Storing scabby wheat on Aug. 7 Today's Ag The Aug. 7 edition of Today�s Ag includes advice from specialists on how to store wheat that contains scab.
Today�s Ag managing editor and host Carrie Law said South Dakota State University Extension Plant Pathologist Marty Draper and SDSU Extension Farm Machinery and Safety Specialist Dick Nicolai will offer tips on proper humidity and other measures to limit the damage from scab.
The show also includes a long lead outlook for temperature and precipitation. SDSU Extension State Climatologist Dennis Todey discusses what climate patterns are shaping the region�s weather.
In addition SDSU Extension Veterinarian Russ Daly will be on the show to discuss strategies to prevent anthrax in pasture livestock.
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