Issue 571 May 20th, 2016
- 1. Harvesting options for winter canola
- 2. Effect of delayed planting on corn yield: Planting date by maturity interaction
- 3. Kansas climate basics: Temperatures, precipitation, and extremes 1891-2015
- 4. Soil pH and liming in Kansas: Part 1 -- Basic concepts
- 5. Does corn need additional nitrogen?
- 6. K-State wheat plot tours for May 23-27
- 7. South Central Experiment Field Spring Field Day, May 24
- 8. Southeast Kansas Spring Crops Field Day May 24 in Parsons
- 9. Winter canola featured at K-State field days May 24, 25
- 10. Kansas Wheat Day, Agricultural Research Center-Hays, May 26
- 11. Spring Field Day, May 26, Garden City
- 12. La Niña outlook
- 13. Precipitation in Kansas, May 9-15; and summer outlook
- 14. Comparative Vegetation Condition Report: May 10 - 16
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