loader from loading.io

Elizabeth Kiss — Money, Health, Generations

Dig Deep - Kansas State University Ag Research

Release Date: 04/14/2020

Elaine Johannes -- Youth, Families, and COVID-19 show art Elaine Johannes -- Youth, Families, and COVID-19

Dig Deep - Kansas State University Ag Research

Elaine Johannes, K-State Research and Extension specialist in youth development, adolescent health and community engagement, discusses some of the ways COVID-19 is impacting education, cognitive and social development, and family relationships.

info_outline
Jason Griffin -- Hemp Research show art Jason Griffin -- Hemp Research

Dig Deep - Kansas State University Ag Research

Industrial hemp production is legal in Kansas. Arguably the top hemp researcher in Kansas, Jason Griffin left landscape horticulture behind to help farmers maximize production, and stay on the right side of the law.

info_outline
Land Lease Agreements -- Mykel Taylor show art Land Lease Agreements -- Mykel Taylor

Dig Deep - Kansas State University Ag Research

Mykel Taylor, an associate professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Kansas State University, has spent several years looking at the land lease arrangements between farmers and land owners.

info_outline
K.C. Olson -- Prescribed Burning show art K.C. Olson -- Prescribed Burning

Dig Deep - Kansas State University Ag Research

By shifting some prescribed burning from spring to late summer, can beef cattle producers retain many of the current benefits of this practice, while reducing the impact of what is arguably the "supervillain" among noxious weeds in Kansas rangelands?

info_outline
Terry Griffin -- Big Data show art Terry Griffin -- Big Data

Dig Deep - Kansas State University Ag Research

Terry Griffin, a K-State Research and Extension cropping systems economist, studies the “Big Data” generated by today’s agricultural producers, and the technology they use—who owns all this data, who has rights to it, and where does it all go?

info_outline
Ignacio Ciampitti — Cropping Systems show art Ignacio Ciampitti — Cropping Systems

Dig Deep - Kansas State University Ag Research

Ignacio Ciampitti is the cropping systems agronomist for K-State Research and Extension. He focuses on rotations of two or more crops (cover crops, too!), and says that the word of the decade is "quality," as grain markets become more specialized.

info_outline
Dan Flippo -- Agricultural Robotics show art Dan Flippo -- Agricultural Robotics

Dig Deep - Kansas State University Ag Research

Dan Flippo, an associate professor in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, explains some of the emerging technology that both universities and private corporations are working that could revolutionize agriculture in the next 20-30 years, or less.

info_outline
Sarah Lancaster -- Weed Scientist show art Sarah Lancaster -- Weed Scientist

Dig Deep - Kansas State University Ag Research

When a plant is out of place, you generally want to get rid of it--that's when Sarah Lancaster gets to work. While other agronomists are working with things like wheat and soybeans, Sarah studies their nemeses--weeds.

info_outline
Elizabeth Kiss — Money, Health, Generations show art Elizabeth Kiss — Money, Health, Generations

Dig Deep - Kansas State University Ag Research

Elizabeth Kish is a family resource management specialist for K-State Research and Extension. She'll discuss her research into the connection between money and health, and how major events have influenced financial views for different generations.

info_outline
Ward Upham -- Ward Upham -- "Electronic" Horticulturist

Dig Deep - Kansas State University Ag Research

During his tenure with K-State Research and Extension, Ward Upham has put more research into the hands of stakeholders and local agents than, well, most anyone else in the organization.

info_outline
 
More Episodes

Is there a connection between how you manage your money, and how you manage your health? Elizabeth Kish is an associate professor in the School of Family Studies and Human Services at Kansas State University, and is also the K-State Research and Extension specialist in family resource management. She'll discuss her research into the connection between money and health, and how major events have influenced financial views for different generations.