After a national search, the next department head for K-State's Agronomy department has been chosen. Dr. Raj Khosla will begin his tenure as head of the department in January 2021.
When crop fields appear variable, producers often wonder if the variability is related to nutrient status. Plant analysis can be an excellent tool for monitoring nutrient levels or diagnosing problems. Learn more in this article.
The Kansas State University Crop Performance Tests were conducted in replicated research fields throughout the state.This report summarizes winter wheat production (hard-red and soft-red varieties) for Parsons, Kansas.
Post-wheat planted cover crops may offer a longer and more flexible grazing period than spring-planted cover crops within wheat-based dryland cropping systems. Read more in a new publication from researchers at K-State and Colorado State University.