|Producers focus on herd sire selection|
As bull buying season approaches, a K-State cow-calf specialist provides strategies to choose an appropriate herd sire.
|The fight against broadleaf weeds in winter wheat|
A K-State weed management specialist recommends herbicide strategies for producers to consider.
|$8.1 million in assistance available to plant trees, protect streams and fields|
The NRCS and Kansas Forest Service partnership provides assistance to Kansas' landowners.
|Planning this year's garden: Time to start seeding cool-season crops indoors|
K-State horticulturalists recommend using a planting calendar.
|High-tech toys could stagnate babies' communication skills|
A child's verbal development relies on interaction among peers and adults.
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