Linda Beech explains how to handle raw chicken from the grocery store until the time it’s cooked.
Stacy Campbell tells us about wheat mosaic, which is a problem for wheat growers in the western half of the state.
Holly shows us what weeds we can expect to see during this time of the year and what we should do to control them.
Susan Schlicting talks about a few 4-H deadlines coming up soon.
Chances are, we all know someone that has been affected by cancer. Linda Beech gives us some tips to help prevent this terrible disease.
With precipitation and cool temperatures in the area, the wheat crop is susceptible to foliar leaf disease. Stacy Campbell explains.
April is the perfect time of year to plant trees. Holly Dickman has a few ideas on how to do it correctly.
Robyn Deines from Walnut Creek Extension, discusses Northwest Space-Tech Day held in Ellis, Kansas March 25th.
With summer’s busy activities, it becomes harder and harder to have a home-cooked meal with the family. Linda Beech shows shows us how to save time on those busy nights.
Gardening is just around the corner and Holly Dickman explains why soil testing is a good idea before you start that garden.
It’s time, once again, to think about soil testing. Stacy Campbell has some tips on how to get a good soil sample for testing.
Susan Schlicting talks about some learning projects coming up for 4-H.
It’s time, once again, to get a team together for Walk Kansas. Linda Beech has the details for this year’s event.