Canola showcased at College Station field day
Canola field varieties were in full bloom amidst a backdrop of sunny skies and breezy conditions at the recent Texas A&M University field laboratory near College Station.
“Our trials look b[Read More]
Ethanol sector wages outpace other Nebraska industries
Over the last decade, wages earned in Nebraska’s ethanol production sector outpaced all other manufacturing groups in state, according to the Nebraska Department of Labor’s[Read More]
Soils workshop set for Columbia, Aug. 13-14
“Rebuilding Soils for a Changing Climate” is the theme of the Aug. 13-14 Soil Health Exposition at the University of Missouri Bradford Research Center.
MU’s College of Agriculture, Food and Nat[Read More]
K-State Field Day to celebrate 25 years of subsurface drip irrigation research
Through drought and wind, hail and rain, for 25 years Kansas State University researchers have studied subsurface drip irrig[Read More]
Drought and poor wheat harvest in Kansas has effects on national economy
The Kansas wheat harvest may be one of the worst on record—and the loss doesn’t just hurt Kansas, according to a Kansas State University[Read More]