The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Jan 2019  $5.00
  • Climate Change Impacts
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • Winter-Annual Broadleaf Control
  • Dryland Corn Selection
  • Value of Soybean Residue
  • Topdressing with Nitrogen
  • The “Almost Top Ten” Ag Law and Tax Developments of 2018
The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Feb 2019 $5.00
  • Late-emerging wheat
  • Fall forage wheat varieties
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • Dry matter, nutrient accumulation
  • Ear issues in corn
  • Managing ear-feeding corn pests
  • The “Top Ten” Ag Law and Tax Developments of 2018
The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Mar 2019 $5.00
  • Top-dressing Wheat
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • Organic Wheat Breeding
  • Industrial Hemp
  • Profitability vs. N loss in Corn
  • Prairie Strips Conservation
  • Chloride Deficiency
  • Short-stature Corn Hybrids
  • Recent EPA Developments of Importance to Farmers and Ranchers, WOTUS, and Advisory Committees
The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Apr 2019 $5.00

• Spring herbicide options for wheat
• Agronomist Field Notes
• Corn seeding rates
• Late-applied anhydrous
• Starters with N
• Treatments and starters for beans
The PSA: Basic provisions and how unpaid cash sellers get paid

The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – May 2019 $5.00
  • Wheat Crop Conditions
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • Wheat as Forage
  • Corn Belt Planting Data
  • Planting Corn and Beans
  • Avoid Sidewall Compaction
  • Starter Fertilizers
  • Corn Maggot
  • What do the roundup jury verdicts mean for my farming operation?
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
  • 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

  • The Supreme Court ends its term implications for agriculture

 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
  • Market Facilitation Program Payments
 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
• How does the rule against perpetuities apply in the oil and gas context? 

 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

 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
• Regulating existing water rights — How far can state government go?

 The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Dec 2018

• Agronomist Field Notes
• Row-Crop Disease Summary
• FIRST Soybeans Tests
• KSU Soybean Tests
• DSM Soybean Top Picks
• KSU Sorghum Tests
• CSU Sorghum Tests
• DSM Sorghum Top Picks
• Late-Cut Crops and Forages
• Dicamba Registrations Renewed
• Climate Assessment Brief
• How Long Can a Train Block a Crossing? 


All prices include shipping & tax

34 Star Publishing Inc. accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discovery and JCB credit cards directly only for phone, fax, or mail orders.

For online orders, we now utilize PAYPAL to meet VISA online security requirements. If ordering online, you will be directed to a new window for PAYPAL. Simply complete the transaction with through PAYPAL and we will process your order as usual. You don’t have to have a PayPal account to pay. PayPal is considered to be the most secure method currently available for handling online payments. This extra step in online ordering is necessary for the extra level of online security now required.