- 1. Long-time soil fertility specialist and former agronomy head to retire in June
- 2. Is there any value to starter fertilizer on soybeans?
- 3. Double crop options after wheat
- 4. Kansas climate basics: Part 2 -- Temperature trends 1895-2015
- 5. Soil pH and Liming in KS: Part 2 -- Is my soil acid and how much lime is needed?
- 6. Purple color in corn seedlings: Cause for concern?
- 7. Nitrogen loss potential in wet soils
- 8. Slow planting and emergence progress for summer row crops
- 9. K-State wheat plot tours for May 31 - June 3
- 10. Wheat plot tour scheduled at North Central Experiment Field, June 1
- 11. K-State field pea plot tours, June 6 and 17
- 12. Dryland Ag Day, June 15, Tribune
- 13. Comparative Vegetation Condition Report: May 17 - 23
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