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00:01:29 – 2020 Kansas Net Farm Income Report: The executive director of the Kansas Farm Management Association at K-State, Kevin Herbel, and six association economists discuss the numbers from the KFMA's just-released 2020 Kansas Net Farm Income Report: They look at the average net farm income for the state and for the six KFMA regions, highlighting the percentage of that income attributable to government payments. And they talk about the other factors that led to a strong income year for most producers. Joining Kevin are Jordan Steele, Lindsay Bryant, Bob Kohman, Clay Simons, Craig Althauser and Dillon Rapp.
00:29:30 – K-State Garden Hour webinar preview - Xeriscaping: On this week's horticulture segment, Shawnee County Extension horticulture agent Ariel Whitely Noll talks about xeriscaping: designing a home landscape for limited water use. It's the topic she'll be addressing during the next K-State Garden Hour webinar.
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