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Mike Archer is a newly appointed fire watcher in the Wyoming woods. While he's never done anything like this before, he needed something new after his mom passed. Now he hopes to spend his days in a tower above the trees looking for fires and working on his new book. But things aren't as quiet and peaceful as he hoped. Strange interference blasts over his radio at night and he starts seeing and hearing creepy noises in the woods. But are these odd occurrences actually happening or is he just ...
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This fictional podcast follows David, a chronic sufferer of sleep paralysis on his annual camping trip with friends. But something evil from his dreams awaits.
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Crystal Blue is a sci-fi audio drama about fifteen military outcasts that evade dishonorable discharge and are instead sent to a remote grouping of planets known as the Theras. Thera II houses the base known as Crystal Blue, where each member is forced to work a specific job such as building air purifier towers, maintaining the base, or monitoring space travel. It's a boring job, but someone as to do it. But things get crazy when a mysterious shuttle crash lands on the planet, holding some s ...
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Once the snow is gone, it’s time to assess how the fall-seeded crops have fared. For much of Ontario, they not only did well, they’re already growing like weeds! For some areas of the province, the winter wheat crop is as much as five days ahead of the 10-year average. That’s where we start with... Read More…
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Here’s something you maybe didn’t know: Host of The Word, Peter ‘Wheat Pete’ Johnson started Wheat Pete’s Word a full NINE years ago, back before podcasts were cool. So let’s kick off the 10th year with something really special — like the second warmest winter on record since 1895! Johnson also discusses evaluating geese damage... Read More…
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Joey wants to be the second best P.I. all sides of the Mississippi. To reach that goal he needs to solve cases. Edith gives him one when she realizes she left her lunch on a city bus. Can Joey find it in time? He's going to try!! Music: "Bass Vibe", "Prelude and Action", "Sidewalk Shade", "Backbay Lounge", "On the Ground", Kevin MacLeod (incompetec…
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It’s the last week of March but the weather has turned cool and more average for this time of year. That means there’s plenty of questions streaming in as farmers get ready to hit the fields. This week on Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson has to make good on a bet, we learn about... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
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Our friends at Voyage Media are back with a new series called Cypress Creek. It's a dark comedy audio drama that looks behind the doors of your friends and neighbors and finds their dirty secrets. Joan's home was devastated by a flood after a hurricane. Her and her neighbors on the lower ridge of the Cypress Creek neighborhood are struggling to sur…
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It’s too soon to know if March will leave like a lion or a lamb, but points west are getting some heavy snow and much of Ontario is back to very cool and even cold temps. Cooler temps haven’t slowed down farmers’ enthusiasm for frost seeding or putting on some nitrogen and sulphur on wheat... Read More…
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Please check out the first episode of the immersive sci-fi thriller podcast DERELICT! From our friends at Night Rocket Productions. Listen to DERELICT: https://link.chtbl.com/JfuefeOQ DERELICT: FATHOM E1 - In the Dark We See The story of DERELICT begins with its prequel season, FATHOM, in which an ancient artifact that can only be described as a gi…
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Orders were given to take care of Amber. Too dazed and injured to move, she waits for the inevitable. Meanwhile, Mike is on the run and being followed. Will their paths cross? Music provided by: Taako @ Soundcloud.com/madebyTaako Additional Music Tracks: "Sierra's End" by Excantibusgaudium on Pond5.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaph…
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It won’t be long before planters and seeders are rolling for #plant24, but some areas will be well ahead of others, like southern Ontario. The mild winter has certainly got many thinking about field passes. From nitrogen and sulphur applications, to manure, and even maybe some early planting, wheels are turning. And with that comes... Read More…
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How did March begin where you are? If it came in like a lion does it leave like a lamb? Chances are slim, as Old Wives’ Tales aren’t usually very dependable, but we’ll soon find out as wicked weather hit the west but Ontario is nearly a month ahead of the calendar. For Peter “Wheat... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
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Oh my goodness, what a wild swing in temperatures! Ontario hit some record high daytime temperatures for February, only to have a huge cold front move in that had already socked in the Prairies. As much as we’d all like to think this is spring, it only feels that way. The calendar still says February,... Read More…
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When you think about managing crop residue breakdown, do you think about the carbon-to-nitrogen ratio of the residue? If not, it might be time to do so, as genetic advancements in corn, for example, has actually made it somewhat harder for stalks to breakdown. That’s just one discussion in this week’s episode of Wheat Pete’s... Read More…
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Amber realizes Gene has been keeping things from her, and after finding her tower ransacked, she's had enough. She thinks back on past events to what eventually led her to this point. It doesn't take long before she's presented with a choice: Go back with Gene or go after Mike? Which will she choose? Music provided by: Taako @ Soundcloud.com/madeby…
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A good portion of Ontario is nearing the end of what has been a very mild winter. Bare and sometimes thawed ground has many farmers asking if it’s too early for clover, for frost seeding, for tillage, and for patching in wheat crops. There’s also a saying that goes, “just because you can doesn’t mean... Read More…
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What’s one thing you love about agriculture in Canada? Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson wants us all to celebrate and share whatever that is next Tuesday on Canada’s Ag Day! Johnson’s got some thoughts on how to best share our thoughts about agriculture in this week’s podcast, but don’t worry, there’s also plenty of agronomic questions... Read More…
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Pop quiz: does water vapour insulate, and do cover crops cost yield? The answers: yes, and sometimes. To dive into to how cover crops might cost in yield potential but still save fuel, Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson kicks off another episode of the Wheat Pete’s Word podcast. Also on the episode: how a milder winter... Read More…
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It’s Wednesday, so that means it’s time for another episode of Wheat Pete’s Word! It’s also Bell Let’s Talk Day, a day designed to raise awareness about mental health and taking care of it. Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson is a fan of doing that year-round, of course, with his Wheat Pete’s 15. Once you’ve done... Read More…
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Winter is making itself known across all of Canada this week, after a polar vortex descended on Alberta, all the way to Ontario getting hit with snow, wind, and cold temps (for Ontario, mind you). That sparked some questions on fall-seeded crop survival, including canola, alfalfa, and wheat, which host Peter ‘Wheat Pete’ Johnson answers... Read Mor…
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Here it is! The Stone House finale!!! Val and Delilah's story comes to an end as they fight to survive. Can they escape Gavin's wrath, or will they succumb? Enjoy the two-hour finale full of terror, suspense, and action!! Music provided by: Taako @ soundcloud.com/madebytaako Additional tracks: "Night Vigil", "Long Note One", and "Gymnopedie No. 3" …
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Amber helps Mike search the caches, enjoying her time talking to him about all sorts of topics. It leads her to the idea of a meeting. Mike agrees, but when the time comes, he doesn't show up. Amber gets upset, especially when Mike abruptly tells her he wants to leave one drunken night. After some arguing with Gene, Amber finds out Mike has changed…
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Corn has some leaf lessons to teach us, if only we’ll listen. That’s just one of the take-home messages from last week’s Ontario Ag Conference, the SWAC stop, says Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson in this week’s podcast. There’s also a discussion on soil health, managing cover crops, and nitrogen use efficiency in corn. Have a... Read More…
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Happy New Year! What an incredible start to the year with the launch of the Professional Women’s Hockey League. Toronto lost, but so did Ottawa (in OT) on January 2. Not the greatest start for Ontario teams, but host Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson will take it. On to agronomy, this week’s challenge is to think... Read More…
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Happy holidays, one and all, and gather ’round as it’s time for the last episode of Wheat Pete’s Word for 2023! For this episode, host Peter Johnson is coming to you from the city of London — the British one — where he’s spending time with family, but also touring some farms and research plots... Read More…
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Amber chats with Mike about his book and gets started on her 5,000-piece puzzle. Things seem to be normal until a mysterious man shows up at her door one stormy night. He works for the company, but won't say much else. Amber starts getting some weird feelings about what she's doing out here. And Gene suspects it might be because she's starting to d…
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It turns out that even Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson is mortal, and in this week’s podcast you’ll likely end up feeling a little sorry for Mr. Johnson, as his voice has fallen victim to the winter woes. Nonetheless, our intrepid host of Wheat Pete’s Word still has managed to record this episode and in it... Read More…
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Hello, December! On this week’s episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson gets further in to the soil organic matter discussion, including the long-term legacy of manure applications, talks sulphur management, and compares some findings on the ROI on fungicide on corn. Have a question you’d like Wheat Pete to address or some field... Read Mo…
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As the holidays approach, two things become increasingly true: we have a much clearer picture of the final tally of the growing season, and it’s never been more timely to reach out and check in with those you maybe haven’t spoken with in a while. For this episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson... Read More…
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If you’re looking to be fully entertained, check out Thistle Theatre this week and see host of Wheat Pete’s Word Peter Johnson take to the stage! If you’re looking to learn and get answers to the latest agronomic questions — hit play below or download this week’s podcast for later. In it, you’ll find a... Read More…
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What’s worse than corn becoming a mess in the field? Corn becoming a mess in a bin or silo! On that not-so-happy note, we kick off this week’s episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, where host Peter Johnson makes an apology for a mistake, encourages everyone to send in plot results, and runs down answers to... Read More…
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This is where Tower 4 may get a little divisive... Amber's looking forward to meeting the new occupant of Tower 4. She's not sure what to expect after the last two years. Nevertheless, she turns on the charm. Her and Mike have some good chemistry, but she's still a little hesitant. Will this new guy suffer similar experiences to past occupants? Onl…
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Mother Nature is not smiling on Ontario corn growers trying to get the ’23 crop out of the field. Concern over increasing DON levels is high and dry-down is slow. Plus, there’s concern over rutting or compacting the fields if conditions stay wet. That’s just one conversation in this week’s episode of Wheat Pete’s Word... Read More…
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No one likes snow in October, but it’s especially unwelcome when there is still crop in the field. For Manitobans, it looks more like December than November 1 out there, but at least harvest is done. For Ontario, however, so many thousands of acres of corn are now very wet and covered in snow, and... Read More…
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A frosty week in Ontario and a snowy one out west means all those pre-winter jobs just moved up the priority list a notch or two. For Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson, that just means there’s more time-sensitive topics to cover on this week’s episode of Wheat Pete’s Word. From an alert on corn harvest field... Read More…
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It turns out they are capable! Locke and company head back to the Amish village to end things once and for all. But even with a surprise attack, they find they don't have the numbers. Or do they..? It's the thrilling conclusion!! Music: "O Christmas Tree" by Bob Hart @ Artlist.io "Lonely Spaghetti Western Cowboy" by APAMusic @ Pond5.com "The Loneso…
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A new show by Voyage Media! Based on actual events. A drug smuggler finds God, and turns against the cartel, working as an undercover operative to take them down from the inside. Based on Dr. Hal Bradley's book, "A Fox In The Lion's Den" - you can find all of Dr. Hal Bradley's books at http://drhalbradley.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
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A new show by Voyage Media! Based on actual events. A drug smuggler finds God, and turns against the cartel, working as an undercover operative to take them down from the inside. Based on Dr. Hal Bradley's book, "A Fox In The Lion's Den" - you can find all of Dr. Hal Bradley's books at http://drhalbradley.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
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The sun might come out tomorrow, or the next day, or another day, we hope, as Ontario farmers are hoping to wrap up bean harvest and get at corn in earnest. Not being in the field means Peter Johnson, host of Wheat Pete’s Word, has plenty of questions to tackle from the audience, including compaction... Read More…
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Here we are! The Season 3 debut!! Mike tries to explain what's going on to Amber, but will she finally believe him? Confused by the mysterious man, Amber debates with Mike about when to call the police. The body must be reported, but Mike doesn't want anyone to know he's there. That is, not until the police actually arrive. Music: Taako @ https://s…
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If you’re waiting for a sign to pick up the phone and check in with a friend, this is it. Yesterday was Mental Health Day and host Peter Johnson wants you to take the Wheat Pete 15 challenge and call up someone just to chat. That’s just one tidbit from this episode of Wheat Pete’s... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
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What do you call an early October that feels more like summer than early fall? A lucky break for those with corn that’s a fair ways away from black layer, that’s what. Ontario’s corn growers are counting their blessings this week, as very warm sunny days are helping move the crop to maturity. But all... Read More…
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There are some problems you just can’t avoid — like ending up with wheat roots in drainage tile after big yields — but every challenge has a solution and it comes down to making hay while the sun shines. No, not actual hay, as we are in the critical harvest period, but if the soil... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
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There’s some trouble lurking in the Ontario corn crop by the name of gibberella. Farmers are also busy getting what wheat they can get in and are asking some really great questions of the host of Wheat Pete’s Word, Peter Johnson. Also in this week’s podcast, catch a conversation about straw losses by raking, lowering... Read More…
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How come the corn plants are so tall this year? It’s all about early season temperatures, says Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson in this week’s Wheat Pete’s Word podcast. Plus, listen on or download for later to learn about maximum nutrient impacts, root issues in disguise, cool weather impacts and more! Have a question you’d like... Read More…
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Here we are with the Season 5 Recap of End of All Hope. Robert gets together with Hope and Jack to discuss everything Season 5. After the 20 minute recap read-through, they chat about acting preferences, story expansion, character motivations, hate mail, and what's new for the upcoming Season 6. It's a fun time! Enjoy! Music: "Friendly Transformati…
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Atlas Avenue Beat is back!! Locke and the gang are sitting pretty after chasing away the crooked cops. But Locke is still worried about retaliation. With Christmas tomorrow, he hopes things don't get worse. But they do. They get a lot worse when the evil Pierce Patchett arrives... with backup. Music: "Classic Film Noir" by Crypt_of_Insomnia on Pond…
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