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Current Kansas Performance Tests
Corn | Soybeans | Grain Sorghum | Winter Wheat


Also see: Sorghum and Millet Innovation Lab

Publications in the KSRE Bookstore

Study: How to Preserve the Ogallala

Civil engineer Dave Steward details K-State research that helps shed light on how to extend the precious Ogallala Aquifer.
Watch the video
 

New Development May Help Producers Guard Against Crippling Swine Disease

Veterinarian Steve Dritz (pictured) says K-State researchers are looking at how this can help Kansas producers protect their herds.
PEDv Dritz
See the interview


 

Can we Really Feed 9 Billion People?

Sonny RamaswamySonny Ramaswamy (right), the Director of the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, says yes, but it's going to take a team effort. He stopped by Kansas State University recently to talk about this issue.
 
Watch the interview

Kansas' Newest Master Farmers, Farm Homemakers Announced

MFFHCampbell
Carrol and Jeanie Campbell, Winfield
MFFHDoyle
Lee and Pamela Doyle, Holton
MFFHFritzmeier
Randy and Kim Fritzemeier, Stafford
MFFHGalle
Neal and Clare Galle, Moundridge
MFFHKnox
Phillip and Sharron Knox, Brewster
MFFHSylvester
Russ and Sandra Sylvester, Ottawa
Read the full story on this year's honorees
 

- Kansas State University, 1863-2013 -

Miles McKee,  Museum of Wonder

In this video, Emeritus Professor Miles McKee takes John Floros, Dean of the College of Agriculture, on a short tour of items that highlight the history of the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry.

 

ALSO: Gerry Posler and John Floros look over artifacts from agronomy

 

Current Insect Management Guides
Sorghum | Soybeans | Wheat | Alfalfa | Corn | Sunflower | Cotton

 
NEW: 
2014 Chemical Weed Control for Field Crops, Pastures, Rangeland, and Noncropland

 

IN THE NEWS: New K-State Wheat Variety is called '1863'
Variety celebrates university's 150th anniversary. Researchers say it will fight stripe rust, and be a great baking quality wheat.  

 

K-State Researchers Improve Health of Ground Beef

Jim Drouillard (left) and team find that feeding flaxseed improves health of humans and cattle

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
More...

icons>Crop Insects of Kansas, SmallK-State's Beef Cattle Institute has released a series of online videos as part of the Beef Quality Assurance Program. See the videos and get more information on the Website, called Animal Care Training. The site also provides online training for dairy and equine producers.

 

Below, find some great sources for staying updated on Kansas farm and horticultural crops:

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