Other Radio Programs
- Kansas Profile
Kansas Profile is a weekly radio feature hosted by Ron Wilson, director of the Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development.
- Milk Lines
Milk Lines is co-produced by the K-State College of Agriculture and the K-State Radio Network. Each week, dairy extension specialist Mike Brouk provides the latest information for today's dairy producers.
- Outbound: Kansas
Each week, K-State Research and Extension wildlife specialist Charlie Lee joins Eric Atkinson, agriculture director for the K-State Radio Network, to discuss a wide variety of wildlife issues of interest to farmers, ranchers, hunters and wildlife enthusiasts of all kinds.
Plantorama is a weekly five-minute interview with horticultural specialists at Kansas State University, covering timely topics in: home lawn care; vegetable, fruit and flower gardening; landscape design and ornamental plant care; indoor plant care; and horticultural pest control.
- President's Corner
Featured commentary from Richard Myers, Kansas State University president.
- Tree Tales
Tree Tales provides advice on tree care issues, tree selection and planting, and upcoming events and publications from the Kansas Forest Service.
- Weather Wonders
Kansas State University climatologist Mary Knapp offers this weekly series of short programs on weather phenomena and recent meteorological events in Kansas.
- Wheat Scoop
The Wheat Scoop is a weekly news feature from the Kansas Wheat Commission to inform wheat farmers, the grain industry and the public about the marketing and utilization of Kansas wheat. Scoops cover a wide range of topics, from breeding new wheat varieties to domestic and international utilization, as well as new uses, nutrition, and trends in domestic and international wheat foods and wheat flour consumption.
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