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Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Winter wheat in good shape headed into homestretch
5/23/16 Successful Farming
Winter wheat is a cool-season grass and as such, thrives in these kinds of conditions, which are a stark contrast to what the crop went through during a warm, dry fall, winter, and early spring. "Given a choice, wheat will take cool weather rather than more moisture," says Shroyer, a retired wheat specialist at Kansas State University.
Tweaking the ARC-County Formula
5/23/16 The Progressive Farmer
Kansas State University agricultural economics professor Art Barnaby questions how giving the state Farm Service Agency offices greater voice in tweaking ARC-County yields will improve the program.
Now that's rural: Cameron Bradshaw
5/23/16 U.S. Ag Net
Let's go to Washington, D.C., to the national office of the U.S. Department of Agriculture where a top administrator is conferring with African-American farmers from across the nation. Among those in this discussion are a father and son from rural Kansas. Cameron Bradshaw is a student at Kansas State University.
Kansas State University on TV
KAKE in Wichita, Kansas
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