KSU EXTENSION AGRONOMY eUpdate – Old world bluestems are aggressive and prolific seed producers, and do well on any well-drained soil. Today, OWBs can be seen along roadsides and are increasing in our native grasslands. The invasive nature and lower palatability of OWBs allows them to increase once established but control is possible. KSU research shows that combinations of burning or mowing along with well-timed herbicide treatments can be effective.
The 2019 KSFGC Annual Meeting and Winter Conference will be held, Tuesday, December 10th at the Sedgwick County Extension Education Center, 7001 W. 21st Street N, Wichita KS.
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- Ranch Management Field Day at Moyer Farms LLC to be Held on August 15
- Hay market trade, activity and demand is slow as producers are busy in the field baling hay.
- Joining or Renewing Your Membership to the Kansas Forage and Grassland Council
- USDA Extends Deadline to Report Spring-Seeded Crops for 12 States
- KSFGC Forage Award Nominations Now Open