- 1. Another round of cold weather brings a risk of freeze injury to Kansas wheat
- 2. Time to start scouting wheat for stripe and leaf rust
- 3. Cold soils can lead to chilling injury for newly planted corn
- 4. Nitrogen loss potential during the winter and early spring
- 5. Key nutrients for soybean production in Kansas
- 6. Herbicide applications and cold temperatures
- 7. Spring freeze effects on winter canola
- 8. Insect update on alfalfa weevils and pea aphids - April 17, 2020
- 9. K-State's Soil Testing Lab and Plant Disease Diagnostic Lab are OPEN!
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