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Crops and Livestock

Ag Newsletter

Don't miss out on the upcoming events and articles that are addressing today's topics.

July 2016

May 2016

March 2016

 

Ag Mobile Apps

The files below contain apps that are Ag-related.  Click on the links to find apps that may help your business.  Each app listing contains a direct link to the individual app.

Mobile Apps Online

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2016 Wheat Plot Tour - Don't miss it!

wheat plot tour 

2015 Wheat Plot

wheat tour

The 2015 Wheat Plot was planted on October 6, 2014.  The varieties used were Kan Mark, Oakley CL, Ruby Lee, Doublestop CL, Gallagher, 1863, T158, AP503, Wizard, WB Cedar, Brawl C, Everest, Garrison, Iba, and Hatcher.  There were 47 people in attendance on the May 18, 2015 Wheat Plot Tour.  

Thank you to the Pawnee County Coop for their partnership in this demonstration and also providing the meal for the Tour.

Kansas Entomology

Check out the most recent Kansas Insect Newsletter.

Lawn and Garden

The Pawnee County, K-State Research and Extension office is your front door to the resources of Kansas State University. Through our office you can obtain information on trees, turf, shrubs, insects, gardens, and other related topics. We also provide services such as insect identification, plant identification, and soil tests with fertilizer recommendations.

Master Gardener Program

mgPawnee County is part of the Master Gardener program.  The Master Gardener program is a volunteer program in which K-State Research and Extension "trades" classroom training for volunteer time.  After training is completed, volunteers donate an equivalent number of hours of service as was received in instruction. Service activities are coordinated by the local county extension agent. Though volunteer activities vary widely, all are educational, extension related and represent the interests of K-State Research and Extension.  If you would like to learn more, visit the Master Gardener page.

Visit K-State Research and Extension's Lawn and Garden page.