- Volunteer Wheat Concerns
- How to Handle Dead Livestock
- Pests in Landscape and Garden
00:01:05 – Volunteer Wheat Concerns: Beginning today’s show is K-State’s Kelsey Andersen Onofre, Sarah Lancaster and Romulo Lollato as they discuss concerns with volunteer wheat.
00:12:05 – How to Handle Dead Livestock: Kelsey continues the show and conversation about volunteer wheat as she reviews resources for producers. We are then joined by Brian Lubbers from K-State’s college of veterinary medicine with information about the importance of a plan when it comes to handling dead livestock.
00:23:05 – Pests in Landscape and Garden: K-State horticultural entomologist Raymond Cloyd finishes today’s show as he discusses several pests that are currently active in the home landscape and garden, including squash bugs, blister beetles, cucumber beetles and squash vine borer.
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