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May 22, 2020

Quick! Can you name the four main crops grown in Kansas. We'll pause a few seconds.

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If you said wheat, corn, soybeans and canola*, you're right! Ignacio Ciampitti is an associate professor in the Department of Agronomy at Kansas State University, and the K-State Research and Extension cropping systems...


Apr 28, 2020

Imagine a small fleet of automated tractors moving through a field, laying down soybeans or applying fertilizer to select grain sorghum plants. There's a lot more "science" than "fiction" in that scenario, and Dan Flippo, an associate professor in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, explains some...


Apr 21, 2020

When a plant is out of place, you generally want to get rid of it--that's when Sarah Lancaster gets to work. While other agronomists are working with things like wheat and soybeans, Sarah studies their nemeses--weeds.


Apr 14, 2020

Is there a connection between how you manage your money, and how you manage your health? Elizabeth Kish is an associate professor in the School of Family Studies and Human Services at Kansas State University, and is also the K-State Research and Extension specialist in family resource management. She'll discuss...


Apr 6, 2020

During his tenure with K-State Research and Extension, Ward Upham has put more research into the hands of stakeholders and local agents than, well, most anyone else in the organization. As the horticulture rapid response coordinator, and the state coordinator of the Master Gardener program, Ward has helped...