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All the latest crop nutrition information and advice from the Yara Agronomy team.Yara is the global leader in crop nutrition knoledge and the leading producer of quality fertiliser products. This podcast is intended to facilitate the transfer of knowledge for farmers and crop advisers, improving farm profitability and environmental sustainability.
 
This is the show for people who leverage the latest in technology to solve agronomic problems. If you’re interested in on-farm application of precision ag technology, you’ve come to the right place. Get ready as we unpack the insights and experiences of the agronomic minds leading our industry forward.
 
The Tillage Edge is Teagasc's new tillage podcast, presented by Michael Hennessy. During the Covid-19 crisis we'll be bringing you weekly episodes covering agronomy needs of crops throughout the season with input from Teagasc researchers and views from across the industry. Subscribe and listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. The Tillage Edge is a co-production with LastCastMedia (https://www.LastCastMedia.com) .
 
Hosted by Michael Cruse and Nathan Drewitz, The Field Guide is a series of conversations on the challenges currently facing local agricultural producers. Through discussions with local growers and industry professionals along with deep dives into the issues with specialists in Extension; let us serve as your source of information for solutions from those tackling today’s farming challenges.
 
Ever wonder how your favourite agronomist got their start? Or why a researcher chose their particular area of expertise? In the Agronomy Geeks podcast we talk to the men and women who’ve made an impact in the field of agronomy, and cover highlights from their lives and careers and what makes them tick. Hosted by self-described “Agronomy Geek”, Lyndsey Smith.
 
Past and present advances in the fields of agronomic, crop, soil, and environmental sciences. Enjoy interviews with researchers published in journals, books, and magazines from the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America. Opinions and conclusions expressed by authors are their own and are not considered as those of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America, its staff, its membe ...
 
Join the crew of Extension302 as they dive into current topics affecting YOU — the people of Delaware! Brought to you the University of Delaware Cooperative Extension, this podcast offers unbiased scientifically-based conversation featuring guest experts! Topics range from agricultural sciences to nutrition, mindfulness, financial literacy and more! -- This program is brought to you by the University of Delaware Cooperative Extension, a service of the UD College of Agriculture and Natural Re ...
 
Stay on top of what is happening in the field and the farm office as Amanda Douridas and Elizabeth Hawkins interview experts in agronomy and farm management. Hosted by The Ohio State University Extension, this podcast takes a bi-monthly dive into specific issues that impact agriculture, such as: weather, land value, policies, commodity outlooks, and more. For more information on agronomy and farm management visit agcrops.osu.edu and u.osu.edu/ohioagmanager.
 
Welcome to the Future of Agriculture Podcast with Tim Hammerich. This show explores the people, companies, and ideas shaping the future of agribusiness. If you are curious about innovations in AgTech, rural entrepreneurship, agricultural sustainability, and food security, this is the show for you! For more details on the guests featured on this show, visit the blog at www.FutureOfAg.com. Or, to learn more about career opportunities in agriculture, visit www.AgGrad.com Make sure you’re subscr ...
 
This original podcast series is hosted by Anders Gurda, Manager of Agronomy Solutions at Pipeline Foods. It provides in-depth interviews with organic farmers and experts, and covers a wide variety of topics and stories related to organic row crop production. We know that you have plenty of windshield time in your profession, so wanted to give you something to listen to and think about as you plant, cultivate, harvest, and spend those hours on the road. In these episodes, we wander into the w ...
 
Farmers continually strive for higher yields. But to improve yield and maximize profit, one needs to be progressive and continually seek out knowledge. Welcome to the Yield Masters Podcast! Hosted by Todd Steinacher, we bring you a show dedicated to providing you information, teachings, strategies, and methodologies to implement and achieve higher yields in your crop. Todd Steinacher is passionate about agronomy and has a desire to help people succeed. Todd is an agronomist and Certified Cro ...
 
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Imagine setting out on your own, fresh out of university, down to your last few hundred bucks. Matt Gosling did. That was 18 growing seasons ago, and although the beginning was a challenge with change and uncertainty moving at an incredible rate, Gosling has built Premium Ag into a successful agronomic services company. From the... Read More…
 
Mark Huso of Huso Crop Consulting and Soil Testing joins us in this episode. Mark and I talk about how he’s working with farmer customers during this dry year they’ve had in North Dakota, how he’s training the next generation of agronomists, the technology he finds useful, what he’s still learning about salinity, and some of his thoughts for the fu…
 
Factors such the loss of key fungicides and new emerging blight variants are all challenging established blight control practices and on this week’s Tillage Edge podcast, Michael Hennessy was joined by Shay Phelan, a potato Specialist in Oak Park, to discuss blight control in potatoes.The loss of Mancozeb as a key blight control product puts pressu…
 
Thanks to FieldAgent by Sentera for sponsoring. Visit https://sentera.com/. On today’s episode I’m joined by Todd Vagts who is a technical agronomist for the Channel Seed brand which is part of Bayer Crop Science. Based in southeast Minnesota, Todd works with Channel salespeople and seed dealers (who they called “Seedsmen”), to make sure they are u…
 
Happy birthday, everybody! Today is our third birthday, and we couldn’t be happier. We’re so grateful to all of our guests and to you, dear listener! Whether you’re brand new or have been with us since the beginning, we’re so grateful for all of your listening and support over the years. Thank you for listening! Please note, we’ve also put together…
 
In this episode we have a follow-up conversation going over our talk with Jake Scherer. We cover team building and how important it is to prepare and plan for those inevitable changes that come in farming. We discuss a few different approaches to integrated weed and pest management and don't worry, we talk about bears again.…
 
The Field Notes podcast series from Koch Agronomic Services (Koch) breaks down the science and technology behind agronomy to help growers do more with less. The experts we’ve heard from on our previous episodes have covered topics ranging from how different crops use nitrogen to the 4R’s of Nutrient Stewardship and how growers and retailers work to…
 
“Earthworm density differences over time among a native tallgrass prairie and chronosequence of tallgrass prairie restorations in the Ozark Highlands” and “Seasonal earthworm density differences among mound positions and soil moisture regimes in native tallgrass prairies in the Ozark Highlands” with Dr. Kristofor Brye Earthworms are praised as envi…
 
Andy Mahon, the Dubliner who is a farm manager in the east of the England, re-joins Michael Hennessy on this week’s episode of the Tillage Edge with an update on his year so far. The farm has a range of winter and spring crops and Andy has managed the farm to a no-till system over the past few years. Generally planting with a no-till system starts …
 
Today is June 16, 2021, and earlier this morning we recorded another episode of the Strategic Farming: Field Notes program. The Field Notes program is a weekly update on the current crop situation and crop management considerations. Today’s session was moderated by U of MN Extension Crops Educators Ryan Miller and Dave Nicolai. The special guests i…
 
Today’s episode highlights two interesting consumer trends in food and agriculture. And on the surface, these two trends seem to be going in totally opposite directions, but not necessarily as you’ll hear from our guest today. The first trend is the increasing desire for healthier, simpler, more nutritious food. The second is that demand for proces…
 
Time. It's what we don't have enough of, especially if you're a farmer. Michigan State Extension Health Educator Sean Knurek joins me in discussing how farmers - or anyone - can find more time for themselves. Admit it, you need a break. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Successful Farming
 
Corn is an important staple crop worldwide. It’s no wonder that people look for ways to increase its production. Since the early days of farming, man has attempted to unlock corn’s genetic potential using various techniques. Joining Todd Steinacher is AgriGold’s regional agronomist and certified crop advisor, Kevin Gale. Kevin and Todd discuss the …
 
This week’s Tillage Edge discusses how grassweed control has become more important on all tillage farms and especially on non-plough based systems. Controlling wild oats has become even more challenging with the emergence of herbicide resistance in a small number of populations in counties across the southeast. Increasing populations of sterile bro…
 
Today is June 9, 2021, and earlier this morning we recorded another episode of the Strategic Farming: Field Notes program. The Field Notes program is a weekly update on the current crop situation and crop management considerations. Today’s session was moderated by U of MN Extension Crops Educators Jared Goplen and Dave Nicolai. The special guests i…
 
My guest today, Allan Fetters, is a third generation agriculturalist who has worked in agribusiness for over 30 years. I say agriculturalist, because he was not born into a farm family, but a family that has been working selling products to farmers. However, he recently also started doing some farming himself in addition to his consulting. In today…
 
In this episode of SpudChat, we talk to Dr. Mathuresh Singh of Agricultural Certification Services in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Mathuresh and his team have been working on research into Potato Virus Y (PVY) over the last decade, providing a great deal of recommendations for seed growers on how to prevent the spread of PVY in their fields. We chat…
 
Now that the crops are in the ground, one of the biggest questions on our minds is what will the weather do? Dr. Aaron Wilson, Research Scientist with the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, joins us to talk current weather conditions and reveal what forecasts are saying for this growing season. We also talk about the recent shift in 30 year av…
 
In this episode we are again joined by Jake Scherer, retired dairy producer and current crop producer. We talk about the in's and out's of managing white mold in soybeans, including the use of fungicides, changing planting populations, and prioritizing good agronomic practices. We touch on the challenges of weed control and Jake's relatively new ex…
 
The media is always trying to find - or at least tell us about - the next super food. Oats have a number of advantages over other cereals as they are nutritious, help people to live longer due to beta glucans, and are gluten free. On this week’s Tillage Edge podcast, Michael Hennessy is joined by Mariea O’Toole, Grain quality operations manager at …
 
Today is June 2, 2021, and earlier this morning we recorded another episode of the Strategic Farming: Field Notes program. The Field Notes program is a weekly update on the current crop situation and crop management considerations. Today's session featured University of Minnesota Extension Specialists, Dr. Dan Kaiser, Dr. Fabian Fernandez, Dr. Jeff…
 
Today’s episode is all about data and technology for the modern dairy. But even if you’re not specifically interested in the dairy industry, you’re going to want to stick around. And here’s why: one of the big challenges to agtech is the long feedback loop. You try a technology out for an entire year and you get one shot - harvest to see how it per…
 
Citizen Science comes to canola! Through Canola Counts, the new crowd-sourced survey, the CCC is collecting canola plant densities and emergence rates from fields across the Prairies. In this podcast, Canola Counts lead Autumn Barnes talks to host Jay Whetter about the program and how to participate. See more at canolacounts.ca.…
 
In this episode of SpudChat, we talk with Mary Kay Sonier, Seed Coordinator at the PEI Potato Board, about all things seed potatoes. Specifically, we talk about variety evaluation and some promising new varieties in PEI, managing PVY, and a bunch of other seed-related topics. For more on many of these topics, visit www.peipotatoagronomy.com for fac…
 
Today is May 28, 2021, and this morning we recorded our first bonus episode of the Strategic Farming: Field Notes program. The Field Notes program is a weekly update on the current crop situation and crop management considerations. Today’s session was moderated by U of MN Extension Crops Educators Ryan Miller and Jared Goplen. The special guests in…
 
Scott sits down with highly respected IPM specialist Matthew Gates to discuss all things IPM. Want to know how to approach the dreaded white fly or spider mites? Matthew lends a helping hand whilst covering a whole range of topics pertinent to managing a crop. This is an episode that we were trying to make happen for some time and we are proud to a…
 
Farming and agriculture is a challenging, vital, profession. Many factors can make or break a crop. Todd Steinacher joins today’s guest, Joey Heneghan, AgriGold’s Regional Agronomist for Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota, as they discuss the many challenges faced in modern agronomy and how to face them down. Joey shares his insight on fertilizers, …
 
Disease control in wheat is an important aspect to achieving high yields and on this week’s Tillage Edge podcast, Michael Hennessy chatted to Dr Stephen Kildea, a researcher in Oak Park and Ivan Whitten, a Teagasc advisor in Kildare, to discuss how to achieve robust disease control in winter wheat.Ivan pointed out that the cold dry weather in March…
 
Today is May 25, 2021, and earlier this morning we recorded another episode of the Strategic Farming: Field Notes program. The Field Notes program is a weekly update on the current crop situation and crop management considerations. Today’s session was moderated by U of M Extension Crops Educators Ryan Miller and Antony Hanson. The special guests in…
 
PLEASE COMPLETE OUR LISTENER SURVEY: https://airtable.com/shrCB33GWIUCIxVRU Today you’re going to get to hear the story of Dave Oien of Timeless Seeds and Timeless Food. He shares how he figured out how to convert to organic when very few thought it was possible, then how we built a seed business that ultimately became a food business. And make sur…
 
With wheat heading across the state, many growers are considering whether they should apply fungicides, especially given the higher market prices. Dr. Pierce Paul shares how the Fusarium Risk Tool can help decision making and what research he is conducting. The Fusarium Risk Tool can be found at wheatscab.psu.edu. Find many articles by Dr. Paul by …
 
The 1031 Exchange has been an economic driver for 100 years and is still one of the most powerful land transfer and ownership tools for farmers and landowners. Farm families can utilize this as a way to pass along the farm without the burden of a lot more taxes. In this episode, Successful Farming Markets Editor Mike McGinnis talks with David Brown…
 
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