Sep 28, 2021
00:01:09--Technology and Farm Life-- K-State precision agricultural economist Terry Griffin and co-researcher LaVona Traywick of the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education talk about their latest study of precision farming technology adoption...this time, they centered on how the use of technology relates to farmer quality of life, as well as the human capital on the farm or ranch...they say this information can be useful in technology investment decisions
00:12:14--Crop Lodging Problems-- K-State row crop disease specialist Rodrigo Onofre talks about numerous incidents of lodging in corn and grain sorghum stands as harvest is underway...he points to the two stalk rot pathogens largely responsible for that lodging, and what producers should think about in preventing a reoccurrence in the next growing season
00:23:16--Agricultural News--Eric Atkinson covers the day’s agricultural news headlines, and dairy specialist Mike Brouk of K-State presents this week’s edition of Milk Lines
00:31:12--Prairie Dog Impact-- In his final radio segment after 31 years as a weekly guest, retired K-State wildlife specialist Charlie Lee takes on a long-standing subject of interest in the High Plains: the impact of prairie dog activity on grazing lands and the ensuing forage availability for cattle
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