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UPDATES ON THE KANSAS SMOKE MANAGEMENT PLAN
Radio series produced by the K-State Radio Network (2013)
Jason Hartman, Fire Management Specialist, on the formation and advantages of prescribed burning associations (Apr. 17)
Rod Winkler, Farm Service Agency, on burning as part of a CRP plan (Apr. 10)
Brian Obermeyer, Nature Conservancy, on burning as a grass management strategy (Apr. 3)
Jay Portnoy, Children's Mercy Hospital, on health consequences of pasture burning (Mar. 27)
Doug Watson, Kansas Dept. of Health and Environment(Mar. 20)
Bill Waln, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services (Mar. 13)
Sherry Leis of the Great Plains Fire Exchange (Mar. 6)
Kansas' plan has led to favorable EPA ruling (Feb. 27)
- Kansas State University, 1863-2013 -
ALSO: Gerry Posler and John Floros look over artifacts from agronomy
2013 Insect Management Guides
Sorghum | Soybeans | Wheat | Alfalfa | Corn | Sunflower | Cotton
2012 Kansas Performance Tests
Corn | Soybean | Grain Sorghum | Winter Wheat
ALSO: 2013 Chemical Weed Control for Field Crops, Pastures, Rangeland, and Noncropland
MORE 2012 WHEAT PUBLICATIONS:
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