Ag News

Burn anytime? Fire expert says yes 

Across Kansas’ mighty prairie, spring has historically been the time of year when landowners choose to burn native grasses, though recently they’ve also warmed to the idea of fall burning. Read More

Some homeowners may choose to save on their watering bill by waiting a couple weeks later to seed cool-season grasses this year, says Kansas State University horticulture expert Ward Upham. (Photo courtesy of K-State Research and Extension.)
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Hay bales (U of A System Division of Agriculture courtesy photo by Dirk Philipp.)
University of Missouri Extension specialists urge producers to closely watch cattle that graze pastures containing Johnson grass and other sorghum species. (Photo courtesy of Tim Evans.)

Cattle producers urged to watch for prussic acid poisoning

Lawn closeup (K-State Research and Extension)

Lawn Stressed? September is time for relief

Cattle (Journal photo by Amy Bickel.)