- Grain Market Update
- Fusarium Head Blight
- Waiting for Moisture
00:01:06 – Grain Market Update: Dan O’Brien, K-State grain economist, starts today’s show with a grain market update. Kansas producers are in the fields planting and the corn and soybean futures look to be expecting a good crop.
00:12:07 – Fusarium Head Blight: Continuing today’s show is K-State Extension wheat pathologist Kelsey Andersen Onofre on fusarium head blight in wheat, also known as scab. She discusses causes, symptoms and fungicides for scab.
00:23:06 – Waiting for Moisture: Chip Redmond, K-State meteorologist, competes this week’s programs with a weather update. He is holding out hope until mid-June for more moisture in Kansas.
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