Pre-emergence, soil-active herbicides applied around the time of planting are an important part of a good weed management program. However, variability in spring weather leads to concerns about both weed control and crop injury.
The 2020 Wheat Quality Tour had to take a virtual path during 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This article summarizes the modified tour and discusses various factors that may have impacted yield potentials across Kansas.
White heads have been appearing in many wheat fields around Kansas. There are many causes of white heads. Here are some of the most common causes and their diagnosis.
Stripe rust continues to be the top disease story for Kansas wheat in 2020. Leaf rust has also made an appearance. What other diseases should you be looking for and are fungicides still an option? Find out more in this article.
According to the latest USDA report, corn planting in Kansas is well over halfway complete for the 2020 season. How does this compare with previous years? What is the outlook moving into the last week of May?
For most of Kansas, May has brought cooler-than-normal temperatures. With summer officially starting in roughly one month, what can we expect in terms of heat and rainfall? Will the drought in parts of KS persist or improve? Read more from the Kansas State Climate Team.
Don't miss the first ever Virtual Wheat Field Day on May 27 and 28! In a twist on the typical wheat field day, KSRE will host a two-part field day live on YouTube. For details on how to participate in this event, check out this article.