- 1. Corn planting in Kansas: Current and predicted soil moisture and temperatures
- 2. Everest remains most widely planted wheat variety in Kansas
- 3. Using new Kansas Mesonet tool to scout with confidence - alfalfa weevil
- 4. "Management Following Wildfire": Newly revised K-State publication
- 5. Comparative Vegetation Condition Report: March 21 - 27
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