- Grain Market Influences to Shift
- Considerations for 2023 Soybean Planting
- Potential for Rain on the Radar
00:01:10 – Grain Market Influences to Shift: We begin this Friday’s show with our grain market update for the week from K-State grain economist, Dan O’Brien. Today Dan shares that local planting will most likely begin to take precedent in influencing our U.S. markets as producers in our area begin to plant both corn and soybeans.
00:12:10 – Considerations for 2023 Soybean Planting: The show continues with K-State farm systems specialist Ignacio Ciampitti. Today Ignacio shares insight on the various considerations to keep in mind when planting soybeans this year in Kansas.
00:23:07 – Potential for Rain on the Radar: We end this week’s programming with a cautiously optimistic agricultural weather report from K-State meteorologist Chip Redmond. Chip shares insight on the precipitation and storm conditions that impacted parts of the state this past week, but also hints at the potential for more widespread precipitation in the week ahead.
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