- 1. Wheat growth and development this fall in Kansas
- 2. Possible consequences of very cold temperatures to the Kansas wheat crop
- 3. Wheat scab resistance gene found
- 4. Kansas Forage and Grasslands Council annual meeting, December 13, Wichita
- 5. K-State Corn Management Schools scheduled for January 2017
- 6. K-State Soybean Schools scheduled for late January 2017
- 7. K-State Sorghum Schools scheduled for late January and early February 2017
- 8. November weather summary for Kansas: A warm month
- 9. Winter outlook – December 2016 to February 2017
- 10. Wind chill analysis … at your fingertips!
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