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There are a number of reasons why plants don’t perform as we expect. Weather is a huge factor. Our...

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Six weeks ago, I was writing about watering drought stressed lawns and trees. Now, we have rapid grass growth...

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Has your turf taken a beating over the past year? If improving your cool season turf is on your...

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It would be an understatement to say that forage producers have had a tough summer. Cold April. Hot May....

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Because spider mites like hot and dry weather, populations continue to wreak havoc on our garden crops. Tomatoes, in...

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Pear rust

Cedar-apple rust is a well known challenge in most of our apple varieties. Lesser known, however, is one of...

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With any luck, you’ve caught one of the showers that has been spotty over the region during the last...

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Damage continues from Green June Beetles and Japanese Beetles, but damage from another beetle has reared its ugly head...

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A couple of aggressively feeding insects have been very prevalent across the district over the last couple of weeks....

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One warm evening a few weeks ago, the side of the garage under my yard light was covered with...

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You’d think in a spring/early summer this dry that fungal diseases wouldn’t be a big issue. It’s true that...

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K-State Research and Extension Horticulture Specialist Ward Upham wrote an article this week entitled: How Healthy Is My Tree?...

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Mulching tomatoes Tomatoes can be finicky. They like even levels of soil moisture, a specific set of temperatures for...

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Bagworms have arrived in portions of Kansas, meaning now is the time to start scouting susceptible species for feeding...

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Ticks

Now that spring has sprung, everything is green and growing in many of our landscapes. It’s been a welcome...

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