Fall means it’s time to do a little garden clean-up, with some tips is Holly Dickman.
Stacy Campbell speaks with K-State Agricultural Research Weed Scientist, Phil Stahlman, about controlling kochia.
October 15 thru December 7 is Medicare (Part D) open enrollment. Linda Beech and special guest, Jamie Rathbun, explain what Medicare and Medicare (Part B) is and how you can benefit.
Susan Schlicting explains the benefits of 4-H.
Now is the time of year to enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables from the garden. Linda Beech explains the benefits.
Holly Dickman explains the importance of planting a tree correctly and talks about the City of Hays Tree Rebate Program.
Stacy Campbell explains how to get your hay tested.
It’s almost that time again for area farmers to plant wheat. The 2015 Kansas Wheat Seed Book is available for farmers to compare different types of wheat and the results of testing.
A chance to strengthen your leadership team with team building initiatives and rope challenges with Jim Cain, Ph.D. is the goal behind “At the End of Your Rope” to be held August 28 & 29 at the KSU Agricultural Research Center, in Hays.
Linda Beech and Jamie Rathburn explain “Prepare Kansas” and how you can participate.
Holly Dickman answers some of the questions about problems with tomato plants this time of year.
Holly has been taking several phone calls about problems with trees in the area and shows us what is causing it.