- Emerald Ash Borer
- Center on Vaccine Evaluations and Alternatives for Antimicrobials
- Garden Hour Preview of Native Plants
00:01:05 – Emerald Ash Borer: Ryan Rastok, forest health coordinator at Kansas Forest Service, begins the show with information for people about Emerald Ash Borer and how it is important to be proactive and watchful for this beetle.
00:12:05 – Center on Vaccine Evaluations and Alternatives for Antimicrobials: The new Center on Vaccine Evaluation and Alternatives for Antimicrobials director, Jishu Shi, continues the show to discuss what the center intends to do. We are also joined by Mary Marsh from Kansas Wheat.
00:23:06 – Garden Hour Preview of Native Plants: Concluding today’s show is Douglas County Horticulture and Natural Resources Extension Agent, Dr. Sharon Ashworth, as she provides a preview of the August K-State Garden Hour presentation on the ecological benefits of native plants.
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