- Barry Flinchbaugh Center for Ag Policy
- Microbial Innovations for Conserving Moisture and FSA Update
- Checking Kernels for Damage
00:01:05 – Barry Flinchbaugh Center for Ag Policy: Flinchbaugh agriculture policy chair Jenny Ifft begins today’s show discussing the legacy of Barry Flinchbaugh and how the new center and her position will interact.
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00:12:05 – Microbial Innovations for Conserving Moisture and FSA Update: Continuing the show is K-State’s Melanie Derby and Gaurav Jha as they share about their research in microbial innovations for climate-resilient agriculture. We are then joined by Dennis McKinney, state director of Kansas FSA, for a quick update.
00:23:05 – Checking Kernels for Damage: Due to varying conditions in the fields, K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk completes the show by encouraging producers to monitor kernel damage several times per day while chopping corn silage.
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