- A Winter Weather Summary
- Hardware Disease with BCI and Hydroponics in Northeast Kansas with Kansas Profile
- Cool-Season Lawn Care
00:01:03 – A Winter Weather Summary: K-State assistant state climatologist, Matt Sittel, kicks off today’s show with a winter weather summary. He shares insight on the diverse conditions across Kansas this winter and what we can potentially expect to see this spring and summer.
00:12:10 – Hardware Disease with BCI and Hydroponics in Northeast Kansas with Kansas Profile: During today’s show we also tune into BCI’s Cattle Chat podcast. In this segment Brad White, Bob Larson, and Brian Lubbers discuss a unique disease that often times results in cattle that “ain’t lookin’ right” – hardware disease.
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We follow that up with Kansas Profile with Ron Wilson, director of the Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development at K-State. Today Ron highlights Beachy’s Flowers and Produce, a fully hydroponic operation that uses state-of-the-art greenhouses to grow flowers and produce for their consumers.
00:23:05 – Cool-Season Lawn Care: K-State horticulturist Ward Upham ends today’s show by covering spring lawn care for cool-season lawns. He shares information on mowing, applying a light fertilizer if you didn’t fertilize in November, as well as using a crabgrass preventer in April and a weed killer for broadleaf weeds such as dandelions.
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