The pros, cons, and best application for popular mulches, organic and inorganic.
Craftsy folks frequently share a do-it-yourself ethic. While it’s always easier just to buy cheap, pretty yarn at the craft store, some (particularly homesteaders) prefer to create their own dyes. In fact, if you own sheep or other fiber animals, this may be a logical next step to adding value to your products. You canContinue reading “A Rainbow of Natural Dyes”
This widespread and adaptable prairie plant excels at feeding livestock, wildlife, and the eye of the gardener.
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.
This native of the shortgrass prairie holds great potential for low-maintenance lawns in dry climates.
Attractive ornamental or pesky pasture invader? Silver bluestem excels in both roles.
Its wide distribution and importance to the prairie ecosystem have made little bluestem the state grass of Kansas.
The legendary native grass of the tallgrass prairie is more than a quality forage.
What bad bugs are invading your area? The K-State entomology newsletter may have the answer. This newsletter keeps Kansans informed about the comings and goings of a wide range of insects of economic importance, particularly those that impact field crops. Pests of corn, soy, wheat, sorghum, sunflower, and alfalfa are regularly discussed. However, this newsletterContinue reading “K-State Entomology Newsletter”