- Creating Connections for Sorghum
- July Statewide and Pig Heat Stress Tool
- Saving Plants in the Landscape
00:01:05 – Creating Connections for Sorghum: Starting today’s show is Sarah Sexton-Bowser with the Center of Sorghum Improvement, and Terry Felderhoff, K-State molecular sorghum breeder, as they talk about an award from USDA that will support building relationships to further sorghum.
00:12:05 – July Statewide and Pig Heat Stress Tool: Continuing the show is K-State’s College of Agriculture Dean Ernie Minton with a rundown from his recent Statewide. We are also joined by USDA’s Rod Bain and Jay Johnson as they talk about an app to track heat stress in pigs.
00:23:05 – Saving Plants in the Landscape: Rounding out today’s show is K-State horticulturist Ward Upham as he discusses which plants in the home landscape are the most important to save – especially if water restrictions are in effect.
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