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KDWP to Conduct Five-Year Review of State Listed Species

PRATT, Kan. (KSOutdoors.com) – The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) is conducting a five-year review of the lists of Kansas species that are endangered, threatened or Species In Need of Conservation (SINC). Endangered is the most imperiled category of the three, and species... Read More.

Lawmakers ask EPA to be fair in atrazine review

Midwest lawmakers are asking the Environmental Protection Agency to be fair in its panel review of atrazine. In a letter sent on Friday, lawmakers asked for EPA’s Scientific Advisory Panel to meet in-person in August. Lawmakers said in-person provides higher quality discussions and better... Read More.

A scientific advisory panel will review atrazine changes

The Environmental Protection Agency is forming a Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act Scientific Advisory Panel to review proposed label changes for atrazine later this summer. The nomination window for panelists closed on Monday. Last year, the EPA proposed changes to the broadleaf herbicide... Read More.

K-State Ag Economist Urges Producers to Review Crop Insurance Options

By Pat Melgares, K-State Research and Extension News Service MANHATTAN, Kan. – A Kansas State University agricultural economist is encouraging farmers to know their options before considering a pair of crop insurance policies that would allow them to increase their coverage for row crops beyond... Read More.

Review your scouting notebook

One of the best ways to plan for the upcoming growing season is to review notes from the previous year.  In this Managing for Profit, Lynn Justesen, technical services lead for UPL says farmers should consider what practices worked and what didn’t and make adjustments... Read More.

NeFB: An exhaustive review of reference prices needed

A state Farm Bureau organization says an exhaustive review of references prices in the next farm bill could help producers manage uncertainty. Jordan Dux, senior director of national affairs with NEFB, says crop prices are significantly higher than target prices for the Price Loss... Read More.

Review to Succeed

Enlist field specialist Steve Snyder says one of the keys to successful weed management in 2023 is reviewing what worked and what didn’t. He tells Brownfield another key factor is getting the right seed with the right trait package.  And Snyder emphasizes flexibility when it... Read More.

Ohio farmers discuss harvest at Farm Science Review

Harvest is top of mind for many Midwestern farmers. Southwest Ohio farmer David Clark says harvest is still a few weeks away for a majority of his soybean crop. “I would probably say five percent of my leaves are yellow, the other 95 percent are... Read More.

Farm Science Review turns 60

Ohio State University’s Farm Science Review is celebrating 60 years of providing critical information to farmers and producers. Farm Science Review Manager Nick Zachrich discusses some of the advancements in the field show and agriculture industry during that time. “We’re excited to share some... Read More.