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.
Susan Schlicting and 4-H teen volunteer, Rylee Torline, explain what the 4-H Day Camp is all about.
If you’ve noticed a large amount of moths around your house the last few weeks, Stacy Campbell has the reason why.
As the temperatures get warmer, more weeds start appearing. Holly Dickman points out a certain weed she has been receiving several phone calls recently.
If you’ve thought of selling items at the Farmers Market, Linda Beech has a few suggestions.
Winter injury and drought stress are showing up on our trees and shrubs. With what to look for is Ellis County Horticulture agent, Holly Dickman.
Linda Beech has a few suggestions for those of us who like to preserve our vegetables from this years garden.
With Summer approaching quickly, that means there are plenty of camps for kids coming up. With more on those events is Susan Schlicting.
A new pest of grain sorghum called called the “Sugarcane Aphid” is working it’s way into Kansas. Stacy Campbell talks with K-State Entomologist, J.P. Michaud, and finds out more.