- Plant Pathology Minor and Undergraduate Research
- Tips for Canola
- Fall Lawn Care
00:01:11—Plant Pathology Minor and Undergraduate Research — K-State professor and department head of plant pathology, Megan Kennelly, joins us to share opportunities for undergraduates to get involved in the K-State Plant Pathology Department through either the completion of their minor or involvement in research
00:12:11 —Tips for Canola — Mike Stamm, K-State canola breeder, discusses the 2022 growing season for canola and tips for preparing for planting in the next several weeks
00:23:03—Fall Lawn Care — In the first of a three-week series on fall lawn care, K-State horticulture agent, Dennis Patton, explains that all grass seed is not the same and that buying quality seed begins with knowing how to decipher the seed label
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