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Apr 21, 2022

  • K-State Farm Management Courses
  • Outstanding Agribusiness Alumni
  • Landscape Insect Activity



00:01:06—K-State Farm Management Courses--K-State agricultural economist Robin Reid has the details on two new K-State on-line courses for farmers and ranchers that cover economic risk management and farm financial management...these can be completed at one's own pace, and will provide information that can be immediately applied to one's operation, based on case study exercises



00:12:11—Outstanding Agribusiness Alumni --A visit with the 2022 Alumni Fellow for K-State's Global Campus, through which she earned her master’s degree in agribusiness:  Jennifer McDonald, who combined her K-State agribusiness education with her strong interest in winemaking to build and operate her own successful winery based in Wichita



00:23:08—Landscape Insect Activity--On this week's horticulture segment, K-State horticultural entomologist Raymond Cloyd responds to early questions he's been getting about numerous landscape insect pests, including clover mites, Nantucket pine tip moth and eastern tent caterpillar





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