- 1. June heat in Kansas: High temperatures can stress livestock and corn
- 2. Identifying nutrient deficiency symptoms in soybeans
- 3. New study evaluated different herbicide programs for Palmer amaranth control in post-harvest wheat stubble
- 4. Considerations for weed control following wheat harvest
- 5. Update on drought conditions in Kansas - June 23, 2020
- 6. 2020 Kansas Corn Yield Contest
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