The new 2020 K-State Weed Control Guide is now available online! Don't miss this valuable resource brought to you by K-State Research and Extension. Hard copies will be available soon.
Be ready for the 2020 growing season with these three updated crop management publications from the Department of Agronomy and K-State Research and Extension. These comprehensive guides are written specifically for Kansas and contain valuable agronomic information.
The K-State Chemical Weed Control has been updated for 2021 and is available online. This is one of the most popular extension resources each and every year. Paper copies will be available soon.
The 2021 K-State Corn Management publication is now available online. This publication is a great resource and covers all aspects of corn production in Kansas.
Two soybean publications have been released and are available online. Kansas Soybean Management has been updated for 2021. Also, a new study on the relationship between yield and soybean seed composition is also available.
Weed scientists at K-State have released a revised publication on the different modes of action of herbicides. This in-depth resource describes how herbicides work to control weeds. There are descriptive graphics and full-color photos throughout the text.
K-State Research and Extension has released the latest Kansas Sorghum Management publication. This comprehensive guide is written specifically for Kansas and includes valuable, up-to-date information on many aspects of sorghum production.
Wondering about wheat fungicide recommendations for different diseases? The KSRE publication "Foliar Fungicide Efficacy for Wheat Disease Management" has been updated for 2021. There are many fungicides available in Kansas that provide very good to excellent control of foliar diseases.
K-State Research and Extension just released an updated version of the publication MF924 - Seed Production Management for Smooth Bromegrass and Tall Fescue. This resource describes management practices to produce high yields of seeds from smooth bromegrass and tall fescue fields.
Several K-State Research and Extension publications covering insect control in wheat, alfalfa, soybeans, and grain sorghum have been updated for 2021. Check out this helpful resources when questions arise about insect control in your crop fields.
Sprayer cleaning is a critical component of equipment maintenance and crop protection. Serious crop injury can result from small amounts of herbicides. A recently updated publication is available from KSRE that discusses cleaning field sprayers. Check it out!
A new publication is now available that aims to help producers chose wheat varieties that should perform well for various regions, soil types, weather, production systems, insect and disease pressure, maturity, and to meet the needs of millers and bakers. Learn more in this article.
Wheat Variety Disease and Insect Ratings 2021, from K-State Research and Extension, has now been released for this year. Agronomic characteristics, disease, and pest resistance information is included, as well as profiles that highlight some common or new varieties for Kansas.
One of the most popular K-State Extension publications is here! The 2022 Chemical Weed Control Guide is now available. This publication provides suggestions for chemical weed control in several major crops.
K-State Research and Extension has recently released two updated publications for the 2022 growing season: Kansas Corn Management and Kansas Soybean Management. These comprehensive guides are written specifically for Kansas and offer valuable, up-to-date information.
A newly revised K-State Research and Extension publication, Kansas Grain Sorghum Management 2022, is now available online. This comprehensive guide is written specifically for Kansas and includes valuable, up-to-date information on several grain sorghum management practices.
Several K-State Research and Extension publications related to insect management in Kansas were recently updated and are available online. These publications were prepared to help producers manage insect populations with the best available methods proven practical under Kansas conditions.