- Kochia Control in Wheat
- KARL Program Update
- Ornamental Flower Selection
00:01:09—Kochia Control in Wheat–K-State weed management specialist Sarah Lancaster discusses options for controlling kochia in actively growing wheat fields, as well as in wheat stubble following harvest as a long-range control approach…she harps upon being selective in choosing a herbicide for either of those treatments, as this weed has proven resistant to various herbicide types
00:12:08—KARL Program Update–The president of the Kansas Agriculture and Rural Leadership program based at K-State, Jill Zimmerman, recaps the leadership development experiences of KARL Class XV, which will be graduating soon…that included a just-concluded international trip to the United Arab Emirates, where the class learned about food consumption by one of the fastest-growing populations in the world
00:23:07—Ornamental Flower Selection–On this week’s horticulture segment, Sedgwick County Extension horticulture agent Matthew McKernan discusses ornamental flower selection, which is the topic he will cover in the next K-State Garden Hour webinar this coming Wednesday
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