- Improving Kansas Corn Planting Dates
- Preview of 2023 International Master Gardener Conference
00:01:16 — Improving Kansas Corn Planting Dates Part One: K-State farm systems specialist, Ignacio Ciampitti, and Ph.D. student, Ignacio Massigoge, join me to share some of their recent research evaluating best planting dates for corn in Kansas. In our first segment they describe what originally inspired this research
00:12:10 — Improving Kansas Corn Planting Dates Part Two: In part two of this conversation Dr. Ciampitti and Ph.D. student, Ignacio Massigoge, explain that their research results showed that traditional planting dates might not be best based on regional locations and their potential new recommendations for Kansas producers.
Agronomy eUpdate article about improving planting dates
Agronomy eUpdate article about the 2023 Kansas Corn Schools
Register for the 2023 Kansas Corn Schools here
00:23:06 — Preview of 2023 International Master Gardener Conference: In last week’s horticulture segment, K-State Research and Extension horticulture agent for Johnson County, Dennis Patton, explained how the Extension Master Gardeners of Johnson County were chosen to host the 2023 International Master Gardener Conference, June 18-22, in Overland Park. This week, he discusses the workshops, presentations and tours being offered during the conference.
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