- Dryland Corn Planting Adjustments for a Dry Growing Season
- Scouting Report on Insects in Alfalfa and Winter Wheat
- Stop, Look and Listen
00:01:00 – Dryland Corn Planting Adjustments for a Dry Growing Season: K-State cropping systems specialist Ignacio Ciampitti and agronomy researcher Adrian Carrendo discuss dryland corn planting adjustments amid expectations of a dry growing season…they specifically look at making changes in plant density at seeding, and modifying nitrogen application rates at planting time
00:12:00 – Scouting Report on Insects in Alfalfa and Winter Wheat: K-State crop entomologist Jeff Whitworth provides his latest scouting report on insects in alfalfa and winter wheat as temperatures are edging upward…he has advice on responding to a variety of aphids now showing up in wheat, and he updates his recommendation on contending with weevils in alfalfa ahead of the first cutting
00:23:00 – Stop, Look and Listen: K-State’s Gus van Der Hoeven provides his commentary on life in rural Kansas
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