Ag Talk Radio and weekly article in The Courier

Listen to Ag Talk with Ed Lentz and Vaun Wickerham. The program airs weekday mornings on AM1330 WFIN at 5:40 and 8:55 or FM100.5 WKXA at 5:35 am. Ag Talk is also available all week long on InfoLine: call 419-421-8888 (menu option #5900). Audio mp3 files of past shows can be accessed as well as links to more information.

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Week of April 14 - 18

Courier Article Tues.
Be on the watch for 'super pigweed'
Monday Apr.14
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Selection of BT/Stacked corn hybrids
Tuesday Apr.15
mp3 graphic Farm Bureau's farm market basket survey
Wednesday Apr.16
mp3 graphic Pelletized lime - is it the quick PH cure?
Thursday Apr.17
mp3 graphic Assess your alfalfa stand
Friday Apr.18
mp3 graphic Horticulture - Tree school in Mansfield

Week of April 7 - 11

Courier Article Tues.
Cold may have thinned insect pests
Monday Apr.7
mp3 graphic Tips at corn planting
Tuesday Apr.8
mp3 graphic Spray equipment inspection
Wednesday Apr.9
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Website for well owners
Thursday Apr.10
mp3 graphic Preventing Grass Tetany
Friday Apr.11
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Entomology - Seed treatment and bees

Week of March 31 - April 4

Courier Article Tues.
Agencies offer well water information
Monday Mar.31
mp3 graphic Tips before planting corn
Tuesday Apr.1
mp3 graphic Corn flea beetle predictions
Wednesday Apr.2
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Wheat Wednesday - When will we see greenup?
Thursday Apr.3
mp3 graphic Spring pasture concerns
Friday Apr.4
mp3 graphic Horticulture - yard and garden spring prep

Week of March 24 - 28

Courier Article Tues.
Safe, abundant, affordable food
Monday Mar.24
mp3 graphic We want burgers!!
Tuesday Mar.25
mp3 graphic National Ag Day - 100th Birthday of Norman Borlaug
Wednesday Mar.26
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Wheat Wednesday - Stand evaluation
Thursday Mar.27
mp3 graphic Hay quality affects animal performance
Friday Mar.28
mp3 graphic Horticulture - Vegetables we can plant now

Week of March 17 - 21

Courier Article Tues.
Wheat able to Withstand Cold
Monday Mar.17
mp3 graphic Soybean starter fertilizer
Tuesday Mar.18
mp3 graphic Corn enhancer and starter study
Wednesday Mar.19
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Wheat Wednesday - Top dress Nitrogen rates
Thursday Mar.20
mp3 graphic Safety around barnyard babies
Friday
Mar.21
mp3 graphic Horticulture - Pruning shrubbery

Week of March 10 - 14

Courier Article Tues.
Hancock Corn Crop Set Record
Monday Mar.10
mp3 graphic Grain Bin Safety
Tuesday Mar.11 mp3 graphic Overview of Soybean Insects
Wednesday Mar.12
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Wheat Wednesday - Nitrogen Stabilizers
Thursday Mar.13
mp3 graphic Extreme cold and beef prices
Friday
Mar.14
mp3 graphic Horticulture - Starting annual flowers from seed

 

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