What were the most prevalent diseases affecting corn, soybeans, and grain sorghum in Kansas during the 2019 growing season? This article recaps the most active diseases affecting summer row crops and discusses the growing conditions that played the biggest role in their development.
In general, disease pressure was lower than normal for corn, soybeans, and grain sorghum. The dry weather at critical growth periods contributed to lower incidences of yield-limiting diseases. Read more in this article from Extension Plant Pathology.
This article offers a quick highlight reel of the significant weather events that occurred over each month of 2020 for Kansas. Do you remember them all?
Disease pressure on the winter wheat crop in 2020 was lower than average. Read this summary article from K-State Wheat Pathologist Kelsey Andersen Onofre and learn more on the most prevalent wheat diseases last year in Kansas.
This article offers a quick month-by-month glimpse at the significant weather events across Kansas in 2021. Our state saw many low temperature records get broken, abnormally cool summer temperatures, and a later than normal fall freeze to name a few. What else happened in 2021?