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Nov 3, 2022

  • College of Ag Headlines for October
  • Producer’s Experience with the LandLink Program
  • Caring for House Plants this Fall and Winter


00:01:09— College of Ag Headlines for October: K-State College of Agriculture Dean Ernie Minton joins us for the month of October’s edition of Statewide. He highlights some of the latest from the college including researchers earning a $2 million grant to support nitrogen smart sorghum production, exploring work in digital agriculture, and interesting consumer trends surrounding college football season.

Kansas Farm Bureau supporting new K-State infrastructure

$2 million Climate Smart sorghum research at K-State

K-State's collaborative work in digital agriculture

The importance of having an advance health directive in place

K-State economist's outlook on college football boosting meat demand

00:12:06 — Producer’s Experience with the LankLink Program: Director of the Office of Farm and Ranch Transition here at K-State, Ashlee Westerhold, joins us again to discuss the Kansas LandLink program. We are also joined by Kansas producer, Dale Springer, who is currently a participant in the program. He shares why he decided to participate in this program, his experience with it so far, and what he is looking for in a successor.

AgKansition's LandLink Program website

00:23:04 — Caring for House Plants this Fall and Winter: We end with K-State Research and Extension horticulture agent for Johnson County, Dennis Patton. For this week’s horticulture segment, Dennis offers advice on taking care of house plants this fall and winter.


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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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