- Arguments Heard on California’s Proposition 12 Law
- A Warning for Corn Producers About Tar Spot
- Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts: Bull Calves
00:01:00 – Arguments Heard on California’s Proposition 12 Law: The Supreme Court of the United States heard arguments yesterday morning for the case involving California’s Proposition 12 law. K-State and Washburn University School of Law professor, Roger McEowen, breaks down the results of those arguments including the weak claims of the Dormant Commerce Clause brought by the lawyers representing producers and the question of whether labeling would solve this problem completely.
Link to Roger’s latest blog posts
00:13:35 – A Warning for Corn Producers About Tar Spot: K-State row crop pathologist, Rodrigo Onofre, joins us to warn producers about a new corn disease in Kansas – tar spot. He explains where the disease has been spotted so far and why it is so important for producers to check their fields and take action now to prevent losses next year.
Rodrigo’s first Agronomy eUpdate article about tar spot
Rodrigo’s second Agronomy eUpdate article about tar spot
00:24:35 – Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts: K-State experts Brad White, Bob Larson, and Phillip Lancaster discuss whether to castrate bull calves prior to selling them.
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