Palmer amaranth resistance to 2,4-D and dicamba confirmed in Kansas
K-State Sulfur Publication: Sulfur in Kansas - Plant, Soil and Fertilizer Considerations
Researching rotations: Continuous corn, continuous sorghum, corn-sorghum, corn-wheat with 10 inches/year at K-State Research Station in Tribune, KS
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Do you need dicamba training?
K-State is not offering training this winter, but you can get training here:
Industrial Hemp Resources
Stalk Rots of Corn and Sorghum
Kochia accessions with cross-resistance to dicamba and
fluroxypyr identified in western Kansas
Fall Freeze Damage in Summer Grain Crops
Harvesting Grain from Freeze-damaged Sorghum
Corn Grain Dry Down in Field From Maturity to Harvest
Grain Sorghum and Early Freeze
Could nematodes be in your field?
Need more info on redrilling wheat?
Coleoptile Length Chart
Wheat Streak Mosaic
Starter Fertilizers for Wheat
Wheat Streak Mosaic can be economically devastating.
Wheat Variety Disease and Insect Ratings 2018
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Hail....did you get some?
Are weeds taking over your wheat stubble?
Wheat plot results are in!
It's time to start scouting for Western Bean Cutworms in corn!
Goss's Bacterial Wilt and Leaf Blight of Corn
Did you get hail?
Here's a quick reference for estimating your wheat yields!
Outlook for Stripe Rust in Wheat from Erick DeWolf
Alternative Cropping Systems with Limited Irrigation
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Kansas Agricultural Mediation Services is here to assist you with your agricultural questions.
We have been providing Kansas producers with legal, financial and mediation services for over 25 years.
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What you need to know about kochia control!
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Do you have questions about wheat coleoptile lengths?
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Are you seeing this in your fields?
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Tissue sampling your corn?
K-State Mesonet for calculating growing degree days for your area