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If you were to look at a corn and soybean field side by side, there wouldn’t be any doubt...

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While it often flies under the radar as an invasive species, Asian bush honeysuckle has become a big nuisance...

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While the 2018 Farm Bill won’t be a great deal different than the last bill we worked with in...

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When you look out the window in early November and see snow, it makes you think a bit about...

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If 2019 showed us anything, it’s that a season can be even more unpredictable than we ever could have...

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This past week’s cold weather was the last straw for most tree leaves, I’m afraid. That means they are...

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While weather has a lot to do with what works from year to year when it comes to field...

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A few weeks ago, I outlined some soil testing procedures that you might want to consider if you are...

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The most recent Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service rental rate surveys were published Sept. 10. They are now available online...

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A good fertility program has a lot to do with a knowledge of a plant’s requirements for growth balanced...

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With any luck, the content of this column won’t have any application to this fall harvest season. Maybe we’ll...

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Drastically different conditions defined the summers of 2018 and 2019. What remains constant from fall to fall, however, is...

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Harvest safety

Harvest time. That time of the year when we get to see the fruits of our labor in the...

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The 2019 Agronomy Fall Field Day will be in Manhattan this year on Friday, Sept. 20. Building Resiliency in...

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KSU Plant Pathologist Doug Jardine recently continued his summer “field tours” and has started to pass on an increasing...

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