- Corn and Soybean Harvest Update
- Emergency Preparedness and Extension
- Harvest and Canning Season for Tomatoes and Peppers
00:01:13 — Corn and Soybean Harvest Update: K-State Extension agents, Sandra Wick from the Post Rock District and Jay Wisbey from the Central Kansas District, provide a corn and soybean harvest update for their counties. We are also joined by K-State weed sciences specialist, Sarah Lancaster, who provides an important reminder on baled soybeans in regards to the herbicides that were used on those fields.
00:12:05 — Emergency Preparedness and Extension: K-State director of Extension, Gregg Hadley, and Ford County Extension agents, Andrea Burns and Ethel Schneweis, discuss the recent community visit held in Ford County and emergency preparedness in Extension programming.
00:23:04 — Harvest and Canning Season for Tomatoes and Peppers: It won’t be long before the first frost is forecast. When that happens, K-State Research and Extension horticulturist Ward Upham says it’s time to harvest and store the last tomatoes and peppers of the season.
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