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The Wheat Farmer / Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter – Jan 2020  $5.00
  • Agronomist Field Notes
    • Soil Potassium Availability
    • Herbicide Label Requirements
    • Ntl. Corn Growers Yield Contest
    • Irrigation Water Use Network
    • Kansas Farm and Estate Law
The Wheat Farmer / Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter – Feb 2020 $5.00
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • Topdressing wheat
  • Strategic tillage
  • OSU Wheat Specialist interview
  • Topdressing canola
  • Kansas Soybean Contest
  • Soils that absorb heavy rain
  • Kansas Farm and Estate Law
The Wheat Farmer / Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter – Mar 2020 $5.00

• Agronomist Field Notes
• Manure Nitrogen
• Spring Wheat
• Marestail in Soybeans
• Army Cutworm
• Fertilizing Pastures
• Nitrogen Stabilizer
Kansas Farm and Estate Law

The Wheat Farmer / Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter – Apr 2020 $5.00

• Rain, Temp, and Burndown
• Agronomist Field Notes
• Stripe Rust Outlook
• Spring Herbicide Decisions
• Optimal Corn Seeding Rates
• Herbicides Update
• Alternative Crops: Mint
Kansas Farm and Estate Law

The Wheat Farmer / Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter – May 2020 $5.00
  • Agronomist Field Notes

  • Damaged Wheat Options

  • Herbicide Carryover

  • The Value of a Starter on Beans

  • In-season N Management

  • Covid-19 Grain Marketing

  • Kansas Farm and Estate Law

The Wheat Farmer / Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter – June 2019 $5.00
  • Wheat Conditions, Field Notes
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • Sulfonylurea After Wheat
  • Late Planted Corn
  • Double Crop After Wheat
  • Pigweed Management
  • Soybeans Response to Flooding
  • Rootless Corn Syndrome
  • Kansas Farm and Estate Law – Market Facilitation Program Payments Pledged As Collateral — What Are the Rights of a Lender?
 The Wheat Farmer / Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter – July 2019

  • Fusarium Head Blight in Wheat

  • Early Volunteer Control

  • Agronomist Field Notes

  • New Wheat Varieties Preview

  • Forecasting Corn Yield

  • Using Symptom Distribution

  • Vegetation Flooding Response

  • Potential Causes for Corn Stress

  • Kansas Farm and Estate Law – The Supreme Court ends its term implications for agriculture

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 The Wheat Farmer / Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter – Aug 2019

  • Weed Control
  • Split Applications
  • KSU Wheat Variety Trials
  • CSU Wheat Variety Trials
  • Texas A&M Wheat Variety Trials
  • OSU Wheat Variety Trials
  • Managing Hailed-out Crops
  • Estimating Corn Yield
  • Seven Years of SCA
  • Kansas Farm and Estate Law – Market Facilitation Program Payments
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 The Wheat Farmer / Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter – Sept 2019

• The Risks of Early Planing
• Agronomist Field Notes
• Rainfed vs Irrigated Yield Gap
• Alfalfa Planting, Cutting
• In-furrow Starters
• SDS in Soybeans Update
• Sorghum Potential
Kansas Farm and Estate Law – How does the rule against perpetuities apply in the oil and gas context? 

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 The Wheat Farmer / Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter – Oct 2019

• Soil Sampling Challenges
• Wheat Cropping Systems
• Agronomist Field Notes
• Precision Manure Application
• On-Farm N Rate Study
• Stalk Rot in Sorghum
• Green Stem in Beans
• Kansas Farm and Estate Law

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 The Wheat Farmer / Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter – Nov 2019

• Strategic Tillage
• Agronomist Field Notes
• Grazing Options for Crop Residue
• Patterns in Corn/Beans Diseases
• Soybean Drying
• Soybean Cyst Nematodes
• KSU Corn Trials
• DSM Corn Top Picks
• Fall Nitrogen Considerations
Kansas Farm and Estate Law – Regulating existing water rights — How far can state government go?

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 The Wheat Farmer / Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter – Dec 2019

• Agronomist Field Notes
• Sulfur Deficiency in Wheat
• Managing Weeds in Slow Wheat
• KSU Beans Variety Trials
• DSM Beans Top Picks
• KSU Sorghum Variety Trials
• CSU Sorghum Variety Trials
• DSM Sorghum Top Picks
• Kansas Farm and Estate Law – Federal Permitting

 

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