- 1. Drought stress taking its toll on Kansas wheat production in 2020
- 2. Forage options for freeze-damaged wheat
- 3. Reports of stripe rust are increasing across Kansas, although incidence remains low
- 4. Dry conditions in early May leads to expansion of drought in Kansas
- 5. Updated wheat fungicide publication for 2020
- 6. UPDATE - Soil temperature and cold injury for corn
- 7. Soil temperature and forecast are critical for successful cotton stand establishment
- 8. Control options for buckbrush, roughleaf dogwood, and smooth sumac
- 9. Ag-Climate Update for April 2020
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