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Ag News Headlines
  • Pre-Plant Wheat School Aug. 6
  • Hay situation good in east, southeast, iffy in others
  • Kansas idea feeds 3 billion
  • Control honey locust trees in no-till crop fields
  • Drought and poor wheat harvest in Kansas has effects on national economy
  • Climate change provides good growing conditions for charcoal rot in soybeans
  • Momentum remains strong for U.S. pork, beef exports
  • USDA continues farm bill implementation with provisions to help farmers manage risk
  • Ethanol sector wages outpace other Nebraska industries
  • Conservation helps rare butterfly
  • Quarter-scale tractor teams score high at international competition
  • Canola showcased at College Station field day
  • The next-to-last place any farmer should visit is here
  • Brownback pushes back on "federal overreach"


  • News

    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]

    ASTA elects new leadership to move seed industry forward

    The American Seed Trade Association elected and installed the 2014-2015 officer team during last week’s annual convention in Indianapolis, Indiana. The officers share c [Read More]

    Kansas idea feeds 3 billion

    By Jordan Hildebrand Kansans are, by nature, generous people. From holding soup supper fundraisers for community members to the “small town wave” you see while driving down Main Street, Kansans are always willing to lend a h [Read More]

    Eastern Kansas grazing school to be held in Blaine

    The annual Eastern Kansas Grazing School will be September 10 and 11, at the St. Columbkille Church Hall, 13305 Highway 16, in Blaine, Kansas, and at area farms. The two-day schoo [Read More]

    Wheat U set for Aug. 5 in Wichita

    High Plains Journal and Bayer Crop Science announce that the annual Bayer Profit Maximizer Wheat Summit has evolved into a new event—Wheat U. Wheat U is a farmer-focused one-day conference that will concentrate on [Read More]

    Use worms to help with organic composting

    One of the emerging trends in agriculture right now is organic farming. What makes this style of farming popular is the lack of chemical use for fertilization or pest control. Instead of using a man [Read More]

    Corn earworm appearing in state

    Many late-planted and double-crop soybean fields in Missouri are at risk of damage from corn earworm, also known as soybean podworm, said University of Missouri Extension entomologist Wayne Bailey. Scout fields now bec [Read More]

    Nine local schools awarded $38,000 for Kansas Agriculture Skills & Competencies Certificates

    The Kansas Agriculture Skills & Competencies Certificate, awarded by the Kansas Department of Ag [Read More]

    Pre-Plant Wheat School Aug. 6

    Wheat growers make many essential decisions every year in managing their operations. To assist with those decisions, K-State Research and Extension-Finney Office, is offering an in-depth Pre-Plant Wheat School that will be [Read More]

    Purple reign: A splash of lavender in the heartland

    By Doug Rich Lavender was not their first choice, but it turned out to be the best choice for Jack and Kathy Wilson. They started the Washington Creek Lavender farm in 2005 afte [Read More]


    Additional Headlines

    June grass growth doubles May's low hay production

    Black gold pumps green into economy

    Ethanol sector wages outpace other Nebraska industries

    USDA to invest in Red River Basin conservation effort

    Climate change provides good growing conditions for charcoal rot in soybeans

    K-State Research and Extension to host statewide events

    Managing phosphorus in pastures means saving fish, other water inhabitants

    Nebraska Manure Demonstration Day July 29 at Lexington

    Soils workshop set for Columbia, Aug. 13-14

    K-State Field Day to celebrate 25 years of subsurface drip irrigation research

    Farm marketing meeting set Aug. 7 at Prairie Band Casino

    Drought and poor wheat harvest in Kansas has effects on national economy

    Former WSU MBA director to lead Sedgwick County Extension Center

    Funding from USDA-NRCS available to assist with storm-damaged crops

    Control honey locust trees in no-till crop fields

    Grant-funded webcast tackles fungicide resistance in corn and soybean

    USDA announces results of soy checkoff request for referendum vote

    Sugarcane aphids found early in northeast Texas sorghum fields

    Scientists complete chromosome-based draft of the wheat genome

    Z Crew: Sitting, sitting and more sitting

    Misener Family Harvesters: Home for harvest

    Hoffman Harvesting: Where's the sun?

    Low levels of insects popping up in crop fields

    Osowski Ag Services: Life in 'Sainty' was worth it

    Roland Harvesting: A little bit of family fun

    China makes its largest weekly purchase of U.S. sorghum

    To conserve water, look to drip

    Hay situation good in east, southeast, iffy in others

    K-State announces new agricultural economics department head

    Two-day Farm Transition Workshop to take place in Stillwater

     






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