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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 2018 $5.00
  • Wheat Disease Observations
  •  Wheat Quality Council Crop Tour
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • Managing Herbicide Resistance
  • Early Corn Seedling Pathogens
  • Soybean Row Spacing and Yield
  • SCA Resistant Hybrids
  • Soybean Inoculation/Nodulation
  • Managing Foliar Fungal Disease
  • Qualified Business Income Deduction — Application to Agricultural Producers
The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – June 2018 $5.00
    • New Wheat Aphid
    • Harvesting Short Wheat
    • Agronomist Field Notes
    • Impacts of Volunteer Corn
    • Rangeland Noxious Weed
    • pH and Herbicide Uptake
  • The New Tax Law and Its Impact on College Savings Plans, Estates and Trusts
 The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – July 2018

  • Post Harvest Weed Control• CSU Variety Trials• OSU Variety Trials• Agronomist Field Notes• Fungicide for Gray Leaf Spot• Managing Stressed Corn• Scouting Sugarcane Aphid• Kansas Corn Yield Contest • The Use of a Buy-Sell Agreement for Transitioning a Business
 The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Aug 2018

  • Starter Fertilizers for Wheat
  • Disease, Insects, Planting Wheat
  • KSU Wheat Yields
  • OSU Wheat Yields
  • CSU Wheat Yields
  • Texas Wheat Yields
  • Improve Your Corn Harvest
  • Weed Control
  • Ag Apps Review
  • New Kansas Noxious Weed Laws
 The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Sept 2018

• Agronomist Field Notes
• Wheat Protein and Fertilizer
• Cracking the Wheat Genome
• Nitrate Levels and Wheat Yields
• Estimating Sorghum Yields
• Canola Options
• Manure Applications
• Ag Employment – Verifying The Legal Status of Employees

 The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Oct 2018

• Agronomist Field Notes
• Wheat News
• Green Stem Syndrome in Beans
• Late-Season Purpling
• Fall Soil Sampling
• Eliminating Capital Gain Tax — Qualified Opportunity Zones

 The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Nov 2018

National Wheat Yield Contest
• Agronomist Field Notes
• The Bt trait table for U.S. corn
• Options for damaged beans
• CSU Corn Variety Trials
• KSU Corn Variety Trials
• DSM Corn Top Picks
• Fall anhydrous application
• Soybean seed treatment
Chapter 12 Bankruptcy and the Tools-of-the-Trade Exemption

 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? 


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