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USDA Requests Public Input on Implementation of Inflation Reduction Act Funding. USDA is asking for public input through a Federal Register request for information on implementation of more than $19 billion provided by the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). The Natural … Continue reading
Today we focus on the advantage of utilizing HarvXtra in our planting intentions for 2023.
Postcard invitations to complete the 2022 Census of Agriculture online were mailed November 21. Paper questionnaires will be mailed in December to operations that haven’t responded online. All responses are due February 6. Producers can respond online at agcounts.usda.gov. The … Continue reading
Full Report KSFGC Winter Forage Conference Compared to the last report demand remains strong and prices were mostly steady, with a definite undertone of strength to the market. Lots of corn stalks have been baled which is being ground with … Continue reading
By Chad Guthrie, Hunter Nickell, KSU Southwind Extension District Agents Throughout the summer and fall, much of Kansas was reported as being in a D2 severe drought, D3 extreme drought, or, a D4 exceptional drought. This has led to poor … Continue reading
By Brad Schick Baling corn stalks is becoming more and more common. Corn stalks, or corn residue, is a valuable option for beef producers to reduce feed costs. Advancements in harvesting technology to increase the feeding quality of the residue … Continue reading
ERS Agricultural Economist Noah Miller presents findings from America’s Farms and Ranches at a Glance: 2022 Edition. America’s Farms and Ranches at a Glance report, previously known as America’s Diverse Family Farms, provides the latest statistics on U.S. farms, including … Continue reading
A short introduction about each crop pest is listed below with a link to the corresponding publication. MF2999 – Alfalfa Weevils – https://bookstore.ksre.ksu.edu/pubs/MF2999.pdf The alfalfa weevil, Hypera postica (Gyllenhal), is the major perennial defoliator of early season alfalfa in Kansas. Alfalfa weevils originated in … Continue reading