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Jun 22, 2022

  • Property Tacking and Property Easements
  • Why Trees May Have Been Uprooted
  • How-To Tips for Harvesting Onions


00:01:00 – Property Tacking and Property Easements: K-State and Washburn University School of Law’s Roger McEowen covers two ag law cases recently brought before the Kansas Court of Appeals. The first is a case of property tacking and the second deals with property easement and advice on reading the fine print of those conditions for your own property


00:12:00 – Why Trees May Have Been Uprooted: In light of recent storm activity across Kansas, Ryan Rastok, forest health coordinator with the Kansas Forest Service, discusses why trees may have been uprooted and how trees can be better protected from sustaining storm-damage.


00:23:00 – How-To Tips for Harvesting Onions: In the first of two horticulture segments this week, K-State horticulturalist Ward Upham discusses the steps involved in harvesting onions



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Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Samantha Bennett and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.


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