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Dec 13, 2022

  • The New Chemical Weed Control Guide is Out
  • Economic Challenges Facing the Agricultural Sector
  • How Did Corn Hybrids Perform for Your Neighbors?


00:01:08 – The New Chemical Weed Control Guide is Out: K-State weed science specialist, Sarah Lancaster, discusses the newest edition of the Chemical Weed Control Guide for 2023. She talks through information on new corn and soybean products that were added this year and covers the latest changes from the EPA regarding enforcement of the Endangered Species Act and how that might affect Kansas producers.

The new 2023 Chemical Weed Control Guide

00:12:09 – Economic Challenges Facing the Agricultural Sector: K-State agricultural economics professor, Dr. Vincent Amanor-Boadu, discusses the current economy and steps business owners and leaders in the agricultural industry can take to combat challenges they’re currently facing.


00:31:11 – How Did Corn Hybrids Perform for Your Neighbors?: As dairy producers select seed for corn silage for 2023, K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk encourages producers to not only look at trial results, but talk with their neighbors about the performance of the corn hybrids they’ve used over the last few years.


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