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Oct 25, 2016 by Kansas State University
Across the Corn Belt this past season, hybrids containing the Agrisure Viptera trait demonstrated effective control of above-ground insects in the wake of unexpected insect outbreaks. Corn growers who planted other hybr
Jul 01, 2016 by Kansas State University
The combination of a farmer/grower and beekeeper can earn a $6,000 grant to be used in support of a community partnership that demonstrates how beekeepers and growers are working together to promote and protect pollinat
Jun 06, 2016 by Kansas State University
A team of researchers from Kansas State University's College of Veterinary Medicine has received a U.S. patent to control and treat fusobacterial infections in humans and animals.
Apr 21, 2016 by Kansas State University
European politicians advised on Wednesday that the herbicide glyphosate should only be approved for another seven years, rather than the 15 proposed by the EU executive, and should not be used by the general public.
Mar 10, 2016 by Kansas State University
The two universities will conduct beef cattle production medicine research and training to address feedyard health challenges.
Dec 23, 2015 by Kansas State University
The same rain that helps farmers grow crops can also cause a few headaches as that water works its way from agricultural fields. Researchers at Kansas State University say they're learning more about what causes ephemer
Dec 15, 2015 by Kansas State University
Michael Smith, Kansas State University professor of entomology, is part of a new five-year, $4.8 million research project supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture, whi
Sep 02, 2015 by Kansas State University
In a region where some of the United States' most productive farmland lies, Kansas State University researchers are putting a water-saving technology on the fast track. Agricultural engineer Isaya Kisekka said he and ot
Apr 21, 2015 by Kansas State University
Kansas State University is leading an international, multimillion-dollar project that is looking at unmanned aerial systems or UAS as a quick and efficient method to detect pest insects and diseases in food crops be
Mar 18, 2015 by Kansas State University
High-throughput phenotyping, a new area of agricultural research, is key to accelerating progress in crop improvement. To ensure continuing advances, there is a critical need to train graduate students and scientists in