|Long-time K-State agronomy head and soil fertility specialist to retire in June|
Dave Mengel led the agronomy department from 1998 to 2005.
|Use dormant native range and supplements to possibly improve cow herd efficiency|
Grazing options and protein supplements are available for producers, even in drier regions.
|Forest industry adds $2.1 billion to Kansas|
By Bob Atchison, rural forestry coordinator, Kansas Forest Service
|First Forest Legacy Program project established in Kansas|
The project is on the site of Baldwin Woods Forest Preserve in Douglas County.
|Old world bluestem, real world concerns|
Information to help control and manage this invasive grass
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