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WOYM – Organic Growth

(00:00) - Introduction to Wheat's on Your Mind Podcast (00:25) - Guest Introduction: Tim Raile and his family farm (00:47) - Brief history of Tim's family farm (01:05) - Tim's family migration from Moldova/Ukraine to Kansas (01:23) - Mennonites and turkey red wheat (01:42) - Catherine The Great and German farmers in Russia (02:08) - Genealogy research by Tim's sister (02:34) - Contemplating organic farming (03:11) - Transition to no-till farming in late 1990s (03:41) - Issues with no-till farming and chemical resistance (04:19) - First organic crop from expiring CRP land (04:44) - Decision to convert entire farm to organic (05:21) - Organic certification process (06:33) - Equipment changes for organic farming (07:19) - Crop rotation and organic wheat operation (08:34) - Identifying marketplaces for organic crops (09:50) - Marketing strategies and building relationships with mills (10:51) - On-farm storage and logistics (12:26) - Challenges in storing organic wheat (13:18) - Agronomics of organic wheat: inputs, fertilizer, and pest control (14:58) - Defining quality for food-grade wheat (16:38) - Selecting wheat varieties for organic farming (17:21) - Rust resistance and weed control strategies (18:01) - Drill spacing and seed population (18:39) - Advice for farmers considering organic conversion (19:59) - Challenges and rewards of organic farming (21:33) - Traceability and relationships with end users (22:48) - Growth of organic market and demand (23:44) - Scrutiny on imported organic commodities (25:10) - Mentoring other farmers in organic transition (25:29) - Reflections on organic farming journey (26:37) - Opportunities for Kansas farmers in organic farming (27:51) - Soil health and regenerative agriculture (29:46) - Strength and resilience of organic crops (30:06) - Closing remarks and contact information Kansas Wheat

June 18 • 30m 25.3s

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WOYM – Organic Growth

(00:00) - Introduction to Wheat's on Your Mind Podcast (00:25) - Guest Introduction: Tim Raile and his family farm (00:47) - Brief history of Tim's family farm (01:05) - Tim's family migration from Moldova/Ukraine to Kansas (01:23) - Mennonites and turkey red wheat (01:42) - Catherine The Great and German farmers in Russia (02:08) - Genealogy research by Tim's sister (02:34) - Contemplating organic farming (03:11) - Transition to no-till farming in late 1990s (03:41) - Issues with no-till farming and chemical resistance (04:19) - First organic crop from expiring CRP land (04:44) - Decision to convert entire farm to organic (05:21) - Organic certification process (06:33) - Equipment changes for organic farming (07:19) - Crop rotation and organic wheat operation (08:34) - Identifying marketplaces for organic crops (09:50) - Marketing strategies and building relationships with mills (10:51) - On-farm storage and logistics (12:26) - Challenges in storing organic wheat (13:18) - Agronomics of organic wheat: inputs, fertilizer, and pest control (14:58) - Defining quality for food-grade wheat (16:38) - Selecting wheat varieties for organic farming (17:21) - Rust resistance and weed control strategies (18:01) - Drill spacing and seed population (18:39) - Advice for farmers considering organic conversion (19:59) - Challenges and rewards of organic farming (21:33) - Traceability and relationships with end users (22:48) - Growth of organic market and demand (23:44) - Scrutiny on imported organic commodities (25:10) - Mentoring other farmers in organic transition (25:29) - Reflections on organic farming journey (26:37) - Opportunities for Kansas farmers in organic farming (27:51) - Soil health and regenerative agriculture (29:46) - Strength and resilience of organic crops (30:06) - Closing remarks and contact information Kansas Wheat

June 18 • 30m 25.3s
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WOYM – Jon Rich, AgriPro Wheat

AgriPro Wheat website (00:00:03) Welcome to the podcast. (00:00:22) Jon Rich is introduced, with details about his background and family. (00:00:57) Jon shares how his passion for agriculture started with his grandparents' farm and his father's work as a wheat breeder. (00:02:14) He credits his mother for instilling tenacity in him, which is crucial in plant breeding. (00:02:36) Jon discusses his mentors, including Joe Martin, Rollie Sears, and Harold Erickson, who taught him valuable lessons. (00:06:13) Jon highlights AgriPro's history and transformation, becoming the largest private wheat breeding program in the US. (00:07:46) He explains the collaboration between public and private breeding programs, sharing germplasm strategically to improve disease tolerance and yield. (00:10:33) Jon emphasizes the proliferation of varieties, giving farmers more options to place different genetics on their farms. (00:12:16) He discusses the benefits of having wheat in crop rotations, including soil health, weed resistance management, and cash flow. (00:14:28) Jon talks about the potential of wheat yields, even in unstable climates, and the role of hybrid wheat in pushing yield boundaries. (00:18:34) He addresses the scalability challenges of hybrid wheat production and what they have learned from their launch of spring wheat. (00:22:30) Jon provides an update on AgriPro's hybrid wheat timeline, with significant spring wheat launches in 2025 and winter wheat following a year or two later. (00:25:32) He explains the science behind hybrid wheat, including the complexities of maintaining male-sterile and restorer lines. (00:29:15) Jon acknowledges the challenges of being a winter wheat breeder compared to spring wheat, due to the unpredictable growing conditions. (00:32:20) He discusses the importance of consistency in wheat breeding, aiming for top-end yields while avoiding "one-hit wonders." (00:33:58) Jon talks about balancing quality and yield in breeding, highlighting AgriPro's role in establishing the Platte program. (00:37:15) He shares his thoughts on the potential of gene editing and GMO wheat, emphasizing the need to explore all available technologies. (00:40:40) Jon expresses his passion for helping the next generation navigate the corporate world, focusing on people skills, adaptability, and tenacity. (00:44:23) In closing, he encourages farmers to control what they can control and remain optimistic, praising the collaborative efforts in improving wheat genetics. Kansas Wheat

June 4 • 46m 48.8s
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WOYM – Growing Wheat (Trigo) In Brazil

(00:00) Welcome and introduction (00:21) Andre's background and connection to Manhattan, Kansas (00:48) The reason for Andre's visit to Manhattan (00:54) Andre's experience living in Manhattan for his PhD studies (01:20) Andre's fondness for Manhattan and the wheat community (01:44) The founding of Andre's company Biotrigo in 2008 (02:01) The origins of Biotrigo and Andre's previous company (02:27) The importance of Andre's training at K-State for Biotrigo's growth (02:55) An overview of wheat production regions in Brazil (03:35) Brazil's status as a wheat importer and exporter (04:28) The logistics challenges of distributing wheat within Brazil (05:00) The climate and growing conditions for spring wheat in southern Brazil (06:02) The challenges of growing wheat in southern Brazil's wet climate (07:01) The benefits of breeding wheat in disease-prone environments (07:15) Fungicide applications for wheat crops in Brazil (08:06) Typical crop rotations involving wheat in Brazil (09:13) The planting and harvesting windows for spring wheat in Brazil (09:54) The role of altitude in wheat production in Brazil (10:36) A comparison of wheat quality goals between Brazil and Kansas (11:47) Breeding efforts to address DON levels from Fusarium Head Blight (12:40) The role of Argentine wheat imports in Brazil (13:50) Opportunities for improving wheat trade with Brazil (14:40) Andre's goal of expanding wheat production in the Cerrado region (15:45) The challenges of growing wheat in the Cerrado region (17:01) On-farm storage challenges for wheat in Brazil (18:49) A new ethanol plant in Brazil using wheat as a feedstock (20:13) Contracting wheat varieties for the ethanol plant (21:50) The introduction of GMO wheat in Argentina (24:17) Andre's perspective on the potential for GMO wheat adoption (24:37) Collaborations and exchange of genetics in the wheat breeding community (25:33) The differences between public and private wheat breeding programs (27:22) Brazil's potential to be a major agricultural player globally (29:57) The importance of long-term science funding for agriculture (30:19) Closing remarks Kansas Wheat

May 21 • 31m 19.2s
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WOYM – A Brazilian Reasons Why

(00:00) Romolo's surprise at the rapid development in the Mato Grosso region (03:38) Similarities between Brazilian and American farmers: love for their work and daily risks (04:46) John's impressions: homogenous soils, abundant rainfall, and productive capacity (05:56) Ken's familiarity with the southern regions and livestock integration (07:26) Chris's blind approach and realization of shared challenges between farmers (08:34) Explanation of Brazil's red, oxidized, and acidic soils (10:56) Typical crop rotation in Mato Grosso: early soybeans followed by second-crop corn (13:48) Intensive inputs required, including multiple fungicide applications (15:03) Chris's observations on emerging challenges like nematodes and biological solutions (17:30) John's perspective on Brazil's competitiveness and currency exchange issues (20:29) Ken's amazement at field operations continuing after a 1.5-inch rain (21:29) Government regulations and corporate boycotts faced by Brazilian farmers (25:16) Anecdote about a farmer replanting a small area to regain market access (27:41) Historical context of land development, similar to the US (29:49) Logistical challenges with a single two-lane highway for transportation (32:33) Potential impact of improved transportation infrastructure (35:53) John's perspective on investment opportunities and nationalist sentiments (39:15) Comparison of public extension systems between Brazil and the US (40:44) Ken's thoughts on maintaining US competitiveness through regulations and research (43:42) Biotrigo, a wheat breeding company founded by K-State graduates (44:37) John's concerns about Brazil's potential dominance with biotech wheat (46:57) Romolo's insights into Brazil's diversity and melting pot culture (49:53) Potential for expanding cropland by intensifying degraded pastures (50:25) Challenges of fertilizer imports and input costs for Brazilian farmers (52:32) Chris's appreciation for soil health practices after witnessing Brazil's challenges (53:55) Ken's interest in revisiting southern Brazil for tourism and cultural immersion (55:37) John's desire to return in 5-10 years to witness Brazil's agricultural advancements (56:42) Chris's curiosity about generational transitions and labor availability (58:28) Romolo's final thoughts on potential areas for knowledge exchange, like sugarcane production, integrated forestry-pasture-crop systems, and grower-funded research models. Kansas Wheat

May 7 • 1h 1m 37.9s
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WOYM – The Podcast About a Podcast, Agro Connection

What is in this episode (00:00:03) Welcome to the podcast (00:00:25) Agro Connection is an international information portal connecting people interested in pushing the frontiers of agricultural knowledge. Its award-winning podcast has over 9000 downloads in less than two years, and its YouTube videos have reached 4600 subscribers and nearly 200,000 views. (00:00:56) Carlos Pires, one of Agro Connection's founders, recently received his PhD in agronomy and soil science at Kansas State University. (00:01:17) Carlos discusses his background and how he decided to pursue agronomy, influenced by his family's involvement in the field. (00:02:01) At age 13, Carlos left home to attend a vocational school focused on agriculture and livestock, making the choice between pursuing soccer or a degree. (00:03:19) It's common for 13-year-olds in Carlos's home state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, to attend vocational schools if interested in agriculture, often sponsored by local co-ops. (00:04:09) Carlos's family immigrated from Italy in the late 1800s, with one of the first agronomists in the family being Clovis. (00:04:45) Many Brazilians dream of getting their education in the United States due to the opportunity to learn English and the country's leadership in agriculture. (00:05:51) In Rio Grande do Sul, spring wheat is primarily grown, fitting well into the rotation with soybeans and corn. (00:06:46) Carlos met Professor Chuck Rice, who had an appointment at the Federal University of Santa Maria, sparking his interest in coming to Kansas State University. (00:08:01) The idea for the Agro Connection podcast came about during a trip to Florida during the pandemic, as a way to connect Brazilian and American agriculture. (00:09:20) The podcast aimed to contribute information from Brazilians around the world back to farmers and consultants in Brazil. (00:10:53) The first podcast episode discussed "Agriculture in the Future," followed by an episode on "Wheat in Kansas." (00:11:38) The podcast's initial success motivated Carlos and his team to continue, receiving positive feedback from colleagues and students using the material in classrooms. (00:12:53) The name "Agro Connection" was chosen through a poll, fitting the podcast's purpose of connecting people. (00:14:06) The podcast is a hobby, with two episodes recorded per month after 5:00 PM and promoted primarily through Instagram. (00:15:40) Videos were added to the YouTube channel, becoming a significant part of Agro Connection's content, with some videos reaching 55,000 views. (00:18:02) The videos received both positive and negative feedback, with some viewers questioning their authenticity due to the potential impact on crop prices. (00:20:09) Carlos explains the differences between Brazilian and American soils, emphasizing the need to translate information appropriately for each region. (00:21:24) While Brazil has access to many of the same technologies as the US, some newer technologies like see-and-spray are first tested in the US before reaching Brazil. (00:22:08) The podcast itself has not been monetized, but sponsors have covered the costs of the crop tour videos. (00:23:59) The podcast won an award in Brazil after its first year, competing against major media companies and motivating the team to continue their efforts. (00:25:05) Carlos discusses how the idea for organizing trips to the US for Brazilians evolved, leading to the recent trip organized for the Kansas Agricultural and Rural Leadership Program. (00:27:05) Agro Connection is now exploring organizing trips focused on regenerative agriculture, soil health, and the use of biologicals, taking Americans to Brazil. (00:30:16) Carlos shares what he learned about his own country through the experience of guiding the American group, including exposure to different biomes and the connections between farmers from both countries. (00:32:04) While Carlos has a new position at North Dakota State University, the demand for the travel business may compete with his day job. (00:33:09) Agro Connection involves a network of Brazilian students in the US, exposing them to extension, communication, education, and engagement with farmers. (00:35:05) Carlos plans to continue the podcast, videos, and trips, as they align with his passion for research and extension, engaging farmers from both countries. (00:35:49) Carlos notes similarities between Brazilian and American farmers in their concern for profitability, while differences include labor availability and the scale of operations. (00:37:55) Carlos expresses gratitude for the welcoming nature of farmers in both countries and their willingness to share knowledge. (00:38:02) For more information, visit www.agroconnection.net or follow @agroconnection on Instagram. (00:39:14) Carlos reflects on the importance of Agro Connection as a side project connected to his research and extension goals at Kansas State University. KSWheat.com AgroConnection.net Kansas Wheat

April 23 • 40m 1.3s
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WOYM – Gone With The Wind

Kansas Wheat Podcast Timestamps: Surviving a Tornado - The Story of Ken and Deb Wood (00:00:02) Introduction to the "Wheat's on Your Mind" podcast by Aaron Harries, featuring guests Ken and Deb Wood, who share their harrowing experience with a devastating tornado in Chapman, Kansas. (00:00:33) A detailed account of the tornado's impact, highlighting its EF four rating and the extensive damage it caused, including the near miss of Chapman town. (00:01:14) Ken and Deb Wood's farmstead, the epicenter of the tornado's worst damage, is introduced, along with their backgrounds in agriculture and community service. (00:01:41) Ken describes their farm operation and the state of their homestead just before the storm hit, painting a picture of their life prior to the disaster. (00:02:45) Deb recounts her day leading up to the tornado, her initial reactions, and the slow realization of the impending danger. (00:03:40) Ken shares his whereabouts during the tornado and his disbelief at the severity of the weather event. (00:05:26) The couple discusses their communication during the tornado, their concerns for their community, and the unexpected path of the tornado. (00:06:32) Deb's experience in the basement during the tornado, her preparations, and the moment of impact are vividly described. (00:08:24) The aftermath of the tornado is detailed, including the destruction of their brick house and Deb's survival in the basement. (00:10:05) The first responder's arrival and Deb's rescue from the debris are recounted, highlighting the community's quick response. (00:12:09) Ken's reaction to learning about the direct hit on their home and his frantic drive back, navigating through the chaos and destruction. (00:15:11) The couple's first moments together after the tornado, the realization of their loss, and the support from the community are shared. (00:17:10) Ken and Deb discuss the immediate aftermath, including seeing the tornado's damage on video and the decision to rebuild their lives. (00:20:09) The process of cleaning up the homestead and fields, and the challenges of starting over, are explored. (00:32:01) The impact on their farming operation, the loss of equipment, and the community's assistance in the recovery process are discussed. (00:37:29) Deb talks about rebuilding their home, the considerations they had, and the importance of having a safe room. (00:41:34) The couple shares lessons learned from the disaster, emphasizing the importance of preparedness and community support. (00:46:08) Ken reflects on the decision to retire from farming, the transition process, and the value of community and industry connections. (00:53:15) Closing remarks and gratitude expressed by Aaron Harries for Ken and Deb Wood's willingness to share their story. Kansas Wheat

April 9 • 53m 36.4s
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WOYM – Eat Wheat

KSwheat.com EatWheat.org In this episode, we uncover the innovative strategies and platforms used to educate consumers about wheat, its benefits, and the farming process. Specifically: The evolution and impact of eatwheat.org, a program designed to bridge the gap between wheat farmers and consumers. How they leverage social media and digital content to target diverse audiences, from farmers to international consumers. The role of SEO and analytics in understanding consumer interests and driving traffic to wheat-related content. Adapting communication strategies to the changing media landscapes, including the shift from print to digital and targeted advertising. The importance of storytelling in connecting consumers with the origins of their food, featuring farmer profiles and educational resources on wheat varieties and uses. Challenges and opportunities in creating engaging content for platforms like TikTok and Instagram to inspire consumers about wheat foods. Join Aaron as Marsha Boswell shares her experience and knowledge on the importance of communication in agriculture, the innovative approaches they are taking to reach a broader audience, and the ongoing efforts to demystify the wheat production process for consumers.  Whether you're a farmer, a consumer curious about where your food comes from, or someone interested in agricultural marketing, this episode offers a wealth of insights into the power of effective communication in bridging the gap between farm and table.   For more information, visit kswheat.com and eatweat.org. Kansas Wheat

March 27 • 27m 8s
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WOYM – The Craft of Wheat Quality

Grain Craft’s Innovation and Quality Lab at the Kansas Wheat Innovation Center in Manhattan Kansas Wheat

March 12 • 31m 11.5s
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WOYM – Down in Africa

Chad Weigand, Regional Director of the Sub-Sahara African region for U.S. Wheat Associates joins Aaron on this episode to brief us on the markets for hard red winter wheat in different African countries. From Nigeria to South Africa, Chad shares insights about those countries’ preferences in wheat. Kansas Wheat

February 27 • 30m 2.8s
WOYM – He’s Got Good Genes, Eduard Akhunov cover art

WOYM – He’s Got Good Genes, Eduard Akhunov

KS Wheat Website   Kansas Wheat

February 13 • 36m 9.4s
WOYM – Heartland Plant Innovations, Dusti Gallagher cover art

WOYM – Heartland Plant Innovations, Dusti Gallagher

KS Wheat Website Heartland Plant Innovations   Kansas Wheat

January 30 • 27m 59.3s
WOYM – The Roots of Radio, Eric Atkinson cover art

WOYM – The Roots of Radio, Eric Atkinson

KS Wheat Website Kansas Wheat

January 16 • 50m 15.4s
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WOYM – K-State 105: Extension and So Much More, Jessica Gnad

KS Wheat Website K-State 105 Kansas Wheat

January 2 • 22m 36.3s
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WOYM – Under The Wheat State Dome

KS Wheat Website Kansas Wheat

December 19 • 31m 45.2s
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WOYM – The Bright Future of Grain Science Education

KS Wheat Website Kansas Wheat

December 5 • 31m 56.1s
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WOYM - The Elevator Man

KS Wheat Website Kansas Wheat

November 21 • 37m 17.6s
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WOYM - It’s Spring in North Dakota

KS Wheat Website Kansas Wheat

November 7 • 39m 45.6s
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WOYM - As The Wheat World Turns (October Update)

KS Wheat Website Kansas Wheat

October 24 • 25m 58.9s
WOYM - Farmer Profile – Gary Millershaski cover art

WOYM - Farmer Profile – Gary Millershaski

KS Wheat Website Kansas Wheat

October 17 • 27m 15.1s
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WOYM – Wheat Way Down South

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October 3 • 42m 56.9s
WOYM – Legendary Leaders, The KARL Program cover art

WOYM – Legendary Leaders, The KARL Program

Kansas Association of Wheat Growers & Kansas Wheat Commission KARL Program Kansas Wheat

September 19 • 36m 56s
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WOYM – Wheat Weather With Ross

Kansas Association of Wheat Growers & Kansas Wheat Commission Ross Janssen Kansas Wheat

September 6 • 43m 36.8s
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WOYM – The Spirits of Boot Hill

Kansas Association of Wheat Growers & Kansas Wheat Commission Boot Hill Distillery  Kansas Wheat

August 22 • 27m 5.5s
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WOYM – Gluttons for Gluten

Kansas Association of Wheat Growers & Kansas Wheat Commission   Kansas Wheat

August 8 • 23m 22.7s
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WOYM – As The Wheat World Turns

Kansas Association of Wheat Growers & Kansas Wheat Commission Kansas Wheat

July 26 • 38m 27.3s
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WOYM - Thresher Nation- How Mennonites and Wheat Developed Kansas

Kansas Association of Wheat Growers & Kansas Wheat Commission Kansas Wheat

July 11 • 48m 24.5s
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WOYM - The ABC’s of Research Funding with Dr. Marty Draper

Kansas Association of Wheat Growers & Kansas Wheat Commission Kansas Wheat

June 27 • 39m 17.4s
WOYM - More than just an estimate with Dave Green, Wheat Quality Council cover art

WOYM - More than just an estimate with Dave Green, Wheat Quality Council

Wheat Quality Council Wheat Tour 2023 Kansas Association of Wheat Growers & Kansas Wheat Commission Kansas Wheat

June 13 • 52m 25.1s
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WOYM - How ‘bout this weather? With Christopher Redman

Kansas Wheat Commission and Kansas Association of Wheat Growers  Kansas Mesonet Wheat's On Your Mind Podcast Kansas Wheat

May 30 • 38m 13.1s
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WOYM - This Little Grain Went to the Market: Wheat Trade with Dalton Henry

Kansas Wheat Commission and Kansas Association of Wheat Growers  Kansas Wheat

May 16 • 51m 19.3s
WOYM - Aussie Wheat? He’s Your Guy - Guy Allen cover art

WOYM - Aussie Wheat? He’s Your Guy - Guy Allen

Kansas Wheat Commission and Kansas Association of Wheat Growers  IGP Institute Kansas Wheat

May 2 • 37m 57.4s
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WOYM - Ernie Minton: The Land Grant Revamp

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April 18 • 37m 6.2s
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WOYM - Yield vs. Protein: Breeding For Both

KSwheat.com WheatsOnYourMind.com Kansas Wheat

April 4 • 31m 6.1s
WOYM - Creating a Powerhouse: Jagger Wheat with Dr. Rollin Sears cover art

WOYM - Creating a Powerhouse: Jagger Wheat with Dr. Rollin Sears

KSwheat.com WheatsOnYourMind.com Kansas Wheat

March 21 • 36m 22.7s
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WOYM- One in a Brazillion: Dr Romulo Lollato (Part 2)

https://www.agronomy.k-state.edu/about/people/faculty/lollato-romulo/ Kansas Wheat

March 7 • 42m 17.4s
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WOYM- One in a Brazillion: Dr Romulo Lollato (Part 1)

https://www.agronomy.k-state.edu/about/people/faculty/lollato-romulo/ Kansas Wheat

February 21 • 41m 54.9s
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