This invasive weed is a nuisance in the field and garden and a serious hazard in the pasture.
This peculiar grass is an important forage of the semi-arid Great Plains.
This native grass offers superior nutrition to livestock, but keeping it from dying out can be a challenge.
Is this common weed overrunning your field, pasture, or lawn? Good news—it’s relatively easy to manage.
This native of the shortgrass prairie holds great potential for low-maintenance lawns in dry climates.
In cool, moist climates, few plants make better forage or turf than Kentucky bluegrass.
Knowing your soils is a good idea, no matter where you live or what type of country living activity you pursue. The USDA’s National Resources Conservation Service makes that job […]
Powdery mildew is caused by one of the most common and widely distributed fungi that plague gardens. The disease can attack a wide range of plants, as it is caused […]
Anthracnose, also called bird’s-eye spot, is a disease caused by several similar species of fungus. These fungi affect many plants: Snap beans. Turnips. Cucumbers. Squash. Peppers. Tomatoes. Eggplants. Brambles. Shade […]
Gardening in Kansas can be a very unique experience. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to find information tailored to our somewhat unpredictable climate and growing conditions. Fortunately, K-State has filled […]