Dec 10, 2019
• A review of this year’s research work with industrial hemp
• Agricultural news, and the latest “Milk Lines”
• Hunters, landowners and deer population management…
00:01:30 – Hemp Research Update: The director of K-State's John C. Pair Horticultural Center, Jason Griffin, discusses his research work this past year with industrial hemp as a specialty crop for Kansas: he conducted variety performance trials for three kinds of industrial hemp...for CBD production, for fiber production and for dual-purpose grain and fiber production...he came up with information that will help shed light on the viability of industrial hemp as an alternative crop in this state.
00:12:43 – Hemp Research Update (Part 2): Continued discussion with Jason Griffin, director of K-State's John C. Pair Horticultural Center. In this segment, he specifically covers ways of identifying the operation's financial position and creating a cash flow projection for the months ahead, using financial benchmarking and other tools...he says that this should go beyond the normal end-of-year tax management.
00:24:10 – Ag News: Eric Atkinson covers the day's agricultural news headlines, along with this week's edition of "Milk Lines."
00:32:22 – Deer Population Management: K-State wildlife specialist Charlie Lee talks about the critical role that landowners and hunters play in deer population management.
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