Wheat: K-State Researchers Uncover New Clues for Improving Production Mar 7, 2022

    🕔Mar 7, 2022
    Kansas State University researchers continue to unlock the complexity of the wheat genome, recently publishing findings of a study that characterized numerous genes duplicated thousands of years ago to understand […]

    Kansas Wheat: Look Out for Army Cutworms, Grain Mites, Hessian Fly Feb 17, 2022

    🕔Feb 17, 2022
    A trio of pests could make early spring difficult for wheat and alfalfa growers in Kansas. But until wheat begins to break its winter dormancy, Kansas State University crop entomologist […]

    K-State, Deere Team on Remote Sensing Study to Improve Grain Protein Feb 15, 2022

    🕔Feb 15, 2022
    Researchers at Kansas State University and one of the world’s largest manufacturers of agricultural machinery are reporting findings of a project that they say could “fundamentally change” the way farmers […]

    On-Farm Research, Digital Tech Help Develop Practices Specific to Farmers’ Operations Feb 10, 2022

    🕔Feb 10, 2022
    In a world of science and innovation, Terry Griffin thinks that – sometimes – taking a step back is a good thing. It’s the message he’s getting from some farmers, […]

    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: 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 […]

    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.

    Kansas: Cotton May Have a Place in Drier Areas Nov 22, 2021

    🕔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 […]

    Webinar: Farm and Ranch Estate, Income Tax Planning – Nov. 29 Nov 16, 2021

    🕔Nov 16, 2021
    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: Researchers Study Benefits, Risks of Carbon Credits Sep 20, 2021

    🕔Sep 20, 2021
    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 […]


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