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If you haven’t seen them already, it won’t be long until you can feel them underneath you as you...

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With any luck, corn planting will be in full swing by the time you are reading this. If so,...

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One of the more impressive displays at garden centers is their selection of trees. Maybe it’s spurred your tree...

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As I write this – it’s raining… again. So while it’s only the early part of April, the itch...

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Cool season turfgrass species are the norm for most all of our home lawns and athletic fields in northeast...

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January, February, and early March always give us a fertilization window for our cool season forage species. Except for...

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With snow (and ice…) on the ground, it’s tough to think about outdoor spring gardening chores. Things could change...

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The ability to use a prescribed burn as part of our forage management is dictated to a large degree...

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The challenges of managing diseases in corn and soybean production systems are many. Disease identification isn’t always straightforward. Not...

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Some people have really good memories and can easily remember what a particular summer was like 20 years ago....

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According to the 2019 Corn Cost-Return Budget in Northeast Kansas, cash rents comprise approximately 19 percent of the expenses...

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There’s snow on the ground. More snow is on the way. Wind speeds are increasing. That’s the weather report...

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Ever wonder about the losses caused by weeds in soybeans? A 2016 Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) Weed...

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A number of years ago, the K-State Ag Economics Department updated their website to create a one-stop shop for...

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Corn might be considered “king” in many commodity crop discussions, but it could be said that soybeans pay the...

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