Best agronomy podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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GRDC - Driving Agronomy Podcasts
Monthly+
 
Brought to you by the Grains Research and Development Corporation and presented by Online Business Radio’s Chris Brown, Driving Agronomy podcasts are released weekly and discuss various agronomic issues to assist and inform those in the Australian grain industry.
 
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Agronomy Geeks Podcast - Western Canadian Edition
 
RealAgriculture is talking to scientists and farmers in the field, covering the latest crop news in western Canada.
 
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GRDC - Driving Agronomy Podcasts
Monthly+
 
Driving Agronomy podcasts are released weekly and discuss various agronomic issues to assist and inform those in the Australian grain industry.
 
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Agronomy Geeks Podcast - Ontario Edition
 
Real Agriculture is focused on issues that impact agriculture.
 
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The All Things Plants Podcast
Monthly
 
Dave and Trish talk about gardening and all things plants. Produced by the National Gardening Association.
 
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The All Things Plants Podcast
Monthly
 
Dave and Trish talk about gardening and all things plants. Produced by the National Gardening Association.
 
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Ag Talk with the Ag Doc
Monthly
 
All things agronomy! Get the latest news, research, and interviews with leaders in the world of agriculture. Hosted by Dr. Curtis Livesay of Dynamite Ag.
 
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Ag PhD Radio on SiriusXM 147
Weekly+
 
Listen to Brian and Darren Hefty give agronomic advice and agricultural information on Ag PhD Radio on Rural Radio SiriusXM Channel 147.
 
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Wheat Pete's Word
Weekly
 
Every Wednesday, Peter Johnson gives you the agronomic word on all the crops growing in Canada.
 
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Ag PhD SiriusXM Radio Show Player
Weekly+
 
Listen to Brian and Darren Hefty give agronomic advice and agricultural information on Ag PhD Radio on Rural Radio SiriusXM Channel 80.
 
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Your Harvest Minute
Monthly
 
Seed......time......harvest
 
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The Agronomist
Monthly+
 
Seminar presentations from the Department of Agronomy at Iowa State University, including current research projects and special guest experts on the science of plant genetics, plant breeding, plant physiology, crop production, agricultural meteorology, sustainable agriculture, soil management, soil microbiology, soil physics, and soil chemistry.
 
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Progressive Farming
Monthly+
 
Progressive Farming is about doing and thinking “beyond organic”. BioEnergetic Agriculture is a platform of thought and action towards the physical, mineral, biological, and energetic capacities of living systems. BE Ag integrates cutting-edge agronomic concepts such as base saturation mineral balance, compost tea, activated water, biodynamic methods, and more. Learn about these concepts and how to put them to work in your garden, farm or landscape in this weekly webinar from Evan Folds, Fou ...
 
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Ontario Field Crop Update
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A weekly synopsis of agronomy trials being conducted by public researchers in Ontario along with any crop updates during the growing season. Hosted by Mike Cowbrough, Weed Specialist (Field Crops).
 
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From the Ground Up
Monthly+
 
Salford Group is an agriculture equipment manufacturer - owner and producer of BBI, AerWay, Salford, and Valmar equipment. On From the Ground Up, Salford Group's agronomy expert Jim Boak discusses everything agriculture and soil health.
 
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DuPont Pioneer 'Walking Your Fields' Podcast Series
 
Welcome to 'Walking Your Fields,' a series of podcasts produced by DuPont Pioneer in the interest of promoting sound agronomic practices.
 
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Canola Watch
Rare
 
Canola Watch provides practical and timely information for canola farmers in Canada. Subscribe to the agronomy email and to our podcast. Follow us on Twitter @CanolaWatch
 
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Horticultural Horrors
Daily+
 
Whether you have acreage in the country, or flowerpots on a balcony in the city, join the Horticultural Horrors crew. You will learn how to choose plants, design the garden, install plants correctly, and obtain an understanding of the future care needed to maintain a healthy landscape (watering, pruning, fertilization, etc.) We will cover all things gardening/landscaping. With the many sciences, like horticulture, agronomy, meteorology, entomology, etc.... that affect your garden, there will ...
 
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MFA Incorporated
Monthly
 
MFA Incorporated is a farm cooperative based in Missouri and serves farmers in MO and surrounding states. Our podcast provides info from our expert nutritionists, precision agronomy experts, agronomists and veterinarians about Agricultural best-practices and our products & services. Special thanks to Brownfield Ag News for adding some great content. Producers James Fashing & Chelsea Robinson, MFA Incorporated Communications Department. Also available at iTunes for iOS devices: http://mfa.ag/ ...
 
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While having guests and learning from people with different perspectives are the typical setup of this show, stopping to reflect on the things that have been discussed and talked about is an excellent way of seeing the learning, growth, and future direction of the program. With this said, today, I’m going to deviate from my normal program flow ...…
 
Eileen Kladivko is a professor of agronomy at Purdue University in Indiana and a founding member of the Midwest Cover Crops Council. Her specific research areas have included tile drainage, cover crops and earthworms.
 
It’s another record year for soybean acres planted, as 10 - 15 percent of planned corn acres were shifted to soybeans due to the spring weather conditions. This record doesn’t come without challenges, though. Many of those acres will need special attention throughout the growing season.Agronomy sales specialist Dawn Kielsmeier talks late-plante ...…
 
Ag News: A Kansan is named Chief Ag Negotiator for USTR ... Little Blue NRD's temporary stay on high-capacity water wellsGuests: Jason Ladman, Director of Waterstreet Solutions - Dealing with 'People Problems' on the farm ... Dr. Tami Brown-Brendl, ag engineer with USDA MARC, discussing new app for warning and advanced knowledge to deal with li ...…
 
My guest this week is Tom Keene, Agronomy Specialist at the University of Kentucky. Tom specializes in plant and soil sciences and is a really nice guy! Here's a fun at-home test your family can do to test your soil health! Bury your underwear - it's for science! A recent article on pasture management can be found here. The University of Kentuc ...…
 
GROWMARK Director of Agronomy Marketing Lance Ruppert joins the podcast to discuss the 2017 Endure 4R Advocate award winners.
 
ISA is continuing its ILSoyAdvisor.com podcasts, connecting agronomy experts with Illinois farmers to share their insights, experiences and recommendations on growing high-yielding, profitable soybeans.Nick Marley, agronomist and Certified Crop Adviser, joins us this month to share his insight on the importance of evaluating early season plant ...…
 
On today’s episode, we have the 2017 Georgia Teacher of the Year - Casey Bethel. Casey is the teacher we all want, and his authentic voice and love for the profession is magnified throughout this episode. We learn about his path to the teaching profession, his love of science, his work vs effort rubric, and the book that changed his paradigm to ...…
 
Dr. Bob Hartzler is an ISU agronomy professor and an extension weed specialist. After years of removing milkweed from agricultural fields, he is encouraging its re-establishment in strategic locations to help stop monarch butterfly decline as a part of the Iowa Monarch Conservation Consortium.
 
This week with Ellie Codling we have the first of two pre-election specials, as we hear from the major parties and their policies on agriculture plus a look ahead to Cereals as well as the usual grain and agronomy reports.By aedwards@lincsfm.co.uk (Ant Edwards).
 
Winston Churchill said, "Mountaintops inspire leaders, but valleys mature them." Men and women discover themselves during their days in the valley. Those Valley experiences prepare them for the mountaintop. However, the key to successfully move through the valley is personal leadership. Sadly, when some people hear about personal leadership, th ...…
 
Precision Ag Specialist Mark Morton talks agronomy for the week of May 24th.
 
One system which some might consider a bit more obscure is that of a disc seeder and stripper front combination. While it's not a new concept, it's not used as much in Australia, as it is in other parts of the world.That could potentially change though, with those who are using it finding they're having a win with weed management, soil moisture ...…
 
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Whitetail Rendezvous podcast hosted by Bruce Hutcheon
 
Extraordinary Game Changing Insights Rackology...The DNA double helix drop tines on our logo represents not only antler growth, but more importantly overall deer herd health which in turn maximizes the GENETIC potential of your deer! DNA is the blueprint, if you will, of every characteristic an organism possesses. Some deer for example have exc ...…
 
Chatham Hills director of agronomy David Hardesty discusses the construction and opening of a new course in the Indianapolis suburbs.
 
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The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
 
228: Sheri McLane on Soil and Plant Testing. Improving plant yields through expert analysis of growing mediums. In this podcast: Soil scientist Sheri explains how she found her calling in an agronomy and is driven to help farmers and gardeners with their soil questions. There is a great deal of science in determining the chemical make-up of soi ...…
 
Agrium's Ray Dowbenko and Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialists Warren Ward and Dan Orchard talk about the phosphorus-deficiency message at canoLAB and about the surprising soil they demonstrated.
 
This is the first in a series of podcasts based on content from canoLAB 2017. In this episode, host Jay Whetter talks with Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialists Dan Orchard and Nicole Philp and Alberta Agriculture oilseed specialist Murray Hartman about target plant stands, seeding rates and new tools at canolacalculator.ca.…
 
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Technology & Choice, and SAFE Crossroads podcasts
 
IN THIS EPISODE> **Agronomy** is the science and technology of producing and using plants for food, fuel, fiber, and land reclamation. -- WikipediaCo-host Michael Bright and I present the third in the Hemp Corner series. Those used to hearing mostly about internet and cryptocurrency tech may wonder why we're exploring such a mundane and seeming ...…
 
Today’s guest is a scientist, researcher, and the founder of Dynamite Ag – a sales and consulting company founded in 2012. Growing up in a Christian household, Dr. Curtis Livesay was told not to do drugs, to research about it. This pursuit of knowledge led him to acquire a Ph.D. in interpersonal communication and research methods. It is also th ...…
 
Today’s guest is a scientist, researcher, and the founder of Dynamite Ag – a sales and consulting company founded in 2012. Growing up in a Christian household, Dr. Curtis Livesay was told not to do drugs, to research about it. This pursuit of knowledge led him to acquire a Ph.D. in interpersonal communication and research methods. It is also th ...…
 
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Vancouver Tech Podcast
 
Intro Host Drew Ogryzek opens the show with some special mentions and giveaways! Scott Bellware presents a Ruby Microservices workshop in Vancouver, April 29th and 30th: Retweet https://goo.gl/dTue29 with @vantechpodcast to be entered into a draw for a free ticket! There's also an Intro to Virtual Reality Workshop brought to us by Design Lab. T ...…
 
A topical monthly podcast on a number of issues brought to you by Syngenta.This month we cover:- Agronomy update - Old grain markets - Maize - Potatoes (PCN)Moddus® is a Registered Trademarks of a Syngenta Group Company. Moddus (MAPP 15151) contains trinexapac-ethyl. All other brand names used are Trademarks of other manufacturers in which prop ...…
 
MITCH HUNTER is a PhD candidate at Penn State, in agronomy working with Dr. David Mortensen to develop ecologically sound farming systems that are productive, economical, and workable for farmers. He is also pursuing a minor in ecology. His current research focuses on using cover crops to improve cropping system productivity, sustainability, an ...…
 
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Ohio's Country Journal & Ohio Ag Net
 
The whole crew comes together for the first Ohio Ag Net podcast. In this episode, host Joel Penhorwood talks the hottest issues in agriculture through a roundtable discussion with the entire group, including Dale Minyo, Ty Higgins, Matt Reese, and Bart Johnson. From there, we head to Commodity Classic which recently wrapped up in San Antonio, T ...…
 
MFA Incorporated Director of Agronomy Dr. Jason Weirich talks about the upcoming changes to farming and application processes caused by the newest Dicamba technology. The talk was to a group of Missouri farmers at an MFA District meeting.
 
Simon Severin (Agritech Rural) and Simon Craig (Farm 360)discuss the 2016 season and some of the issues to be mindful of in 2017. This audio was recorded at the 2016 Trials Review Day.
 
Agronomy is a noun. It means the science of soil management and crop production. Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, evolution, distribution, identification and taxonomy. When an agronomist and a biologist get together to think up what deer really need ...…
 
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Soybean Pest Podcast
 
It's unusually warm this February episode. Like Bugs Bunny cartoon said - Gosh, it's hot! Matt and Erin talk about accumulating degree days for the state so far in 2017. Northern counties have accumulated between 16-22 degree days, while southern counties have accumulated 50-53 degree days. Erin uses the ISU Agronomy Mesonet to estimate tempera ...…
 
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Soybean Pest Podcast
 
It's unusually warm this February episode. Like Bugs Bunny cartoon said - Gosh, it's hot! Matt and Erin talk about accumulating degree days for the state so far in 2017. Northern counties have accumulated between 16-22 degree days, while southern counties have accumulated 50-53 degree days. Erin uses the ISU Agronomy Mesonet to estimate tempera ...…
 
Agronomist Cameron Horine talks about the 2017 version of the MFA Agronomy Guide which is hot off the press.
 
I am Laís Viana, currently, a graduate student in agronomy at the Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro (8th Period). My native language is Brazilian Portuguese and my second language is English. I have been in contact with English since I was a child, with music, movies, and others. I have a CNA (https://www.cna.com.br/) Mast ...…
 
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