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Aug 4, 2022

  • Making ARC-CO and PLC Decisions
  • Wheat Rx Programs
  • Replanting Irises


00:01:17—Making ARC-C- and PLC Decisions— Rich Llewellyn, K-State ag econ Extension assistant, joins us to discuss year averages to aid producers in making their ARC-CO and PLC decisions for the upcoming farm bill, the effects of rising interest rates, and what to expect at the upcoming Risk and Profit Conference and Agricultural Lenders Conferences

Ag Manager Website

Risk and Profit Conference

Ag Lenders Conferences

00:12:06 —Wheat Rx Programs— K-State wheat and forage specialist, Romulo Lollato, shares insightful information on upcoming Wheat Rx Programs which will provide attendees with information on how to overcome wheat challenges with increasing both yield and quality

Wheat Rx Event - August 9th

Wheat Rx Event - August 10th

00:23:05—Replanting Irises — K-State Research and Extension horticulture agent for Riley County, Gregg Eyestone, explains how to divide and replant iris to control overgrowth and increase bloom quality


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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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