- Late-Planted Corn Performance
- Livestock Forage Availability Items
- Organic Garden Insect Control
00:01:06—Late-Planted Corn Performance–K-State agronomist Eric Adee discusses the performance level to expect from corn planted in late May or June, drawing from multiple years of K-State field studies at several sites in the state…they discovered that the results can vary widely depending on growing conditions, but that often, late-planted corn can yield enough to make the attempt worthwhile…especially if pre-plant nitrogen has already been applied to the field
00:12:05—Livestock Forage Availability Items–K-State agricultural economist Robin Reid talks about two topics related to livestock forage availability, both of which she has now highlighted on the agmanager.info web site: the USDA’s Livestock Forage Disaster Program, which provides payments to qualified livestock producers whose forage resources have been decimated by drought…and a new hay inventory calculator tool that she has put together for producers to gauge their expected cow herd forage needs and hay availability
00:23:05—Organic Garden Insect Control–On this week’s horticulture segment, Johnson County Extension horticulture agent Zac Hoppenstedt talks about organic control of vegetable garden insects, which will be the topic of the monthly K-State Garden Hour webinar that he will present next Wednesday
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