The United Sorghum Check off Program launched its first Farm-to-School Curriculum, an agricultural education initiative that aims to integrate the science and production of sorghum, in addition to its nutritional value, into classrooms across the United States.
As we enter July, please take a few minutes to check out the county fairs near you.
In Kansas, we are entering the time window where corn producers should be scouting fields and assessing the need for a foliar fungicide application.
Through the KDOT Division of Aviation’s Kansas Airport Improvement Program, Kinsley’s airport has gotten an update in May 2023.
Head scab is caused by the fungus Fusarium graminearum whose s[pres infect wheat heads and developing kernels, primarily during and after flowering.
"The brown wheat mite, Petrobia latens (Müller), is a common pest of dryland wheat in western Kansas that can be a problem as far east as Manhattan in dry years."
The ideal time for thistle spraying is now.
On Thursday, February 16, 2023, the Tyree Ag team met for a day for team building.
How can you move further down the road on your soil health journey? Here are some ideas.
What added value means to each grower is different
Wishing you the best this holiday season!
AgAirUpdate: America's Aerial Applicators are on Call and ready for Duty to Fulfill Global Demand...
America's aerial applicators - or crop dusters as they are known in older jargon - are primed and ready to support farmers in need of fast, timely and effective applications this growing season.
Rural America gives residents an opportunity to get back to nature and get a breath of fresh air.
Field bindweed has long been one of the most persistent and troublesome weeds for growers throughout the U.S. but especially in the southern Plains region.
Let's see your wheat harvest photos!