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Hear from energy pioneers from across the globe who are accelerating the shift to clean energy by making their own electric power for their homes, offices, and communities. Join TED speaker and Solar Inventions CEO Bill Nussey and co-host Sam Easterby as they talk to the individuals who are disrupting the century-old grid monopoly and making clean, local energy a reality. Visit FreeingEnergy.com for more.
 
Charlie does not remember the vast majority of his childhood. Ben, likewise, recalls little of Charlie's childhood. Join them as they look through the heavy catalogue of children’s television, including the shows that moulded these two boys into the men they are today. The kind of men who watch children's programming and complain when 'the colours are too big'.You are now an adult who listens to two adult men discuss children's television. Settle in Sunshine!Sidenote, selling bread.
 
Former contestant on the ABC hit television series Shark Tank, irrigation technology expert, and multimillion-dollar eCommerce entrepreneur Andy Humphrey brings his curiosity & creativity to tease out the secrets of successful Green Industry influencers on The Sprinkler Nerd Show. Discover how to get a leg up on the competition, to be the smartest person at the design table, and advance your career in the irrigation and landscape industry at any level. All stones will be unturned as Andy dig ...
 
This show explores how almond growers, handlers, and other stakeholders are making things work in their operations to drive the industry forward. Host Tim Hammerich is visiting with almond leaders throughout California who are finding innovative ways to improve their operations, connect with their communities, and advance the almond industry. Hearing the voices of these industry leaders might spark a connection or idea you can use in your own journey. That’s why we want to feature these stor ...
 
Cannabis podcast where I interview growers, doctors, scientists, lawyers and insiders that are connected to the green plant. I like exploring different topics while interviewing my guests. You'll learn how to grow cannabis to how the endocannabinoid system works and the medicinal benefits of cannabis. These are just a few topics you’ll learn about while listening to my podcast. Please understand, I come at this from a perspective of wanting to learn something new, so no marijuana-related top ...
 
Welcome to University of Minnesota Extension’s first ever nutrient management podcast. Every month we’ll bring you the latest nutrient management information for farmers in Minnesota and across the Midwest. Follow us on facebook at Facebook.com/UMNNutrientMgmt or Twitter at Twitter.com/UMNNutrientMgmt. Thanks to the Agriculture Fertilizer Research and Education Council (AFREC) for your support.
 
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 ...
 
We discuss a range of topics around water and solar water pumping worldwide. We interview LORENTZ Partners, organizations, government, entrepreneurs, and experts in the field of water, bringing to life solutions which benefit people, animals and crops worldwide. We share stories of how water works all around the world from tapped drinking water in Germany all the way to countries with no formalized water infrastructure. We’ll be looking at water for irrigation, water for livestock and water ...
 
A casual conversation about gardening in the Midwest with Toledo's Garden Guy, Mike O'Rourke and Rookie Gardener, Scott Sandstrom. Mike interviews various guests, from experts to local DIY gardeners in a relaxed conversation. While Scott keeps the subjects down to the weekend warrior level. We hope you enjoy each podcast episode, as even the most basic topics can reveal a surprise tip or hint you may not know about! Your Midwest Garden is sponsored by Black Diamond Nursery & Lawn Service. Se ...
 
What if you could get closer to Yeshua of Nazareth by learning about the Hebrew language and the Jewish context of the Bible? I think you can, and so does our global tribe! Shalom, I'm Izzy, the founder of Holy Language Institute. We're a Messianic Jewish ministry with thousands of students in over a hundred countries. We love the Bible and offer spiritual experiences in Hebrew, the language of the Torah/Old Testament. If our focus on following Yeshua in a Hebrew way resonates with you I inv ...
 
A consortium of researchers in the north central region is coordinating research across state boundaries to bring you the best research-based information. The podcast series, "Management of White Mold in Soybeans" has seven episodes and covers these topics: What is White Mold? Understanding the Risks of White Mold in a Growing Season, Biological Control for White Mold, Foliar Fungicides for White Mold, Estimating Yield Loss Due to White Mold, Impact of Irrigation on White Mold, and Guideline ...
 
Welcome to the Sow Edible Farm Podcast. Join our family as we build our permaculture sustainable farm and off grid homestead. With nature as our example, we are shaping the farm with edible food forests, perennials, hugelkulture beds, swales, and keyline water systems. We share our experience in beekeeping and animal husbandry where we pasture raise ducks, chickens, and pigs through the use of rotational grazing and all natural care. As first time farmers, we are learning how to work the lan ...
 
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How can values, beliefs, and attitudes around irrigation improve water efficiency? That is exactly what a recent California Department of Water Resources (DWR) grant project aimed to discover. Grant recipient, Vineyard Team, worked with 59 growers over three years to conduct irrigation-related behavior interviews, Distribution Uniformity evaluation…
 
As it turned out, our good snow pack from last winter was largely diminished by the dry spring that we had. The ground in the mountains was so dry from lack of rainfall in the spring that when the snow started to run off they absorbed a large percentage of the water that would normally end up in our reservoirs. Therefore, my irrigation water shuts …
 
Water price hikes have been deemed a blow for irrigators, trying to recover lost ground in their first wet season after years of drought. IPART is increasing prices by up to 52-percent. Which is less than government agencies originally proposed, but still well-above the 3.8-percent CPI rate. Rural reporter Sophie Clarke caught up with New South Wal…
 
Growing with my fellow growers #131 aka GWMFG #131: SIPs (sub-irrigate planter/pot) & community interaction, IPM and potent ponics joins us! This week @JackGreenstalk is joined by a smaller then usual panel made up of @spartangrown on instagram or spartangrown@gmail.com , @Dr MJ Coco of cocoforcannabis.com and drmjcoco on social media, @Zenthanol o…
 
Kiel Taylor works for Exeter Irrigation an irrigation company in California. Taylor sat down with Vance Crowe to discuss the basics of irrigation and the challenges facing farmers in California. The two discussed coming water regulation, irrigation districts, how water wells work and the technology being utilized to make the best use of water. The …
 
Season #2 has a new feature, QUICK TIPS! A short info podcast presented by an expert in the field. Plus it's an easy to search subject header for when you need that little bit of info in a flash. QUICK TIPS release on "off weeks" of our regular, full length shows, so you are not missing anything. We hope these tips help out while we are busy workin…
 
In this episode, Charlie and Ben talk about Mr Benn (1971-1972) for a bit and then they talk about something else for quite a while. Some of you may already know Mr Benn from it's famous catchphrase "And as if by magic" and it's earworm of a theme tune. Others may know it as one of the best known providers of soft-serve ice-cream, those people howe…
 
In this episode, Dr Sarah Wise speaks with Dr Mathew Geltzeiler and Dr Kara Detwiller. They will discuss article: Opioid use after endoscopic skull base surgery: A descriptive, prospective, longitudinal cohort study. Read the article in International Forum of Allergy and Rhinology. Listen and subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts an…
 
Today is an oldie but goodie in terms of podcast episodes. I reach back into the archives to bring you this interview featuring Freelance Writer and Agricultural Communications Specialist, Heather Smith Thomas. Here are the notes from the original Episode: KEY IDEAS ADVICE FROM HEATHER: PERSISTENCE: Heather urges you not to give up, even after seve…
 
The dairy industry is in a good position to have a memorable season, thanks to strong farm gate prices, great weather conditions and low input costs. A Dairy Australia report has found milk production is forecast to increase by up to two percent bringing the milk pool up to 9 billion litres. Rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with Senior Indu…
 
In this episode, Charlie and Ben talk about Brum (1991-2002), the answer to the question 'What would happen if Laurel & Hardy had a baby with Herbie, the Love Bug?'. A question which, I will admit, invites multiple further questions none of which this podcast seeks to answer. Brum terrified Ben as a child, and he is not afraid to discuss this in th…
 
AGCO Corp: https://www.agcocorp.com/ Louisa Parker-Smith: https://news.agcocorp.com/news/agco-names-louisa-parker-smith-director-of-global-sustainability Email Newsletters: Upstream Ag Insights: https://upstreamaginsights.substack.com/ Software is Feeding the World: https://rpethe.substack.com/ Today’s guest is Louisa Parker-Smith, who is the Globa…
 
It's Mike turn to reveal his "Sleeper Plant". No not a tired plant, but an over looked beauty you should think about adding to your landscape!! Get your pen & paper to write down a few variety types, then head on over to your local garden center! PLUS a Mike's Mail Question has hit our email box! _______________ If you'd like to ask us an "on-air" …
 
There is something very special about being able to interview all of the American Star Award Finalists every year. It is definitely a time of year that is inspirational to me and that gives me the motivation to continue my quest into entrepreneurship. And the only thing that can make that even more special is when one of those finalists has been a …
 
Sheep producers are concerned Victoria's strict workforce restrictions at processing facilities could see more than a quarter of a million lambs not able to be processed this spring. The 20 percent reduction in work force is only in place at Melbourne abattoirs, but if extended across the state would impact about 1 million lambs. Rural editor Eddie…
 
Blacksmithing has gone from the backbone of medieval towns to an artisan craft revitalized over the past few years. We have looked into the history of blacksmithing, from the rudimentary crafts done thousands of years ago, to the development of the first nail, and now to the modern take on this ancient profession.In addition to the history of black…
 
Businesses along the Victorian border are being urged to seek help from newly minted brokers who are working in the regions. The eight positions have been created to navigate some of the struggles of border restrictions. Victoria's Cross Border Commissioner Luke Wilson spoke with rural editor Eddie Summerfield. Subscribe to the National Rural News …
 
Brian calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to share his thoughts on the upcoming cotton defoliation season. Brian visits with Jason and Tom about different defoliation strategies given different weather scenarios. More information can be found in the Midsouth Cotton Defoliation Guide at https://cottoncultivated.cottoninc.com/20…
 
In part two of this special interview, global renewable energy leader Michael Liebreich breaks down the core elements driving the shift to a net-zero economy and how public policy and finance influence the rate of change. Plus, Liebreich shares insights on startups and what shapes his investment strategies.…
 
Despite risks relating to the mouse plague, the worker shortage, and covid uncertainties farmers are forecast to produce more than 70 billion dollars worth of goods this financial year. The national commodities forecaster expects a 17 percent rise in winter crop production will help contribute to farm production value reaching 73 billion dollars. S…
 
Debbie Nichols and Caroline Matthis suffer from a disease known as Alpha Gal Syndrome, a tick-borne illness that makes the effected person allergic to mammal meat and animal products. During their conversation with host Vance Crowe the three talk about living with Alpha Gal Syndrome, how to diagnose the disease, the person that suggested giving Alp…
 
I try to interview every American Star Finalist, every year at this time. To me, getting to spend 20-30 minutes asking these FFA members about their journeys is what it would be like for other people to get to interview a star athlete for that amount of time. These students have risen to the top of an organization with a lot of talent. When these s…
 
It's been 20 years since Autumm and I received a telephone call first thing in the morning telling us that the Twin Towers in New York City were on fire. Different then our normal morning routine, we headed out to the living room and turned the television on to witness the towers falling just a short time later. We were forever changed just as ever…
 
Today is my second time featuring Ally Spears on the Off-Farm Income Podcast. She first appeared on the show in December of 2020 on episode #945. She and her mother co-own a business called Junk & Disorderly, and it supports the farm and farming lifestyle in the Bay Area of California. Ally does not live in California however. She lives in Texas an…
 
This week, we were on hand for the Arkansas Connectivity Summit at the Hot Springs Convention Center. We heard from a variety of experts, including a sitting FCC commissioner, about the state’s effort to expand and improve broadband internet access and about the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. See our interview with FCC Commissioner Br…
 
Here’s what to do when it’s time to move your plants indoors - everything from plant baths to adjusting your care! One note on cleaning your plants: be sure to check for beneficial buggos prior to giving your plant a bath. Butterfly eggs, wee spiders, etc, should all stay outside (unless you want to bring them in, of course!) :)…
 
On tomorrow's episode I am having Ally Spears back on the show to talk about some of her other entrepreneurial endeavors in agriculture. It was a fun interview, talking about ag and life in general. I thought recapping the episode she did with her mother, Robyn, from the National Finals Rodeo in 2020 would be a great choice for this week's re-cap e…
 
The discovery of mad cow disease in the world's largest beef exporter is serving as a warning about the importance of traceability and surveillance of disease in red meat supply chains. Brazil has halted exports after confirming two cases of the disease, fueling concerns global supplies could become even tighter. Rural Editor Sophie Clarke caught u…
 
Visit Bushel online: https://bushelpowered.com/ Today’s episode takes a peak inside one of the hottest agtech companies to come along in recent years: Bushel. I’ve known about Bushel for a couple of years now, and originally just understood them to be a company that was digitizing scale tickets, which is actually how they started. Scale tickets, fo…
 
Mike and Scott brave the blustery day to cap off several topics for September. It's a buffet style show with a little something for everyone. So grab a dessert and join us... and watch your napkins, it's really windy out here!!! _______________ If you'd like to ask us an "on-air" question or just leave a show comment, do it the old fashioned way, l…
 
On today's show, we are featuring an American Star Finalist in agricultural placement. These are always great interviews because the students that make it to this level are so dedicated to whomever they are working for, family or otherwise, their talents and work ethic shine through. That is definitely true with Jakob Weinheimer. Jakob has grown up…
 
Mouse numbers aren't expected to lower national crop production, but could increase costs in some regions. ABARES latest report projects a national winter crop harvest of 54-point-eight-million-tonnes - up almost a third on usual levels. Rural editor Sophie Clarke caught up with Senior Economist Peter Collins to find out more. See omnystudio.com/li…
 
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