Carbon, Climate, Crops, Soil and the Mycorrhizal Connection Workshop

By Tom Parker Since the inception of the computing era, a simple acronym evolved to become an icon of visual acuity and perception: WYSIWYG. The concept works for tangible objects as well as for digital data, but not so much for agricultural purposes. What-you-see-is-what-you-get might be fine for digital publishing or Web site creation, but [...]

Carbon, Climate, Crops, Soil and the Mycorrhizal Connection Workshop2016-11-04T21:46:22-05:00

Look & Learn Pasture Walk Series Will Help Producers Take Stock of Ecosystems

To RSVP for one of the five regional pasture walks, click here! By Tom Parker A typical Kansas pasture on a typical Kansas farm or ranch is a highly complex, species-rich ecosystem that can either be beneficial or detrimental to the producer. Differentiating between the two can be tricky, often involving experimentation as much as [...]

Look & Learn Pasture Walk Series Will Help Producers Take Stock of Ecosystems2016-11-04T21:46:23-05:00

Pasture walks help producers take stock of ecosystems

By Tom Parker A typical Kansas pasture on a typical Kansas farm or ranch is a highly complex, species-rich ecosystem that can either be beneficial or detrimental to the producer. Differentiating between the two can be tricky, often involving experimentation as much as experience. Knowing what to look for in a pasture, healthy or otherwise, [...]

Pasture walks help producers take stock of ecosystems2016-11-04T21:46:23-05:00

Role of Mycorrhizal Fungi in Soil Health: August 21, Salina

Larry Simpson, director of education and training for Mycorrhizal Applications, will present Role of Mycorrhizal Fungi in Soil Health. Simpson argues that the single most misunderstood aspect of mycorrhizae is how profoundly important they actually are: "In the system, mycorrhizal fungi are actually the primary means by which 95% of all the plants on the [...]

Role of Mycorrhizal Fungi in Soil Health: August 21, Salina2015-05-08T12:25:19-05:00

Amazing Grazing hosting Look and Learn Pasture Walks with Dr. Dale Kirkham & NRCS

Dale Kirkham will facilitate and lead the discussion for ranchers, range specialists and others in attendance at the Look and Learn – Pasture Walks. Five afternoon pasture walks will be held in June – North East, South East, North Central, South Central and West Central. Five area ranchers will host a pasture walk. An area [...]

Amazing Grazing hosting Look and Learn Pasture Walks with Dr. Dale Kirkham & NRCS2015-05-08T12:28:25-05:00

Agroforestry Comes to Kansas

Register Online Now Kansas farming and ranching, economic viability, quality of life, conserving our natural resources, and good stewardship. All are subjects to be covered in the Kansas Agroforestry Workshop scheduled for May 20 – 21, in Topeka, Kansas. The workshop features some of the most knowledgeable experts in the field of agroforestry which endeavors [...]

Agroforestry Comes to Kansas2016-11-04T21:46:24-05:00