K-State Field Research Reports for 2023 are now available online

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Kansas State University conducts research in nearly all areas of agricultural production. The Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station (KAES) Research Reports are the published preliminary results of individual research projects. These reports allow researchers to disseminate their work rapidly to Kansas producers, agricultural industries, and other researchers.

2023 Field Research

The KAES field reports include preliminary results of research conducted on production and management practices for crops in Kansas. These studies are conducted across the state, varying year-to-year. This report includes research project summaries on winter canola, corn, grain sorghum, tillage management, soybeans, weather station reports, weed management, and winter wheat.

To access the Field Research Report, you can scan the QR code below with a cell phone or tablet or by using this link: https://newprairiepress.org/kaesrr/vol9/iss4/




Eric Adee, Field Report Coordinator

Dorivar Ruiz Diaz, Extension Agronomy State Leader

Amanda Tomlinson, Editor – Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station
Twitter: @KStateAgRsch

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