Protecting your plants

Nearly every farmer in the “Sunflower State” has crop insurance.

With the drought lingering and the harvest on the horizon, yields are coming into focus.

Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert went out to K-State to take a closer look at what’s covered in this protection.

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