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Welcome to the Soil Sense Podcast, where we believe that building healthier soils is not just a prescription, but rather a pursuit. This journey requires collaboration, curiosity, and communication among farmers, agricultural researchers, agronomists, consultants, and extension. You’re going to hear their stories and discover how and why they’re working together to make sense out of what’s happening in the soil.
 
A unique blend of science and business all focused around farming. Each week features farmers, scientists, and experts sharing insights into topics like soil science, raising livestock, crop growing, composting, cover cropping, modern farm business, microgreens, no-till, and permaculture, among other things! Farm Land is a collection of farm-related podcasts produced by Diego Footer's Modern Grower Podcast Network.
 
GrowCast is one of the world's largest cannabis growing podcasts, where you can hear host Jordan River sit down with some of the most educated and talented people in the cannabis cultivation industry. Tune in to hear world class expert guests take deep dives on niche growing subjects like lighting, nutrients, plant training, organic growing, living soil, grow room automation, and much, much more. So pop on GrowCast to learn while you work in your garden- you've just discovered your number on ...
 
Growing Wild has been espousing the virtues of nature since waaay back in 2016, when it started as a radio show. Presenter and producer Charlotte Petts is a big nature lover and seeks people out to help understand different environmental issues, to tell of their work, adventures and, moreover, to share their mutual love of the outdoors. There are (to name but a few) wild swimmers, mountaineers, allotmenteers, soil scientists, swift watchers, writers, painters, therapists, garden designers an ...
 
Life in the Soil brings you the insights and voices of some of the world’s best soil scientists. Learn about soil biodiversity, why it matters, and how we can protect it. This podcast project is a collaboration between the Rillig Lab and podcaster Anja Krieger, funded through the BiodivERsA project Digging Deeper. Matthias Rillig’s lab at Freie Universität Berlin is part of the Institute of Biology and the Berlin-Brandenburg Institute of Advanced Biodiversity Research (BBIB). Our research fo ...
 
Female Fitness. Faith. Farming. Fortitude. Perfection and sanitation = weakness. To be strong women in the modern world we need to get gritty, dirty and uncomfortable, we need Dirty Strength. If doing the hard thing in life to have a strong Bible-based faith, fit body and functioning gut and pelvic floor while still enjoying life as a women in 2020, then this show is for you! Your host, Sarah Smith has a Masters in Soil Science, is a Russian Kettlebell Certified Instructor, Pelvic Floor expe ...
 
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.
 
1 of The Sunday Times top 5 gardening podcasts! Join broadcaster and house plant fanatic Jez Rose, along with special guests as they explore the season's natural changes and everything nature has to offer us throughout the year. Expect chats about bees, gardening, soil and a whole lot of laughs over tea while they get stuck into jobs in the garden and guide us through the joys of being outdoors. Don't forget to subscribe and if you like it, share on social!
 
Behind the environmental conservation buzzwords there are complex and fascinating stories about how we humans are reimagining how we interact with our environment. From revitalizing the concrete channels of the Los Angeles River to preserving the salmon rich waters of Southeast Alaska to rethinking the sprawling agricultural empires of the American Midwest, the Greener Us podcast explores the science, philosophy, and artistry driving the green revolution. Living sustainably starts with knowl ...
 
Garden Chat is a comment on a more natural approach to gardening. It covers all aspects of everyday gardening practice with the emphasis on soil management, utilizing the correct plant material and following an environmental code of conduct. The aim is to bring both garden and gardener into the natural realm. It is important for us to know the impact our gardens are having on the environment as a whole, so that we can play a positive role.
 
The Spoken Garden podcast is here to help you become a better gardener right now. No matter what level of gardener you are, Sean and Allison, are here to help you build your garden care knowledge and skills! By listening to our fast DIY Garden Minute episodes and our longer podcast episodes, learn how to grow and care for your plants and flowers.
 
There are many people who know something about ruminant animal agriculture and the essential role it plays in meeting the needs of today’s world and the world of 2050. Their expertise may be in some aspect of soil, plant, animal or human health. Or it may be in topics related to environmental stewardship, public policy, or sustainable development. The Ruminati is my attempt to assemble them and introduce them to each other. The goal of this sodcast (see what I did there?) is to make their in ...
 
Exploring the mysteries of soil in search of answers that you can use in your garden or on your farm. Each week features scientists and experts sharing insights into topics like soil science, composting, cover cropping, biochar, no-till, and fungi, among other things! In Search of Soil is hosted and produced by Diego Footer.
 
The Catholic Dirt Podcast is where we take the weekly mass and learn a male perspective from the readings. We then take that theme and challenge ourselves from that lesson. Catholic Dirt is about taking men on their journey to become better SOIL for Christ to plant his seed of faith in. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/catholicdirt/support
 
To most folks, this may seem an odd title but it best describes the range of topics this podcast series delivers to practicing geologists, geoscientists, or anyone with an interest in Pennsylvania’s geological environment. Produced by the Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists (PCPG), the series includes practical and timely topics, technical and social matters, trends and tips for the office or the field, and interesting subjects and interviews that may remind you of why you chose ...
 
Follow along with Hayden Fox and Michelle Ragany while they recall outrageous “story times” from the field. Hayden grew up on a farm and knows nothing about the city despite getting ‘edumacated’, Michelle grew up in the city and recently learned that a combine does not combine soil. Honda civics picking up round bales, girls eating entire cobs of corn, embarrassing moments, this is where the city meets the country. See y’all in the field every Tuesday.
 
#TreesAreKey with Paul Johnson helps listeners better understand and care for their trees. Weekly podcasts feature a short lesson and tree of the week, and share upcoming tree-related events around Texas. From planting to pruning, famous to flowering, to soil, sun and shade, and what to do when faced with disaster -- Trees Are Key has you covered. Paul Johnson is the Urban and Community Forestry Coordinator for Texas A&M Forest Service. Paul is an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) ...
 
The Menoken farm is a conservation demonstration farm located in central North Dakota, owned and operated by the Burleigh County Soil Conservation District. Established in 2009, the farm's primary focus is advancing soil health through innovation and education. The Menoken Farm has become a destination for soil health enthusiasts and is visited by groups from around the world.
 
Transforming with the power of the stories within..... Awakening to the presence of the Love that lies beneath all of the people, events, and stories of your life opens the doorway to greater freedom, satisfaction, and joy........ Unlike denial or focusing only on the 'positive,' this is a map of how to explore your inner terrain in a way that makes you a stronger, more resilient traveler on the road of life........ I'm your host and story guide, Zette Harbour. Over the course of this podcas ...
 
Learn to care for plants successfully and cultivate more joy in your life. Ever killed a houseplant before? Host Maria Failla can relate. That’s why she interviews planty experts to get answers to the plant care questions we all have, but might be nervous to ask: like what the heck IS bright indirect light? What is soil and potting mix made up of? Or What IS the best way to water my plants? Tune in to stop killing your plants, learn how to get them to thrive and most importantly, how plants ...
 
Food with a side of science and history. Every other week, co-hosts Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley serve up a brand new episode exploring the hidden history and surprising science behind a different food- or farming-related topic, from aquaculture to ancient feasts, from cutlery to chile peppers, and from microbes to Malbec. We interview experts, visit labs, fields, and archaeological digs, and generally have lots of fun while discovering new ways to think about and understand the world t ...
 
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This podcast has always been about collaboration and building healthier soils while promoting productivity and profitability at the farm level. It's definitely a team effort. Today's episode shines a spotlight on the work being done by Pheasants Forever and why they too are passionate about building healthier soils. Their primary goal is to “conser…
 
One of the greatest friends of GrowCast Queen of the Sun is back again on the podcast! This time the Queen opens the show by talking about her recent improvements to her outdoor cultivation spot, and gives an update on the native soil transformation that she's been working so hard at! She also gives some useful insight into anyone else looking to d…
 
Container gardening is a fun way to keep your garden looking great and to keep your thumbs green, BUT what should your soil be composed of so your plants stay healthy and get enough water throughout the season? Listen to learn the best container soil components to keep your plants healthy this spring and summer! For examples of different container …
 
The Cinematic Flushers take on Glenn Frey! When cosmic rays create a bunch of super villains, it's up to a scientist (Octavia Spencer) and her obnoxious childhood friend (Melissa McCarthy) to develop superpowers of their own in order to save their city. We love feedback! Tweet us with your comments and suggestions for future flushes.…
 
John McDougall Bio: John McDougall, MD is a board-certified internist, author of 13 national best-selling books, the international on-line “McDougall Newsletter,” and co-founder of the 10-day, live-in McDougall Program in Santa Rosa, CA. He is a clinical instructor for 4 schools training young physicians and licensed in 5 states in the US to practi…
 
Untreated wastewater "routinely released into UK rivers" is creating microplastic hotspots on riverbeds. That is the conclusion of a study in Greater Manchester, which revealed high concentrations of plastic immediately downstream of treatment works. The team behind the research concluded: untreated wastewater was the key source of river microplast…
 
Controlling cancer depends on controlling tissue microenvironments, according to researcher James DeGregori. “There's going to be pressure on cells in the lungs of a smoker to adapt to that new environment,” he explains, “and by adapting to it, it can basically favor new phenotypes that could lead to a malignancy that could lead to the initiation o…
 
From a multi-generational farm in Pennsylvania to respected forage researcher and educator. Forages in Florida and beyond.Logical decisions don't always restrict our interests. Dr. Lynn Sollenberger is Distinguished Professor and Graduate Coordinator of Agronomy at the University of Florida. His appointment is 50% research, 40% teaching, and 10% se…
 
Are you consuming high amounts of deuterium without even knowing it? Could this predispose you to a higher likelihood of developing cancer? Press play for the answers to these questions, and discover: How mitochondrial dysfunction might explain the development of cancer, and what can be done in light of this How the oxygen we breathe and food we ea…
 
Hey Lovelies! Today's episode is a topic near and dear to my heart, PROLAPSE! Listen to this episode to learn the 5 habits behind your prolapse problem so you can begin your journey to address them! Surgery is NOT a fix all for prolapse. Fifty percent of surgeries for prolapse fail, but addressing these habits will help you to avoid surgery (becaus…
 
Systems thinking isn’t a new concept, ancient wisdom tells of the interconnectedness of humans and the systems of our planet. But as a tool for making better decisions in the business world, systems thinking is just taking off. In this episode we talk with three designers, Sabina Popin, Emma Warren, and Oliver Dykes about what systems thinking is a…
 
Happy Saturday! It's time to talk about gardening! On this Saturday Morning LIVE Garden Chat, from 5/8/2021, we highlight some YouTube audience members' recent video questions and comments, and then talk about ornamental grass uses and design. This was sooo fun to talk about and share! We'll also answer your live questions and discuss some other th…
 
For most of us, Prohibition seems like a peculiar American experiment—a doomed attempt by straight-laced religious conservatives to ban alcohol, and, with it, fun. But as it turns out, we've got it all wrong: Prohibition was actually a progressive struggle that united powerless and oppressed people around the world—Leo Tolstoy, Frederick Douglass, …
 
When does cancer in the body reach a threshold at which it becomes an entity, and what causes it? New research shows that cancer may be a latent part of us already and only becomes hazardous after proliferation. Press play to learn: How cell types can help each other grow If chemotherapy promotes genetic mutation The point of origin in a tumor Adri…
 
Ninety-eight percent of the human genome is non-coding. The majority of our DNA instructs and regulates the other two percent. Until recently, this ninety-eight percent was considered junk DNA and held a mystery of purpose akin to dark matter. George Calin opens the mystery for listeners and explains how researching non-coding RNAs will lead to bet…
 
Forage Fanatic! Dr. Jennifer Tucker is an Associate Professor of Beef Nutrition and Forage Management. Dr. Tucker was raised on a small beef cattle operation in South Central Kentucky where she grew up showing cattle, raising various crops including tobacco and vegetables, and helping to improve the pastures on her family's farm. Growing up Tucker …
 
Ever wonder what it's like to go on vacation with a farmer?! Well it ain't all sunshine and corn cobs thats for sure. This week Hayden and Michelle debate over county vs. city while recalling multiple crazy stories. A lady shows up with three vehicles for one bale of hay and the paparazzi try stealing photos while the two are eating ice cream on va…
 
When I polled our listener community about your top requests for outdoor garden-related episodes, the number one request surprised me: it wasn’t managing fertilizer, succession planting, or garden design. It was how to manage pesky animals getting into your gardens! Today, I have the answer to your prayers: Brie from briegrows.com walks us through …
 
Vertically integrated organic hemp producer and solventless extraction expert Crosby from Farmhouse Hemp joins the show for a first time appearance! Crosby talks about the impressive mission of Farmhouse Hemp which is both regenerative and vertically integrated, as well as his role as a co-founder. The conversation turns to his work in extraction, …
 
Watering is one major container plant care need. Even if you have a watering system and it's on a regular schedule, you still need to check your systems, schedule, and more avoid over watering your plants and promoting diseases and insects. Listen to this quick podcast episode to learn how to properly water your container plants this growing season…
 
Peter Andrews is one of Australia's landscape geniuses, who has been battling to change the stats quo attitude of government, farmers and land managers to hydrology and restoring landscape function for 40 years. Charlie sat with Peter at his farm in the central Tablelands of NSW while he recounted his formative years of desert life, how that inform…
 
"The wider view of nature is the more powerful one," says Andreas Mershin, a researcher who stays out of bounds. "Nature is not divided by a textbook," he continues, and this foundation sets the tone for his work. He's a physicist who's exploring the innovative discovery of diseases at their earliest stages, from a prostate cancer diagnosis to brea…
 
What causes a primary tumor to form in the body? Metastatic dissemination explains how genetic damage in the cell can develop cancer and begin the spread. Press play to learn: The triggers for the spread of cancer cells How a stroma supports the primary tumor If excess mutations can revert tumors to stem cell-like tissue Robert Weinberg, a member o…
 
In this episode, I share my journey of contracting Lyme disease, and coming belly to belly, and heart to heart with my Deep Inner Wisdom and Soul. Illness can cause stress, fear, and pain, and as a result, be seen as an enemy trying to harm me. Or, I can learn to hear the voice of my Soul speaking to me, calling back home to myself. If you'd like t…
 
Could better emotional and physical health be as simple as subtle movement? Anna Jacobsen says it is, but the art of her practice is not quite so simple. Tune in to discover: What it means to say that every organ has an energetic quality How emotions like anger and aggression can manifest physically and be “felt” in certain organs Why depression pr…
 
Creator of Power-Si, long time grower, and owner of Canopy Crop Rex is on the show for the first time! Rex joins the podcast for an entire episode about his journey into the grow world, and creating the ever popular cannabis input; Power-Si! Rex talks about silica, silicic acid, and more- and goes on to expand upon why Power-Si works better than ot…
 
A Beetle’s Chemical (And Plastic) Romance For many species of beetle, the key to finding a mate is scent: Both females and males give off pheromones that signal their species, their sex, and even their maturity level. How do researchers know? In experiments with dead beetles that have been sprayed with female pheromones, live males reliably attempt…
 
Weighing COVID-19 Vaccinations For Teens Federal officials are reporting that the Food and Drug Administration is poised to authorize Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 12 to 15 by early next week—just as Canada became the first country to do so on Wednesday of this week. Pfizer has said they will seek out emergency authorization for even …
 
Could a vaccine for specific forms of cancer be a realistic prospect in the future? Based upon research into rhythms in the body, research shows that it may be a viable possibility. Press play to learn: If the time cancer treatment is administered can make a difference Can the sequence or timing of vaccines cause variation in efficacy? How the body…
 
In this episode, Diego discusses how you probably can't do it all alone and why being likable is so important in today's business landscape. Chris Thoreau of Urban Micro joins to talk about the Top Ten Considerations for Starting a Microgreens Business. We close out the episode by letting the cat out of the bag on a big scam. Comment on this episod…
 
“The anthropomorphic language has been frowned upon in biology for a hundred years…and I think it’s because it’s the only way to understand it,” says Perry Marshall. Press play to learn more about his compelling view of cancer and discover: How Perry’s understanding of cancer might explain why stage four cancers are almost always impossible to trea…
 
Despite being home to our early ancestors, attempts to find evidence of early burials in Africa have proved unsuccessful. That is until now. Professor María Martinón-Torres explains how findings from a 78,000-year-old Kenyan grave shed light on how our ancestors related to the dead. In keeping with the theme of clues from the past, Cardiff Universi…
 
What happens when a classically trained medical doctor develops chronic fatigue? When Jeanne Drisko struggled with her health, she discovered integrative medicine and nutrition. Now she’s running a clinic at the University of Kansas with Dr. Kay Chin utilizing translational medicine to unlock better care for cancer patients. Listen and learn What’s…
 
Tangriani holds a doctorate in Agronomy at the Federal University of Paraná and INRAe -FR – Clermont-Ferrand. Her thesis was on nitrogen cycling in integrated crop-livestock systems. In 2015 she served as a visiting scientist in the Soil Management and Ecology team led by Dr. Alan Franzllubers at North Carolina State University. She is a full profe…
 
Happy Saturday! It's time to talk about gardening! On this Saturday Morning LIVE Garden Chat, from 5/1/2021, we highlight some YouTube audience members' recent video questions and comments, and then talk about what ornamental grasses are and the different sizes available right now! Woohoo! We'll also answer your live questions and discuss some othe…
 
How do doctors measure your liver function, kidney function, cholesterol levels, and heart disease? They use biomarkers, and David Wishart helps identify biomarkers with analytical chemistry, mass spectrometry, and other bioinformatics tools. He and his colleagues look at blood or urine and other biological fluids to help in the diagnosis and chara…
 
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