- K-State Sheep and Goat Center and Kansas Profile
- Annual Forage Insurance
- Container Gardening
00:01:05 – K-State Sheep and Goat Center and Kansas Profile: Beginning today’s show is Payton Dahmer, supervisor of the K-State Sheep and Goat Center, to discuss what is taking place at the center. We are also joined by Ron Wilson for a Kansas Profile with information about the Stafford County Port Authority.
00:12:05 – Annual Forage Insurance: K-State Extension agriculture policy specialist Jenny Ifft continues the show with information about annual forage insurance. She says there were 135,000 Kansas acres enrolled in it last year.
00:23:11 – Container Gardening: Rounding out today’s show is K-State nursery crop and marketing specialist, Cheryl Boyer. She says new research is focusing on using substrate stratification to reduce water use, especially in larger containers.
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