- Wheat Rx Seminars
- Emergency Conservation Program
- Dairy Silage Fertilization
00:01:10—Wheat Rx Seminars–K-State wheat production specialist Romulo Lollato provides an update on the Wheat Rx research and information program that K-State has launched in partnership with Kansas Wheat…he’ll talk about some of the principles of intensive wheat management that he continues to evaluate, with the goal of capturing more market value with the crop…that’ll be the subject of his presentation at two Wheat Rx seminars for wheat growers coming up in February at Wichita and Hays
00:12:09—Emergency Conservation Program– From the Farm Service Agency state office, agricultural program specialist Candi Ketterl highlights the USDA’s Emergency Conservation Program, which can provide further relief to livestock producers who were hit hard by the wildfires in Kansas last month….10 counties in Kansas have now been declared eligible for ECP cost-share assistance
00:23:02—Dairy Silage Fertilization–On this week’s edition of Milk Lines, K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk offers some thoughts on managing fertilizer inputs for dairy silage production this year, in light of the staggering rise in fertilizer prices
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