- Applying Herbicides Based on Wheat Growing Stages
- KSU’s Involvement in FARMS Workshops
- Milk Lines
00:01:08 – Applying Herbicides Based on Wheat Growing Stages: This Tuesday’s show begins with advice from K-State weed science specialist, Sarah Lancaster, on spring herbicide applications for wheat. Today Sarah emphasizes the importance of wheat growing stages when it comes to the timing of application for these products.
Link to 2023 Chemical Weed Control Guide
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00:12:10 – KSU’s Involvement in FARMS Workshops: We are also joined today by Cherokee County ag agent Dale Helwig. Dale joins us today to talk about his involvement with the Farmers Accelerating Research in Materials Science (FARMS) workshop which will be taking place this May at the Four State Farm Show.
00:23:04 – Milk Lines: We round out today’s programming with K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk looking at findings from the Holstein Association. He shares information on the relationship between classification score and herd life along with productivity over time.
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