- 1. Biomass production and nutrient uptake of drought-damaged corn
- 2. Nitrate toxicity in drought-stressed corn and sorghum
- 3. Wheat streak mosaic virus: Problematic in central Kansas for the second year in a row
- 4. Critical timing in Kansas: High temperatures and corn development
- 5. First report of southern rust in Kansas
- 6. Large numbers of fall armyworm in Texas, moths appearing in southern Kansas
- 7. Be on the lookout for the soybean gall midge
- 8. EPA seeking public comment on atrazine re-registration review decision
- 9. K-State North Central Experiment Field Fall Field Day, August 16
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