- Introduction to Jason Warner
- Feeding the Herd – Concerns Going into Fall and Winter
- Fall Lawn Care Part Two
00:01:15—Introduction to Jason Warner — New to K-State cow-calf Extension specialist, Jason Warner, joins Agriculture Today to talk about his background, new role at K-State, and the unique opportunities that lie within the beef industry in the state of Kansas
00:12:10 — Feeding the Herd – Concerns Going into Fall and Winter — In addition to his introduction to listeners, Warner also provides information for cow-calf producers on how to prepare for this fall and winter with on-going drought conditions taking a hit at forage supplies across the state and beyond
00:23:04—Fall Lawn Care Part Two — In the second of a three-week series on fall lawn care, Dennis Patton explains the process for planting or overseeding a cool-season lawn, stressing soil preparation and light, frequent watering as two keys for success
KSRE publications on:
Maintaining Good Lawns with Less Water
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