
🕔Jan 7, 2021
Kansas State University has launched a new self-paced online course, Finances and the Farm, now available to Kansans and others. “It is important, especially during these challenging times, to be […]

Wheat: K-State Scientists Earn 2020 Gene Stewardship Award Oct 19, 2020

🕔Oct 19, 2020
Two U.S. Department of Agriculture scientists working on the Kansas State University campus are part of a national team that has earned praise for its pioneering work in building sturdy […]

Ag Economy: Farmers Increasingly Turn to Non-Traditional Lenders – Podcast Sep 1, 2020

🕔Sep 1, 2020
A Kansas State University agricultural economist says that non-traditional lenders are becoming a bigger part of doing business in farm country. Jenny Ifft spoke recently at the Risk and Profit […]

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