- A Dismal Outlook for Grazing Wheat
- Spider Questions Surfacing
- Using Leaves to Improve the Ecology of Forested Areas
00:01:12 – A Dismal Outlook for Grazing Wheat: The director of the Livestock Marketing Information Center, Katelyn McCullock, provides insight on some of the volatility seen in the last week in the markets and the dismal outlooks for grazing wheat this year in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.
00:15:07 – Spider Questions Surfacing: K-State field crop entomologist Jeff Whitworth shares information about four species of spiders that he’s been getting frequent calls about – brown recluses, black widows, orb spiders, and garden spiders.
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00:26:01 – Using Leaves to Improve the Ecology of Forested Areas: For this week’s wildlife management segment, K-State fisheries and aquatics specialist, Joe Gerken, discusses the importance of keeping leaves out of waterways this fall and using those leaves for compost for gardens or improving the ecology of local forested areas.
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