A regular call-in information program dealing with agricultural and gardening issues in Montana. Presented by MontanaPBS in association with Montana State University Extension, this program invites experts onto the panel to discuss everything from pesticide use, and large-scale agricultural techniques to backyard gardening questions and even which mushroom to pick in the woods.
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A panel discusses the water supply in Montana, including long and short term availability.
Coordinated conservation can benefit both the environment and production agriculture.
Fall fertilization in both farm and urban settings.
Emily Glunk discusses livestock forage.
How does Montana State University Ag Research Centers solve today's agriculture problems?
Gardening issues: what happened in your garden this year?
Mac Burgess, MSU's new small farm agronomy expert will talk about the small farm movement
Kathy Cripps, MSU mycologist, talks about mushrooms in the wild.