Soybeans may be showing signs of chlorosis or other leaf discoloration in all or parts of your fields.
In less than two months, on August 3, 2021, a milestone will be reached for ag aviation.
"Cotton supports the overall sustainability goals in terms of environmental, social and economic components and is a responsible and important part of the overall sustainability conversation."
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Several K-State Research and Extension publications related to insect management in Kansas were recently updated and are available to the public.
Planting is wrapping up, and now it is time to think about maintaining that crop. Scott Schirmer, state plant regulatory official at the Illinois Department of Agriculture, shares how scouting fields for insects is an important management practice.
Rust diseases are among the most widespread and economically important diseases in the wheat crop.
Tyree Ag, Inc. is proud to offer an annual scholarship to a graduating high school senior at Kinsley High School in honor of Dean Stegman and his fifteen years of service to our company.
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For the week ending November 10, 2020, statewide precipitation averaged 0.34 inches, 87 percent of normal.
With a big cool down in temperature and no rain in the forecast, wheat planting is off to the races.
Cropland can be quite susceptible to wind erosion under some conditions.
Growing up on a farm, I noticed that my had always been interested in conservation. He installed terraces, grass waterways and ponds on our Iowa hills and practiced crop rotation. It was my first glimpse of learning about leaving the land better than you started with.
Soils in portions of western and central Kansas have become steadily drier through the late summer and early fall. Topsoil conditions are now very dry in many areas of Kansas. For wheat yet to be planted in these areas, producers are left with a few options.