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Dec 1, 2022

  • Statewide Update on the K-State College of Agriculture
  • Will the Newly-Elected Congress Impact Corn Growers
  • 2023 International Master Gardener Conference


00:01:00 – Statewide Update on the K-State College of Agriculture: K-State College of Agriculture Dean Ernie Minton joins Kady Figge to discuss a variety of topics within the College and throughout Extension, including a large grant for one of the Feed the Future Labs at Kansas State and farm transition assistance that’s available for farmers and ranchers.


00:12:00 – Will the Newly-Elected Congress Impact Corn Growers:  Kathy Bergren with the National Corn Growers Association, provides an update on what they hope to see policy-wise with the newly-elected Congress.


00:23:00 – 2023 International Master Gardener Conference: An international conference is coming to Kansas in June. K-State Research and Extension horticulture agent for Johnson County, Dennis Patton, explains how the Extension Master Gardeners of Johnson County were awarded the bid to host the 2023 International Master Gardener Conference in Overland Park. 



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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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