Jul 20, 2021
00:01:10--Sorghum Weed Management--K-State weed management specialist Sarah Lancaster goes over the best herbicide options for controlling rapidly-advancing Palmer amaranth infestations in grain sorghum...she says that growers need to get on top of those weeds as quickly as possible...she also reminds producers about knocking out any volunteer wheat that might now be turning up in wheat stubble
00:12:10--Wheat Mite Control--K-State crop entomologist Jeff Whitworth follows up with more on the wheat curl mite, which vectors wheat streak mosaic disease, saying that controlling that volunteer wheat is but part of the answer for keeping those mites from infesting newly-planted wheat this fall
00:23:11--Agricultural News--Eric Atkinson reports on the USDA’s weekly crop condition report for Kansas, and K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk presents this week’s “Milk Lines”
00:31:14--Knowing Beaver Ecology--On this week's wildlife management segment, former K-State wildlife specialist Charlie Lee talks about the ecological importance of beavers, and how that should factor into beaver damage control
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