K-State Research and Extension News
Monday, July 27, 2015

Showy, elegant, and easy are terms that describe bearded iris flowers, and because they grow so well in the heartland, it’s a good idea to divide them every few years, according to Kansas State University horticulturist, Ward Upham.

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Soils Are Living, 2015 International Year of Soils

News Release

K-State's Tim Todd talks about nematodes as part of the 2015 International Year of Soils and July's theme, Soils are Living.

Wheat Disease Due To High Moisture

K-State wheat disease specialist, Erick DeWolf, reports on two late-arriving disease issues in Kansas winter wheat, and what, if anything can be done about them.

STEC-CAP Conference

The director of a $25-million USDA project seeking answers to e-coli bacteria in cattle and beef production, University of Nebraska veterinarian, Rodney Moxley, talks about the advances made in this beef safety quest so far.

Released: July 22, 2015
Released: July 22, 2015


K-State Radio Network

Agriculture Today Radio Program 
July 27: Jim Robb, Bob Gillen and Jake Worcester

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Good Communication at Farm Succession

Part two of a three-part series, Charlotte Shoup Olson, K-State Research and Extension family system specialist, explains the importance of having open communications among family members during a farm succession.

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