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Best Herbicides podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Herbicides podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Listen to Don’t Panic It’s Organic! Banish pesticides and chemical fertilizers from your garden. The Invisible Gardener is here to show you how to work with Mother Nature instead of against her. What are you putting in your soil? How are you dealing with garden pests and diseases? Conventional horticulture assaults the earth with pesticides and chemicals, sucking essential nutrients from the soil with each harvest. Organic gardening offers a healthier, more productive, and more sustainable a ...
 
Welcome to Hort Success, where we discuss issues that affect nursery/greenhouse owners and growers on a daily basis and solutions to these challenges. Thank you for stopping by, I'm your host Nelson Gonzalez and I invite you to listen to my podcast. Also, if you're interested in additional industry related information that you may find useful, visit my YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZXfuaaRovGO2kxfi9RktQ
 
Wheat All About It! is a weekly podcast that takes a wide-ranging look at wheat farming in the Pacific Northwest. Since January 2017, Scott Yates, director of communications and producer relations for the Washington Grain Commission, has interviewed farmers, researchers, industry leaders and consumers about issues that impact wheat in the region. Educational as well as entertaining, Wheat All About It! is a podcast for anyone who wants to stay up on the crop that’s grown on more acres than a ...
 
Welcome to the hub of the WeedSmart Podcast! Each fortnight we'll whip around the cropping regions focusing on weed control and issues which have cropped up (pun intended). Your hosts, Jessica Strauss and Peter Newman will be poking fun at themselves and each other. We look forward to giving you a snappy, informative update from the comfort of your tractor, ute, or wherever you may be on the road or farm. Producer: Jessica Strauss Hosts: Jessica Strauss and Peter Newman Intro music credit fo ...
 
The Habitat Podcast is a podcast for land and wildlife habitat managers, and for hunters who learn and utilize different types of habitat in their hunting strategy. We interview hunters and habitat managers from across the country, picking their brain to learn their success's and failures. We are different in the fact that we are not the experts. This podcast is for us and the listeners to learn a thing or two, from the experts we analyze.
 
Agriculture Today is a daily program hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout the state. It features K-State agricultural specialists and other experts examining agricultural issues facing Kansas and the nation. Kansas State University has produced daily, ag-related broadcasts since KSAC radio first went on the air in 1924. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the K ...
 
Thank you for joining us for the TurPh.Dudes podcast brought to you by Harrell’s. Our TurPh.Dudes are reaching out to industry leaders and game changers to discuss what they’re seeing out there. Topics focus on turf health, nutrition, control solutions and the latest in academic research. TurPh.Dudes episodes are released periodically. Visit us at www.turphdudes.com. Send us your questions http://twitter.com/TurPhDudes on Twitter or by email at turphdudes@harrells.com.
 
I’m an obsessive reader and researcher, who can’t stop thinking about how we can do better, be healthier, savor this beautiful life, create and produce, and bring God more glory! Whether it’s the topic of vaccines, bringing up Godly kids, the way church is done, how to make a beautiful home, what Biblical femininity looks like, how to grow healthy food and make it taste wonderful, whether we should avoid the medical establishment, how to induce a love for learning in children, or whether our ...
 
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• Results of an herbicide field trial • A preview of next week’s free webinar for cow-calf producers • Today’s wheat harvest report • Gus van der Hoeven’s “Stop, Look and Listen…” 00:01:30 – Herbicide Trial Results: K-State weed scientist Vipan Kumar goes over the results of his herbicide field trial, which tested out a number of products for their…
 
On this week’s episode of Sorghum Smart Talk, we visit with Sorghum Checkoff Crop Improvement Director Justin Weinhiemer, Ph.D., about new herbicide tolerance technologies in sorghum followed by Advanta’s North America Business Director Barry Lubbers who talks about their product -- igrowth™. In this two-part episode, we discuss Sorghum Checkoff ef…
 
Some years are disease years and some are insect years. 2020 is shaping up to be an insect year, which is perhaps not surprising given the dry bias to the weather. In this mid-June edition of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson answers so many of your agronomic questions, including what to do about armyworm... Read More…
 
As mid-July hits, much of Ontario got a million dollar rain, but it also came with incredible wind and wild weather for some places. Western Canada also experienced some volatile weather and parts of Alberta that are typically dry are actually saturated (and not in a good way). This week’s Wheat Pete’s Word focuses on... Read More…
 
• A special in-depth look at U.S. corn exports, with a particular focus on trade opportunities with China • Agricultural news headlines • Gus van der Hoeven’s “Stop, Look and Listen…” 00:01:30 – U.S. Corn Exports: An extended conversation with senior economist Guy Allen of the I-G-P Institute at K-State on the U.S. corn export outlook: he analyzes …
 
Today on the WeedSmart podcast we’re focusing on problem weeds across Australian cropping regions. We’ll be hearing about the weed blue lupins from WA grower Jamie Greaves. We’ll also be focusing on Feathertop Rhodes Grass and how this is proving to be an issue for growers in Northern New South Wales, with sporadic patches popping up. University of…
 
• The ongoing spread of vesicular stomatitus virus • County FSA committee elections are approaching • Agricultural news, and the latest “Milk Lines” • When the skunk sprays… 00:01:30 – Vesicular Stomatitus: Kansas animal health commissioner Justin Smith discusses the ongoing spread of vesicular stomatitus virus in the state, afflicting horses and o…
 
7.14.20 The Philippines is the Pacific Northwest’s Number One market for soft white wheat and Joe Sowers, regional vice president for U.S. Wheat Associates in the region, is the man intended to keep it that way. Sowers is coming up on a decade of service with USW in the Philippines. During that time the country has moved from third to first in soft…
 
• The weekly cattle market update • Nitrate buildup in summer annual forages • Agricultural news headlines • Maintaining recognition and support for 4-H youth, in the absence of fairs… 00:01:30 – Cattle Market Update: K-State livestock economist Glynn Tonsor is featured on this week's cattle market segment: he takes a look at the comparative stabil…
 
Habitat Podcast #85 - Adam Lewis joins Jared and Brian on another great conversation! Adam founded Sound Barrier Hunting, which is a great company focusing on hunter success in the woods. We cover this, along with habitat(s) we can use to cover our sound. We also cover: Sound Proofing Gear, How Whitetail Deer Hearing Works - How Far Sound Travels, …
 
• The weekly grain market update • Last month’s weather is having negative repercussions for the corn crop • Agricultural news, and the “Kansas Wheat Scoop” • Kansas agricultural weather… 00:01:30 – Grain Market Update: K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien offers his latest observations on the grain market trends: he talks about a pair of USD…
 
• Strategies for beef producers, in the face of reduced forage options • Summer soybean pests • Agricultural news, and the Kansas soybean update • Slow fruit set in the vegetable garden… 00:01:30 – Adjusting for Dry Conditions: K-State beef specialist Dale Blasi says cattle producers in western Kansas are experiencing abnormally dry conditions and …
 
On this week’s edition of Sorghum Smart Talk, we visited with John Miller, owner of Southwest Agribusiness Consulting, Inc., to discuss the recently released acreage report and what it means for farmers and the grain market. Topics of discussion include risk management, marketing considerations and ways farmers can take advantage of current market …
 
• The 2020 Kansas Custom Rates report is out • An agricultural law update • Today’s wheat harvest report • Gus van der Hoeven’s “Stop, Look and Listen…” 00:01:30 – 2020 Kansas Custom Rates Report: The director of the Land Use Survey Center at K-State, Leah Tsoodle, talks about the just-released 2020 Kansas Custom Rates report, which provides survey…
 
If you remember farming in 1988, this year may seem a little similar, at least for Ontario. That year, the drought broke in mid-July with a torrential downpour — are we in for something like that soon? Well, we won’t know for sure for a few days yet, but this week’s Wheat Pete’s Word does... Read More…
 
• The advantages of pregnancy-staging cows and heifers • The online Beef Basis tool can eliminate guesswork for producers • Today’s wheat harvest update, and the latest “Milk Lines” • Controlling cattail growth in farm ponds… 00:01:30 – Pregnancy-Staging Cows and Heifers: K-State beef cattle specialist Sandy Johnson talks about the advantages of pr…
 
7.7.20 In another context 46 year old Steve Henning may be middle age, but in Eastern Washington where 58 is the average age of wheat farmers, he’s still part of the younger generation. In episode 185 entitled: Maximizing Farm & Family, Henning who farms near Thornton, Wash., discusses whether his age gives him an advantage over older farmers, his …
 
• The weekly cattle market update • A look at direct marketing of beef • A wheat harvest report • Kansas 4-H shooting sports update… 00:01:30 – Cattle Market Update: Livestock economist Lee Schulz of Iowa State University provides this week's cattle market commentary: he takes a look at the current struggles in the cash fed cattle market, and talks…
 
NOTE: In observance of Independence Day, Kansas State University will be closed tomorrow, July 3rd. Therefore, there will be no Agriculture Today broadcast tomorrow. We'll resume our normal broadcast schedule on Monday, July 6th. • Grain market update • New research on field sprayer boom height variability • A wheat harvest report • Mid-summer mana…
 
For this special Canada Day edition of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson has got answers to your timely agronomic questions. The good news is there are no alerts this week, but that doesn’t mean you can let the throttle off scouting — there are insect pests creeping in and populations can grow very quickly!... Read More…
 
Today on the podcast we’re going to be learning about how to use S-Metolachlor effectively and within the guidelines. Area Sales Manager from Syngenta Crop Protection for the Northern Commercial Unit, Tim Fraser joins us to tell us about this. We also will be hearing from the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development grain researche…
 
Habitat Podcast #84 - Zach Haas joins Jared and Brian to talk all things habitat ponds! We cover lots of topics and get our questions answered. We discuss: Water Holes & Ponds in the Midwest, How to Hunt Ponds, Success & Failures Around Water Holes, Location & Size, Preferred Water Temperature & Treatment, What to do in low wet areas, Aquatic Food …
 
• Achieving better efficiency in crop irrigation • An update on USDA loan management • A wheat harvest update, and the latest “Milk Lines” • Turtles in farm ponds… 00:01:30 – Efficient Crop Irrigation: K-State crop production specialist Lucas Haag offers some considerations on striving for top efficiency in crop irrigation this summer: he suggests …
 
6.30.20 Are the lessons and challenges for wheat farming’s younger generation any different from those on the older end of the spectrum? Listen in as Andy Juris, a wheat farmer from the Horse Heaven Hills talks about the pluses and minuses of farming at 40 in episode 184 entitled: No Matter the Age, There Are No Free Rides In Farming. Juris also ad…
 
• The weekly cattle market update • A look at recent beef genetic advances • Today's wheat harvest report • Kansas 4-H and “Visual Thinking Strategies”… 00:01:30 – Cattle Market Update: Livestock economist Derrell Peel of Oklahoma State University provides this week's analysis of the cattle markets: he shares his latest outlook on beef production i…
 
On today’s Regional Update Podcast, we’re going to focus on the weed Matricaria, which has been a growing concern in Western Australia’s eastern Wheatbelt since it first emerged the late 1960s. Matricaria has spread to neighbouring regions and developed into a weed of serious concern for growers, particularly those in the Geraldton and Kwinana port…
 
• The weekly grain market update • Timely weed control issues • Agricultural news, and the “Kansas Wheat Scoop” • Kansas agricultural weather… 00:01:30 – Grain Market Update: K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien reports on favorable signs for U.S. wheat exports, which are contributing to uncommon harvest-time strength in local wheat price bas…
 
• Managing heat stress in cattle • The latest Cattle Chat podcast • Today’s wheat harvest report • Home landscape pests… 00:01:30 – Managing Heat Stress in Cattle: K-State beef veterinarian A.J. Tarpoff talks about managing heat stress in cattle during hot summer days: when that stress tends to peak during the day, making adjustments to the feed ra…
 
The longest day of the year has come and gone and we are heading into the thick of summer crop-growing weather. With the heat (and in some cases downpours!) come the agronomy questions and Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson is ready to answer whatever it is you can throw at him. In this week’s Wheat Pete’s... Read More…
 
• Improving wheat varieties using the genetics of wild wheat relatives • An agricultural law update • Today’s wheat harvest report • Gus van der Hoeven’s “Stop, Look and Listen…” 00:01:30 – Exploring Wheat’s Wild Side: K-State wheat geneticist Jesse Poland talks about new ambitions for improving wheat varieties using the genetics of wild wheat rela…
 
• A feed ration may slow the growth of finishing pigs • Nutrient management for grain sorghum • A wheat harvest update, and the latest “Milk Lines” • A promising method to reduce deer-vehicle collisions … 00:01:30 – Slowing Pig Growth: K-State swine specialists Mike Tokach and Joel DeRouchey talk about a new K-State feeding trial aimed at slowing t…
 
There are very few combinations that make as much sense as quail, pheasants and sorghum. On this episode of Sorghum Smart Talk, we visit with Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s Ryan Heiniger and Chris McLeland to discuss what role sorghum plays in wildlife conservation. To learn more about this collaboration, tune in to this week’s episode. http…
 
6.23.20 When you’ve been representing Eastern Washington in the Washington Legislature since 1993, you’re bound to have encountered a recession or two. COVID-19 has been an economic calamity for sure, but it’s not the first economic downturn that Senator Mark Schoesler has experienced while in state government, which is why episode 183 is entitled:…
 
• The weekly cattle market update • The new director of the Kansas Agriculture in the Classroom program shares her plans • Agricultural news, and a wheat harvest report • An update on the COVID-19 4-H Resilience Fund… 00:01:30 – Cattle Market Update: The director of the Livestock Marketing Information Center, Katelyn McCullock, provides her insight…
 
• The weekly grain market update • Assessing high wind damage to corn • Agricultural news, and the “Kansas Wheat Scoop” • Kansas agricultural weather… 00:01:30 – Grain Market Update: K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien comments on bustling U.S. grain sorghum exports, and on the current grain price basis levels at local delivery points in Kan…
 
• Herbicide control of sericea lespedeza in pastures • A look at teff, a summer annual forage option that is capturing the attention of researchers • Agricultural news, and the Kansas soybean update • Home lawn issues… 00:01:30 – Herbicide Control of Sericea Lespedeza: K-State pasture management specialist Walt Fick discusses herbicide control of s…
 
• Producers can now compare the economic condition of their operation with their Kansas peers • Wheat kernel diseases that could turn up at harvest time • Agricultural news headlines • Gus van der Hoeven’s “Stop, Look and Listen…” 00:01:30 – Comparing Your Numbers: K-State agricultural economist Robin Reid tells producers about a highly-useful tool…
 
Today on the podcast we’re going to be getting the details on getting spray application right with expert, Bill Campbell. We’ll also be finding out a bit more about the MCPA LVE shortage and what considerations you need to make for alternative weed control solutions with Nufarm National Technical Lead, André Sabeeney.Podcast Hosts: Jessica Strauss …
 
• America’s presence in the world coarse grain markets • The latest Farm Service Agency podcast • Agricultural news, and the latest “Milk Lines” • Tilapia can clean up farm ponds… 00:01:30 – Coarse Grain Markets: The senior economist at the IGP Institute at K-State, Guy Allen, shares his broad view of the world coarse grain markets, and how well th…
 
6.16.20 Farmers cooperate on a host of issues, why not at reducing the incidence of herbicide weed resistance? In episode 182 entitled: Working Together Communities of Farmers Can Reduce Herbicide Resistance, listen in as agriculture sociologist Katie Dentzman a post doctoral researcher at Washington State University, talks about why such cooperati…
 
Habitat Podcast #83 - Lindsay Thomas Jr. joins Jared and Brian to catch up on the show! We have another great discussion (1st was ep. 29) and learn a bunch of new things regarding: Invasive Slam 2020 - How to kill invasives & and how do we achieve the slam, Growing Season Burns vs Prescribed Fire - Differences, pros & cons, QDMA Deer Steward Class …
 
• The weekly cattle market update • Changes in food consumption patterns resulting from the pandemic • K-State researchers take on infectious diseases • Kansas 4-H introduces a new science and technology program 00:01:30 – Cattle Market Update: K-State livestock economist Glynn Tonsor is featured on this week's cattle market segment: he talks about…
 
Today on the Regional Update we’re catching up Geraldton based consultant, Chris Pinkney. Chris is one of the Directors of Agrarian Management. His area got hit pretty hard recently by Ex-Tropical Cyclone Mangga colliding with a cold front which saw winds rip through the region, blowing away valuable topsoil from farmland in the process. We’ll find…
 
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