Issue 749 May 25th, 2019
- 1. Wet soils and N loss: How much of the applied nitrogen has undergone nitrification?
- 2. Possible causes for white heads in wheat
- 3. Corn planting progress for Kansas and other Corn Belt states
- 4. Can excessive rainfall prematurely kill the wheat crop in parts of Kansas and Oklahoma?
- 5. Effect of delayed planting on corn yield
- 6. Late planting of corn: Hybrid selection and crop insurance considerations
- 7. Update on stripe rust and leaf rust in wheat - Late May 2019
- 8. Update on current and ongoing flooding in Kansas
- 9. K-State wheat plot tours for May 28-31, 2019
- 10. Kansas Composting Operators' School, June 11-12 in Manhattan
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