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Mar 31, 2022

  • Adjuvant Effectiveness in Improving Weed Control
  • KFMA Discusses Farm and Ranch Recordkeeping
  • Tips for Raised Bed Gardening


00:01:00 – Adjuvant Effectiveness in Improving Weed Control: K-State weed management specialist Sarah Lancaster discusses selection and use of adjuvant products additives to herbicides, looking at the various functions that adjuvants perform in improving weed control...she's advising producers to ask questions about the effectiveness of a given adjuvant before investing in it...she also passes along important news for soybean and cotton producers in southeast Kansas about the availability of Enlist herbicides for use this growing season


00:12:00 – KFMA Discusses Farm and Ranch Recordkeeping: From the Kansas Farm Management Association at K-State, Chelsea Plummer and Tressie Mitzner offer recommendations to producers about farm and ranch working with KFMA members, they've encountered a few situations where inadequate records led to financial management and tax reporting complications...this was the subject on the latest edition of a new KFMA podcast series


00:23:00 – Tips for Raised Bed Gardening: On this week's horticulture segment, Johnson County Extension horticulture agent Dennis Patton returns to talk about raised bed gardening


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