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If you look at the Kansas State University Farm Management budgets, the portion devoted to weed control comes in...

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One of the quickest ways to reduce the enjoyment level of your pond is to let it get covered...

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As hay harvest winds down and we change focus, grass regrowth might be a low priority. That could be...

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It’s been a good summer for insect pressure. Even as Japanese beetles and bagworms continue to cause issues, another...

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They have returned — Japanese beetles. Feeding on more than 300 species of plants, they are one of the...

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If you haven’t started already, now is the time to scout for tomato leaf spot diseases. We typically see...

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The presence of grub pressure in many turfgrass stands is more prevalent than we’d like to admit. If pressure...

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No gardener has much tolerance for them: squash bugs. You know the ones — grey, hard, shield-shaped back. They’re...

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There are many characteristics of sericea lespedeza that allow it to thrive in grasslands. It’s ability to produce a...

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Arguably the most important nutrient in corn production is nitrogen (N). If not the most important, it certainly is...

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While contrasting in their appearance, buckbrush and roughleaf dogwood are two of the more common brush species in our...

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Cool, wet weather has reared its ugly head, resulting in our first reports of anthracnose fungal disease on shade...

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They don’t start out as much to look at, but cedar-apple rust galls are certainly showy right now. That...

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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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