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Wheat flag smut detected in Kansas

Wheat flag smut, which can affect yield but does not have human or animal health implications, has been detected in several Kansas counties.

Quick facts, symptoms, life cycle, and management are covered in a new publication, Wheat Flag Smut, by Erick De Wolf.


Student interns spread across the state

Twelve students will work as interns this summer in K-State Research and Extension offices across the state. The interns will assist professionals in planning and implementing educational programming for Kansas residents.

The interns and offices in which they will work are:

  •     Audree Aguilera, Barton County;
  •     Shelby Bargmann, Central Kansas District;
  •     Jordyn Barten, Riley County;
  •     Anna Dillon, Marais des Cygnes District;
  •     Sonia Gonzalez, Ford County;
  •     Rachel Lanter, Atchison County;
  •     Sahyra Lujan, Barton County;
  •     Cheyenne Marrs, Wildcat District;
  •     Colleen O'Connor, McPherson County;
  •     Cambry Schrag, Scott County;
  •     Molly Wessling, Department of Family Studies and Human Services, Kansas State University; and
  •     Brianna Zweimiller, Rawlins County.

For more information, contact Stacey Warner, K-State Research and Extension Operations, 785-532-5790, or swarner@ksu.edu.

New Publications in the KSRE Bookstore

 American Sycamore: Platanaceae, Platanus occidentalis
Kansas 4-H Project Selection Guide
Annual White Grubs in Turf: Home and Horticultural Pests
American Sycamore: Platanaceae,
Platanus occidentalis