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Meadowlark District

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Starting May 4, 2020
until further notice

Office Hours:
Available by phone or email
8:00 am to 12:00 noon
12:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Open to the public
9 am to 12:00 noon
1:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Closed on designated holidays

Holton Office
114 W. 5th
Holton, KS  66436-1778
Phone: 785-364-4125
Fax:785-364-4775

Oskaloosa Office
PO Box 326
100 E. Washington
Oskaloosa, KS 66066-0326
Phone: 785-863-2212
Fax:785-863-3511

Seneca Office
1500 Community Dr
Seneca, KS 66538-9786
Phone: 785-336-2184
Fax:785-336-6060

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Crops and Soils

The ever changing world of crop production requires producers to know about everything from global markets – to local production practices.  Meadowlark Extension District staff are available to assist you with your agronomic needs via local demonstration plots, field days, and individual consultations.

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We're also your local link to the vast knowledge base that is K-State Research & Extension.

Contact us for all your crops and soils questions.

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Row Crop Diseases & Fungicide Resistance
Managing Fungicides to Combat Resistance

Considering Plant Analysis

Pesticide Labels

Getting Ready for Sericea

Impact of Soybean Seedling Diseases

Invasive Brush Species - Roughleaf Dogwood

Invasive Brush Species - Buckbrush

Broomsedge Bluestem

Grass Growth & Development

Soybean Inoculation

Looking Ahead to the Grazing Season

Kansas Mesonet

Missouri Nitrogen Studies

Grazing Plans

Effect of Late Planting Dates on Corn Yield

Soybean Residue - Worth More Than You Think

Bush Honeysuckle Control in the Fall

Surface Applied Lime Study

Advantages to Fall Weed Control

Soil Testing and Forage Production

Soil Testing

Plant Nutrient Analysis for Corn

Hitting Back at Sericea

Nitrogen Loss

Brush Control

Starter Fertilizer in Soybeans

Alternative Corn N Sources/Timing

Corn Planting Delays

Fertility Management of Cool Season Forages

Musk Thistle Control

Effects of Late Season Usage on Cool Season Grasses

Sericea Lespedeza Control Programs
Soybean Fertility Considerations
Starter Fertilizer for Corn

Cut Stump method for brush control

Basal bark treatment for brush control

Foliage Feeding on Soybeans

Nitrogen Loss in Wet Soils
Fall Forage Management