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Welcome to the Horticulture Week Podcast where we bring you news and views on the most important topics of the day for UK horticulture professionals. For more visit https://www.hortweek.co.uk/podcasts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A dialogue on research, advocacy and people in the Australian vegetable industry from AUSVEG, Australia's peak industry body for the vegetable, potato and onion sectors.
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Gardening with the RHS

Royal Horticultural Society

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'Gardening with the RHS' offers seasonal advice, inspiration and practical solutions to gardening problems. Trusted gardening professionals give you the latest horticultural advice, scientific research and tried and tested techniques to bring out the best in your garden. Topics covered include: growing your own vegetables, flowers, garden design, lawn care and gardening with children. Plus expert masterclasses in topics ranging from cottage garden plants, growing orchids, to pest control and ...
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PotatoLink

Applied Horticultural Research

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PotatoLink is the new extension and communication project for the Australian potato industry. It is being led by Applied Horticultural Research (AHR) with funding through Hort Innovation using potato industry levies and contributions from the Australian Government. Helping growers to access current global best practice information is critically important to improve the viability and resilience of the Australian potato industry.
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This podcast is devoted to all things gardening. National gardening television host, Joe Lamp'l, guides you through each episode with practical tips and information to help you become a better, smarter gardener, no matter where you are on your journey. This series has a strong emphasis on organic gardening and growing food, but covers a diverse range of topics from one of the country's most informed and leading gardening personalities today.
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The Pierce Perspective Podcast is a beacon of support and insight, featuring 'Mental Health Matters' where experts discuss vital resources and strategies, 'The Green Room' that explores the therapeutic world of gardening, and 'Positivity Corner' which uplifts listeners with stories and tips for a brighter, more positive life.
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Nebraska Grows

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

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Nebraska Grows is a bi-weekly podcast for commercial fruit and vegetable producers to get the latest unbiased, research-based information from Nebraska Extension.
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This podcast is about everything plants. It is segmented into seasons. The first being about Kitchen Gardens. I will also be doing mini episodes the history of people who made gardening what it is today, starting with women from Australia who helped pave the way for women such as myself. I have a huge amount of topics which will span for many seasons to come.
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Musings with people in the world of gardening, botany, horticulture and nature. Marlene takes her years of gardening experience, success and failures and turns it into an unpretentious, humorous listen. From organic vegetable gardening, houseplants, bee keeping, flowers, and everything in between -- this podcast covers it.
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Growing from a friendship forged at the Cullowhee Native Plant Conference many moons ago, this rock star trio has brought podcasting to a whole new level. I'm not saying that's a high level, just a new level.
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Plants, People, Science

American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS)

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Horticultural science is the only discipline that incorporates both the science and aesthetics of plants. It is the science and art of producing edible fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs, and ornamental plants, improving and commercializing them. Plants, People, Science, a podcast by the American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS), will bring you the recent advancements in science, technology, innovation, development, and education for economically important horticultural crops and pla ...
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The lighter side of landscaping. Jack, Lynne and Matt McFarland, chat about horticulture served with a hearty helping of humour. With over 70 years of design and installation experience the McFarland boys dig into topics in a way you've rarely heard. Packed full of guests that represent various corners of the industry, The Growing Season is smile worthy.The Growing Season: No politics or pulpits, just plants and muddy workboots.
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All About Wine

All About Wine BTR

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Welcome to All About Wine on BlogTalkRadio since 2009. This one-hour call-in talk show featuring Ron Hunt, wine maker, cellar master, vineyardist and tasting expert. Each week, we cover different topics related to wine. We invite other wine enthusiasts and wine makers to call and go on-air with us. Always informative and entertaining...it's All About Wine. Thursdays @ 7PM (eastern)
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Beauty in All Things

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

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Each month we’ll be uncovering the beauty in the little things, from soil to seeds, bulbs to bees, from The Lost Gardens of Heligan in Mevagissey on the Cornish Coast. Experience the inner workings with Alasdair Moore (our Head of Gardens and Estate) and guests as they take inspiration from nature and the environment around them, from the finest horticultural gardens in England. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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My husband, the 8th Earl of Carnarvon, and I have the enormous privilege and pleasure of living in, and taking care of, my husband’s family home, Highclere Castle, which is better known to many people as the setting for the popular television programme “Downton Abbey”. Thanks to this series, our home has, over the last few years, become one of the most well-known and iconic houses in the world. My Podcast is my way of trying to share the stories and heritage of this wonderful building and es ...
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This podcast looks into what's going on with in the agricultural extension world. I will talk your ear off about the food system, farming, plants, community development and much more!
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Come along with me on my journey through horticultural jobs and duties and discussions. Topic like trainer assessor EPA WHOLE SALES NURSERY Plants in Corporate industry Pest diseases Fruit veggies Flowers Indoor plants
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Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast

Lucy Chamberlain and Saul Walker

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Follow head gardeners Saul Walker and Lucy Chamberlain as they reveal exactly what it’s like to be professional horticulturists leading busy teams on large, private estates. Lucy and Saul have a decade of Head Gardening experience and it soon became clear to them both that life as a Head Gardener can be incredibly diverse, occasionally challenging and hugely rewarding and so they regularly discuss horticultural topics close to their hearts and give you an insight into their lives as gardener ...
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Loving Your Garden is a Facebook Group set up by broadcaster Rod Whiting during the very first Covid lockdown in April 2020. It has quickly grown to more than 125 thousand passionate and inspiring gardeners, thanks in no small part to knowledgeable and expert members like John Stirland. John has more than fifty years of experience in horticulture and you can now access his knowledge and that of our members as we link our podcast to LYG’s fortnightly live feed. Each week, we’ll discuss the jo ...
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Mushroom Link

Applied Horticultural Research

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Welcome to MushroomLink, the new Australian mushroom industry communications program, funded by Hort Innovation using the mushroom research and development levy and contributions from the Australian Government. Led by Applied Horticultural Research, MushroomLink aims to bring you the latest research, development and marketing news from here and around the world.Link to the website: https://www.mushroomlink.com.au/
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If you are a grower or owner looking to optimize your existing or new cultivation facility or anyone looking to cultivate more in less space, then this is the show for you. Each week, join Host Michael Williamson as he travels across the country, to explore the world of vertical farming and the future of cannabis and food production through his conversations with leading industry operators, growers and executives who are demonstrating success and resilience as growers and cultivators. Each e ...
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Plants can’t talk, but we can! The Plantastic Podcast is a show for plant killers, green thumbs, and everyone in between. Listen along as Dr. Jared deconstructs the practices of the best plantspeople of our time so that you can better cultivate your plants and yourself.
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Homegrown Horticulture podcast helps solve your gardening dilemmas with a focus on growing plants in the Intermountain West. We offer tips on everything from great heirloom tomatoes to awesome trees and shrubs for the yard that do well in our unique climate. For the latest researched based information relevant to you, listen to the Homegrown Horticulture Podcast, a production of Utah State University Extension.
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We Dig Plants

Heritage Radio Network

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We Dig Plants® brings the Culture to Horticulture. Examining our human interaction with plants via authors, industry professionals, historians, plants people, cooks, gardeners & artists and combining our 20 plus years of designing gardens, we delve into the magic, power and influence of plants within a global context and share that charm with international listeners.
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scigest - Plant & Food Research podcast

The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Limited

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Welcome to scigest - podcast-sized servings of digestible science from the world of Plant & Food Research! Scigest is a podcast channel hosted by scientists at Plant & Food Research in New Zealand who are passionate about communicating their science to New Zealanders and the world, as well as helping science students in their journey to a science career. Our scientists are at the heart of food production, supply and security, contributing to human health and wellbeing as well as social and e ...
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For the Love of Plants

Jack Ellie Charlotte Gaia

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Welcome to For the Love of Plants. "If you love plants, you're in the right place!”Subscribe and leave a 5-star rating if you like what you hear! Join Jack, Ellie, Charlotte and Gaia as they discuss all things planty and Horticultural. You can find us individually on social media:- Jack is @growing__man- Ellie is @salviagardening on Instagram and Facebook- Charlotte is @somepotsofplants or ftloveofplants@aol.com
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Soil Wealth Integrated Crop Protection

Applied Horticultural Research & RM Consulting Group

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A series of podcasts for the Australian vegetable and melon industries, covering soil health, soil borne disease, plant nutrition, covers crops and integrated pest management. Brought to you by the Soil Wealth and Integrated Crop Protection teams Applied Horticultural Research (AHR) and RM Consulting Group (RMCG) with funds from Hort Innovation and the Australian Government. Check out the SWICP website here: https://www.soilwealth.com.au/
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Sustainable World Radio brings you interviews with experts from around the globe; teachers, designers, environmentalists, and earth activists who learn from and work with Nature. Listen to episodes about Permaculture, organic gardening, herbal medicine, plants, fungi, earth repair, natural building, regenerative farming, sustainability, and ethnobotany. Tune in to discover positive solutions to environmental challenges; solutions that adhere to the Permaculture ethics of Earth Care, People C ...
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IES GO: Lighting Podcasts

Illuminating Engineering Society

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Brought to you by the Illuminating Engineering Society, the IES GO Lighting Podcasts contain valuable insights into the art and science of quality lighting. Episodes focus on lighting education, the latest in lighting technology disruption, interviews with the lighting community’s most influential contributors, and more.
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What's Killing My Kale?

University of MN Extension, Annie Klodd, Natalie Hoidal

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In "What's Killing My Kale?", get research based solutions to pest issues affecting fruit and vegetable crops from University of MN Extension. Learn how to manage weeds, insects, diseases, and more.
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The Daily Gardener is a podcast about Garden History and Literature. The podcast celebrates the garden in an "on this day" format and every episode features a Garden Book. Episodes are released M-F.
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temperature and nutrient deficiencies. EPISODE LINKS Katia Plant Scientist: -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrTJmyTzyGzm46Ncq9JNUYQ -https://m.facebook.com/Katiaplantscientist/ -https://www.instagram.com/katia_plantscientist/?hl=en -https://www.linkedin.com/in/katia-hougaard-19b169100/ -https://www.tumblr.com/katiajewelbox Find horticulture indus…
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Winter in the UK is either mild and damp, or cold and windy - and who would want to be outside as a gardener at this time of year - well Saul and Lucy for one, as these months are some of the busiest in all of the 12. While the garden may be slumbering, Head Gardeners and their teams are beavering away on major jobs, garden renovations, cleaning an…
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Vine Weevil control is one of the biggest issues for many growers and ICL deals with many queries about the pest. In this podcast, ICL's Sam Rivers explains what vine weevil is, what the pest's life cycle is and what plants they feed on. He highlights their effect on heuchera, primula and Portugese laurel. Control options start with cultural contro…
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We know, we know, you're ACHING to get out into your garden and start the wheels in motion. Can you do ANYTHING in the garden right now? How about pruning? Is it too early to prune? Many of us would like to get a head start on gardening activities so this week's topic dovetails perfectly. Jack, Lynne and Matt McFarland dive into the topic of dorman…
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Behind the scenes at the real Downton Abbey this month I'm talking to raecehorse trainer Richard Hannon who is not only a good friend to my husband and myself but looks after some of the racehorses we've bred. Racing is very close to our hearts here at Highclere Castle especially as my father in law was the late Queen's racing manager and Richard's…
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Tonight, All About Wine welcomes Gilles Martin. With 30 years of international experience and an accomplished scientific background, Winemaker Gilles Martin blends the classic refinements of the old-world tradition with an adventurous passion for new-world innovation. Born right outside of the Champagne region, Gilles obtained a Masters of Oenology…
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This week we’re exploring small but useful nuggets of information that have the potential to change the way we interact with our surroundings this growing season. We’re getting seasonal tips on GYO – things like training and pruning apple trees and preparing allotments for the busiest time of year. And, we’re delving into plant names – and the syst…
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Pesticide regulations are designed to reduce the harm that pesticide use has on humans and wildlife, but they are not intended to eliminate all risks and ecological damage. To explain how gaps in pesticide regulations fail pollinators and other beneficial insects, pollinator conservation specialist Emily May of the Xerces Society joins me on the po…
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Note: Please pardon the first 10 minutes of poor audio quality. This is an episode from the road and the microphone was hidden underneath the seatbelt and I didn't realize it for the first 10 minutes or so. Afterwards, the audio is just like it was from the old days on the road. ~ Join us as we delve into a thorough examination and introspection of…
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Vegalogue is a podcast from Australian vegetable peak industry body AUSVEG. Each month we take a look at issues affecting the Australian vegetable, potato and onion sectors, unpacking levy-funded research and meeting some of the incredible people who make up the vegetable industry. This month, we discuss: How the state-by-state rollout of the new P…
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Nicole Stoner, Extension Educator for Horticulture in Gage County, joins Carol to discuss Japanese beetles, a threat on the horizon, and integrated pest management (IPM). You can learn more about Nebraska Extension at http://extension.unl.edu For Nebraska Extension Horticulture, Landscape, and Environmental Systems information go to https://communi…
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New Zealand’s ocean space is many times larger than our land area and presents an enormous opportunity to expand into sustainable open ocean aquaculture for finfish and shellfish. In this week’s podcast, Julie Blommaert speaks to scientist Suzy Black about mobile aquaculture, an innovative new system for farming fish that has massive potential for …
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In this episode, we go over more than a dozen topics quickly, based around the Hort Journal's editor's best article picks for 2023. Karen Smith is my mentor and also the editor for our Australian horticulture industry's best magazine, and she has her finger on the pulse when it comes to amenity hort in this country. You'll hear about emerging pest …
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Soooo, how exactly does that dandelion grown AND THRIVE in the asphalt on the 401? Jack, Lynne and Matt McFarland discuss extremes and how horticultural organisms have adapted to exist in such environments. Alpine areas, extreme cold, extreme heat, lack of oxygen and many locations come into focus on this episode of The Growing Season. How exactly …
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Veteran, and very proud 'Parkie' Paul Rabbitts (currently working at Norwich City Council) fell into parks work after qualifying as a "really bad" landscape architect. Finding "everything was going down the route of being computer aided design and CAD - that sent a cold shiver down my back" he thought "I don't want to do this...which is one of the …
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This week, we’re investigating what exactly makes a plant hardy, how tropical plants survive British winters, and the ways in which what thrives here may be changing – especially in urban environments like London. Presenter Gareth Richards and RHS botanist James Armitage take a tour of weird and wacky tender trees that have survived here against al…
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No-till gardening improves soil health and reduces the gardener’s workload, all while supporting more vigorous plants with better resilience to pests and diseases and greater crop yields. My guest on this week’s encore presentation, organic market gardener and writer Jesse Frost, shares the many ways that ditching the tiller has benefited his farm …
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Today we dive into the intricacies of time management, productivity, and personal well-being. In this insightful episode, we explore the concept of our "24 hours" and how we choose to spend them. Join us as we discuss: Defining Time: The 24-Hour Day Personal Perspectives on Time Time Management and Mental Health Buying Time: Resources and Prioritie…
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Deep Joy! Winter's last hurrah is nearly upon us, at least if you're in Northern Europe, and it's time to finish off the Winter pruning. Our resident horticulturist John Stirland covers the basics and answers member questions on specific plants including Philadelphus, Fig, Ceonothus, Honeysuckle, and roses. As ever, John covers a lot of ground with…
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Dieffenbachia, ‘pothos’, Monstera… a great majority of houseplants are in the Araceae family which most people shorten to just say Aroids. I discuss this broad family with UC Davis Botanical Conservatory volunteer extraordinaire Bruce Ritter. He has revamped our collection and he shares all his tips and tricks with us. Help support feral cat rescue…
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Apologies, I know I say this is episode 13, but its actually episode 12! The update I did a few eps ago stuffed me about. Why should we have chickens in our backyards? How many can you have in the Suburbs? This does have a warning due to the brief talk on chicken death BUT. I will let you know when to fast forward. https://www.dineachook.com.au/blo…
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In this episode, I interview Paul Plant about what we're getting wrong as a whole industry when working with wholesale nurseries in particular, and how we can tighten up our game. I wanted to know stuff like, how are miscommunications and poor choices costing landscapers, arborists and horticulturists time, money, and project efficiency? Are hortic…
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Knickers made of nettles? Wouldn't that hurt? This week Jack, Lynne and Matt McFarland discuss how horticulture and textiles converge. The Growing Season tackles the putting on of your plants, as in how textiles are created using plants in an effort to increase sustainability. Athletic supports, dresses, tops, bottoms, hand bags and many more garme…
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Winter in the UK is either mild and damp, or cold and windy - and who would want to be outside as a gardener at this time of year - well Saul and Lucy for one, as these months are some of the busiest in all of the 12. While the garden may be slumbering, Head Gardeners and their teams are beavering away on major jobs, garden renovations, cleaning an…
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The requirement for developers to implement minimum Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) standards became law on 12 February, and having already worked on projects this week's Horticulture Week Podcast guest already has considerable experience in the field. Although Alexandra Steed was speaking from Vancouver for the podcast recording, her landscape practic…
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Tonight's guest is Stephen Casscles. Tune in as we discuss Heritage grape varieties, his NEW book on Korean grape varieties and more. Hosted by Ron since 2009. Wine maker, cellar master, vineyardist and tasting expert, Ron, makes wine less confusing and more fun. Learn something new each week during the show. We are always looking for guests to tal…
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I just passed the one-year mark of being a greenhouse owner in January. It has been an eye-opener, and I have learned so much. I want to share with you the greenhouse hacks and tips and the lessons learned in my first year and the main “aha” moments. Podcast Links for Show notes Download my free eBook 5 Steps to Your Best Garden Ever - the 5 most i…
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This week’s show is all about growing something new. We’re spreading the word about exciting plant species, cultivars, and hybrids from those that love them most. Legendary plantsman Roy Lancaster chats about shrubby honeysuckles, Canadian horticulturist Grahame Ware makes the case for a curious genus called Syneilesis, and Wisley horticulturist Ja…
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Back in 2023 the PotatoLink team ran a biological product demonstration at the PotatoLink Springbank demonstration site. A mycorrhizal fungi product was applied. Following the results from the 2022 Bolwarrah demonstration site, changes to the fertiliser and fungicide programs were made. Join PotatoLink team members Stephanie Tabone and Kelvin Monta…
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In this episode, I dive deeper into my spiritual journey, exploring how I'm working to find balance amidst the hustle and bustle of life. I open up about the areas where I've been pouring most of my energy lately—social life, family, career, and finances—and how this has left me feeling a bit off-center. To counterbalance, I'm putting extra focus o…
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Embark on an intoxicating voyage through the storied groves of apple history and the intricate science of cider with Dr. Greg Peck from Cornell's School of Integrative Plant Science. Prepare your palate for a revelation as we uncover why cider apples bear little resemblance to their grocery store relatives, and how a symphony of tannins, sugars, an…
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Let’s gather around the Yohimbe tree and get frisky! Jack, Lynne and Matt McFarland guide The Growing Season into all things planted and sexy on this week’s episode. In honour of Valentines Day the trio discuss the upcoming plants that put a tilt in your kilt. Is there any truth to the rumour of aphrodisiacs being a part of certain plants’ operatin…
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Former corporate lobbyist/political adviser Jonathan Shepherd is tentatively "proud to be called a bit of a horticulturist". But horticulturist he very much is. The National Plant Collection holder is a veteran of Hampton Court Palace Flower Show in 2022 and 2023 where he won silver gilt for his Cosmos collection display (he also has a hollyhock na…
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Hosted by Ron since 2009. Wine maker, cellar master, vineyardist and tasting expert, Ron, makes wine less confusing and more fun. Learn something new each week during the show. We are always looking for guests to talk about their winery, vineyard, wine-related product, enology, horticulture and more. Visit our website for details on how to "be a gu…
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Winter in the UK is either mild and damp, or cold and windy - and who would want to be outside as a gardener at this time of year - well Saul and Lucy for one, as these months are some of the busiest in all of the 12. While the garden may be slumbering, Head Gardeners and their teams are beavering away on major jobs, garden renovations, cleaning an…
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Believe it or not, spring is around the corner. Here in NorCal, it is still wet with periods of cold, so one does have to be careful with working soil and protecting from potentially freezes. LOTS of prep to do for the upcoming season. It is time to plant: · Broccoli · Cabbage · Carrots · Cauliflower · Collards, swiss chard · Kale · Leeks · Loose l…
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For this week’s show, we take a behind the scenes look at the ways spring is fighting its way into the picture at RHS Garden Wisley. We go behind the scenes at the Alpine Display House, we get a masterclass on pruning wisteria, and we dive into the life and work of the eccentric and influential horticulturist Ellen Willmott – and explore a theory f…
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Today on Scigest, we speak to Dr Andrew Allan, Principal Scientist at Plant & Food Research and Professor in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Auckland. Andy was recently elected as a Fellow to the Academy of the Royal Society Te Apārangi in recognition of more than 30 years of research in plant genetics, and has featured on th…
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A cut flower garden, when planted in succession and harvested frequently, provides a continuous source of joy to hobby gardeners — and great revenue source for commercial growers. To share her advice on how to start and maintain a cut flower garden, returning to the podcast this week is flower farmer Lisa Mason Ziegler. Podcast Links for Show notes…
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Dive deeper into mental wellness with Episode 2 of "The Pierce Perspective Podcast," where we start to navigate the complex realms of stress and anxiety management and the serenity of bringing nature indoors. Mental Health Matters: This segment shines a light on stress and anxiety with the insightful Dr. Audrey Tang. Together, we delve into effecti…
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In this episode, we share the highlights of the recent gathering of the Medina County Freedom Cell Network that took place on Saturday, January 27th. Freedom Cells, consisting of approximately 8 local individuals, operate in a decentralized manner to empower members through education, peaceful non-compliance, and the establishment of parallel insti…
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