- 1. Identifying nutrient deficiency symptoms in soybeans
- 2. June heat in Kansas: High temperatures can stress livestock and corn
- 3. Management options for stressed corn
- 4. Nitrate toxicity in drought-stressed corn
- 5. Plant analysis for testing nutrient levels in corn
- 6. Chinch bug activity is high in Kansas corn and grain sorghum
- 7. Great Plains Grazing to host beef cattle producer conference on June 28-29
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