- 19th National Win for K-State Crops Judging Team
- Tiller Queen Serves as New Assistant Professor in Crop Science
- Starting Garden Transplants from Seed
00:01:12 — 19th National Win for K-State Crops Judging Team: Legacy is the key word that might come to mind for many when they think of the K-State Crops Judging Team. The exceptional group of young students recently earned their 19th national title. K-State students Ashley Chandler, Ellie Braun, Jarek Meyer, and their coach, graduate student Sarah Frye, share insight on what it meant to earn this title as a team and their personal takeaways.
00:12:06 — Tiller Queen Serves as New Assistant Professor in Crop Science: New assistant professor of crop science at K-State, Rachel Veenstra, joins us for a conversation about her new role. Coined as the “Tiller Queen” during her studies at K-State, Rachel shares insight on her transition from her graduate studies to now, and her research focusing on the tricky subject of corn tillers.
Rachel’s graduate research website
00:23:04 — Starting Garden Transplants from Seed: K-State Research and Extension horticulture agent for Riley County, Gregg Eyestone, says planning and starting vegetable transplants from seed can help satisfy an avid gardeners’ thirst to be doing some type of gardening. He covers the steps involved in starting garden transplants from seed.
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