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Agronomy eUpdate K-State Agronomy eUpdates are a weekly newsletter from K-State Research and Extension. Latest Issue, July 22nd, 2021 Subscribe to receive eUpdates ♦ Happy Holidays from K-State's Department of Agronomy! 12/16/11. ♦ Cotton yields in Kansas in 2011 ♦ Earthworm species in Kansas and the U.S. ♦ Comparative Vegetation Condition Report: November 29 - December 12. 12/09/11. ♦ Factors involved in winter survival of canola in Kansas ♦ Management practices to improve canola winter surviva

Agronomy eUpdate. Return to Crops and Livestock Agent Articles. Each week, agronomists from K-State provide an update on crop scouting observations and updates on a variety of timely topics. They recently were talking about the time approaching for wheat fungicides, weed control strategies, and a review of agriculture apps Extension Agronomy eUpdate 07/15/2021 These e-Updates are a regular weekly item from K-State Extension Agronomy and Kathy Gehl, Agronomy eUpdate Editor. All of the Research and Extension faculty in Agronomy will be involved as sources from time to time. If you have any questions or suggestions for topic eUpdate 08/02/2013 These e-Updates are a regular weekly item from K-State Extension Agronomy and Steve Watson, Agronomy e-Update Editor. All of the Research and Extension faculty in Agronomy will be involved as sources from time to time. If you have any questions or suggestions fo If producers want to test their seed for germination at home, it needs to be done correctly to be of value. The following detailed procedure is taken (and slightly modified) from K-State Extension publication AF-82, Seed Germination Test Methods. Place two moistened paper towels (on top of each other) on a flat surface

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K-State Extension Agronomy eUpdate, March 27th Issue. Optimal corn seeding rates can depend on a number of different factors. K-State's Crop Production Specialist, Dr. Ciampitti, discusses those factors and offers guidelines for producers as corn planting time draws closer eUpdate. Agronomy e-Updates are a regular weekly item from K-State Extension Agronomy and Steve Watson, Agronomy eUpdate Editor. All of the Research and Extension faculty in Agronomy will be involved as sources from time to time Weekly Agronomy eUpdates. These e-Updates are a regular weekly item from K-State Extension Agronomy and Steve Watson, Agronomy e-Update Editor. They help provide you with current and timely information to use in your farming business. All of the Research and Extension faculty in Agronomy will be involved as sources from time to time Extension Agronomy eUpdate 02/24/2017 These e-Updates are a regular weekly item from K-State Extension Agronomy and Steve Watson, Agronomy e-Update Editor. All of the Research and Extension faculty in Agronomy will be involved as sources from time to time. If you have any questions or suggestions fo

Thomas County 350 South Range Ave. Suite 16 Colby, KS 67701. 785-460-4582 785-460-4587 fax TH@listserv.ksu.ed Agronomy eUpdate June 17th, 2021 : Issue 860 There are many disease organisms that can result in the reduction of corn yields in Kansas. One of the stealthiest is the root-lesion nematode (RLN) because it operates below ground on the roots and often has no specific, identifiable symptoms other than yield loss Curriculum Vitae of Doohong Min Education: Ph. D. in Agronomy (Forage Production, Management, and Utilization / Manure Nutrient Management), 1998. University of Maryland, College Park, U.S.A. Thesis title: Assessing the Effectiveness of Forage Crops to Utilize Nitrogen from Dairy Manure

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Department of Agronomy. Kansas State University. 2004 Throckmorton PSC. 1712 Claflin Road. Manhattan, KS 66506-0110. Ph: +1-785-532-6101 From K-State Agronomy eUpdate (3/4/2011)--Phil Stahlman, Weed Scientist, KSU Agricultural Research Center-Hays stahlman@ksu.edu--Brian Olson, Northwest Area Crops and Soils Specialist bolson@ksu.edu--Curtis Thompson, Weed Management Specialist cthompso@ksu.ed Extension Agronomy eUpdate 07/15/2021 These e-Updates are a regular weekly item from K-State Extension Agronomy and Kathy Gehl, Agronomy eUpdate Editor. All of the Research and Extension faculty in Agronomy will be involved as sources from time to time. If you have any questions or suggestions for topic

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