- USDA Kansas Certified Organic Data
- Record Keeping and Listeria with BCI
- Planning for the Vegetable Garden
00:01:07 — USDA Kansas Certified Organic Data: Kansas USDA state statistician, Doug Bounds, joins us to discuss data from the latest Kansas Certified Organic Data Report. We cover information on the commodities sold and the challenges producers reported facing. Doug also shares a reminder on the fast-approaching Kansas deadline for this year’s Census survey.
USDA Certified Organic Kansas Data
USDA Kansas Census Report Forms
00:12:11 — Record Keeping and Listeria with BCI: Our friends from the Beef Cattle Institute, K-State experts Brad White, Brian Lubbers, Phillip Lancaster, and Bob Larson, share their thoughts on beef cattle record keeping. They include their advice on what records are worthwhile and strategies to do so while remaining sane. They also share insight on listeria and why we tend to see cases of listeriosis more this time of year.
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00:23:08 — Planning for the Vegetable Garden: Now that seed catalogs are arriving more frequently, K-State horticulturist Ward Upham says it’s time to start planning the vegetable garden. This includes how big an area, deciding what to plant and then purchasing quality seed. He says K-State has several publications that can help gardeners make planning decisions.
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Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Samantha Bennett and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.
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