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.
Alfalfa: Fall Care and Its Importance to Montana (No. 2202)
Alfalfa is one of our backbone crops and contributes much to the overall health of our agricultural community, although its importance is often overlooked. Tune in as Dennis Cash, professor of forage management, at Montana State University - Bozeman, talks about alfalfa and how to take care of it through the fall and winter. With the rest of the Ag Live panel, he'll take viewers' questions. Produced by Chris Seifert and Gene Brodeur for KUSM/MontanaPBS, MSU- Bozeman. (First Aired Sunday, September 26, 2004)