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Ron WilsonKansas Profile – Now That’s Rural: Richard Corbin – Part One

poinsettiaJunior Swine, Meat Goat Days scheduled
Kansas 4-H, FFA youth invited to Kansas State University to learn about production and management of both species.

poinsettiaSelecting and maintaining the perfect poinsettia
A Kansas State University gardening expert offers information to help select and keep your poinsettias looking their best.

2016 Crops Judging TeamK-State Crops Team shares 2016 national championship title
Team members sweep top three individual spots in Chicago contest.

Researcher in labNIFA awards Kansas State University $1M to protect food from pests, diseases
The funds will be used in research to eliminate the use of methyl bromide in fumigants that control insects in wheat and rice.

4-H Impact Study4-H benefits Kansas youths in measurable, permanent ways
Recent impact study highlights leadership skills, personal confidence.

Isaya KisekkaKansas State University researcher’s work has ‘transformative potential’
For his work in water management, Isaya Kisekka is one of nine receiving new innovator award and will share in $4.8 million award over five years.

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Food safety expert discusses how to keep Thanksgiving healthy
A food safety specialist offers tips that will help families keep foodborne illness off the holidays guest list.

University agronomist Varaa Prasad selected as AAAS fellowHe was honored for his study into understanding responses of food grain crops to high temperature stress.

University researchers contribute to national meat and poultry surveillance
A team at Kansas State University will survey antimicrobial resistance in meat and poultry products in retail stores across the state.

USAID project led by Kansas State University to help develop new sorghum varieties for Haiti
A $1.08 million project will establish a sorghum breeding program where nearly 200,000 farmers rely on the crop as a source of food and income



Upcoming K-State Research and Extension Events

Series of daylong programs to help producers deal with financial downturn, Dec. 7 - Feb. 15