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Aug 25, 2022

  • Plant Pathology Minor and Undergraduate Research
  • Tips for Canola
  • Fall Lawn Care


00:01:11—Plant Pathology Minor and Undergraduate Research — K-State professor and department head of plant pathology, Megan Kennelly, joins us to share opportunities for undergraduates to get involved in the K-State Plant Pathology Department through either the completion of their minor or involvement in research

Plant Pathology Department Website

00:12:11 —Tips for Canola — Mike Stamm, K-State canola breeder, discusses the 2022 growing season for canola and tips for preparing for planting in the next several weeks

Canola Page on the KSU Agronomy Department Website

Great Plains Production Canola Handbook

00:23:03—Fall Lawn Care —  In the first of a three-week series on fall lawn care, K-State horticulture agent, Dennis Patton, explains that all grass seed is not the same and that buying quality seed begins with knowing how to decipher the seed label

KSRE publications on:

Maintaining Good Lawns with Less Water 

Tall Fescue Lawns

Mowing Your Lawn



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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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