In this video, K-State Research and Extension agronomist Ignacio Ciampitti discusses what goes into producers’ decisions regarding planting an optimal or maximum seeding rate for corn. “In many situations, the […]
Kansas State University wheat disease specialist Kelsey Andersen Onofre said stripe rust and Fusarium head blight continue to be top concerns for Kansas wheat producers. Onofre, who recently gave her […]
Kansas State University farm management economist Gregg Ibendahl said the average price of gasoline and diesel the past five years gives a good indication of when to expect higher and […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
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. […]