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 […]
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 […]
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.
Kansas: Cotton May Have a Place in Drier Areas Nov 22, 2021
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 the best ways to grow […]
For many farm families, managing taxes and decisions about what happens to the farm after they leave the business can be very difficult. Ever-changing laws and regulations make it even […]
Kansas State University researchers have completed a study that looks at the potential value of carbon credits – and whether it’s an opportunity for farmers in Kansas to earn some […]
Studies show as much as five-fold resistant shattercane in northwest Kansas sorghum fields.
Kansas State University agricultural economists have found that the growth of ethanol plants in the state over the past 20 years has had an impact on irrigation and land values. […]
Satellites, yield monitors and numerous other technologies have given farmers massive amounts of information about how crops perform on their land. The challenge they often find, however, is how to […]
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 […]