Lacey Vilhauer, Sorghum U, Suwu, Wheat U

Nasty insects in wheat and sorghum

Bugs are always on the brain when raising crops—it’s a never-ending battle that farmers must be prepared to fight every day of the year. Jeff Whitworth, associate professor of entomology at Kansas State University, spoke at the recent Sorghum U Wheat U event in Wichita, Kansas... Read More

Photo courtesy of U.S. Wheat Associates.
Asters flowers (Journal stock photo.)

Build drought-tolerant gardens this fall for next summer’s blooms

Chiggers are non-burrowing mites and do not transmit disease. (Photo by Shutterstock.)

The truth about chiggers

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Keep pets cool, hydrated

  • By Greg Aldrich │ Kansas State Research & Extension