- 1. Make sure all interested parties are getting our eUpdate!
- 2. Drought-tolerant corn hybrids: Yield benefits
- 3. Planting conditions as of late March
- 4. Managing freeze-damaged alfalfa
- 5. Could bird cherry-oat aphids be a problem on wheat this spring?
- 6. Agricultural Mobile Apps: A review and update of machinery apps
- 7. Ultra-high density grazing is topic of March 29 webinar
- 8. K-State Sorghum School set for March 31 in Phillipsburg
- 9. Vegetative activity in southwest Kansas reduced by recent hard freezes
- 10. Comparative Vegetation Condition Report: March 15 - 21
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