Issue 745 May 3rd, 2019
- 1. Soybean seeding rates and optimum plant populations
- 2. 2019 Kansas Wheat Crop Conditions: A report following the Wheat Quality Tour
- 3. Is there any value to starter fertilizer on soybeans?
- 4. Management strategies to minimize iron chlorosis in soybeans
- 5. What factors affect successful soybean inoculation and nodulation?
- 6. Inoculation of soybeans: A good insurance policy
- 7. Risk of Fusarium head blight suggests potential problems in southeast Kansas
- 8. Decision time on foliar fungicides for wheat producers in southern Kansas
- 9. Kansas Mesonet launches cattle comfort tool
- 10. Kansas Composting Operators' School, June 11-12 in Manhattan
- 11. Pesticide recordkeeping survey - Applicator feedback requested
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