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Nov 28, 2022

  • Irrigation Systems in the Winter and Kansas Cotton Research
  • Addressing Winter Kill Concerns 
  • Hemorraghic Diseases in Deer


00:01:14 – Irrigation Systems in the Winter and Kansas Cotton Research: We begin this week’s programming with advice on taking care of irrigation systems this winter from K-State Extension water specialist, Jonathan Aguilar. He also shares his excitement with recent research on cotton, he says growing the crop is both a science and an art.


00:12:07 – Addressing Winter Kill Concerns: Romulo Lollato, our K-State wheat specialist, joins us to explain the potential for winter kill in this year’s Kansas wheat crop and the various factors to take into account – especially this year’s drought.


00:23:07 – Hemorrhagic Diseases in Deer: We end with this week’s wildlife segment where K-State wildlife specialist, Drew Ricketts, shares a message on hemorrhagic diseases in deer and why we see greater cases during times of drought.


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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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