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My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 221 - December 6, 2021 - Unique NOW Management Perspective; Pistachio Yield Prediction Project

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 29:35


In today's episode, we hear a unique perspective from PCA Carla Youngblood and tree nut grower Chris Wylie on best management practices for navel orangeworm.  Additionally, we hear information on a new pistachio yield prediction project from UC Davis' Patrick H. Brown.  Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

Psychic Teachers
Exploring In Crop Circles

Psychic Teachers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 42:40


In this fascinating show, Deb and Samantha examine crop circles. Who's creating these elaborate images and why? What are they doing to the crops that eventually enter into our food? Are they all hoaxes or something more? We hope you enjoy the show. Please tell a friend and be sure to check out our Facebook page for more images and information on crop circles.Thanks for listening. Be the Light!

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 12.03.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 54:23


Prunes may help rein in holiday cravings, according to new research University of Liverpool, November 30, 2021 New research from the University of Liverpool, England reports that consuming prunes can help control appetite and reduce overall caloric consumption, serving as a perfect snack to keep holiday cravings at bay. “These studies demonstrate that dried fruit can both produce satiety and be incorporated into the diet during weight management,” said Professor Jason C G Halford, President of the European Association for the Study of Obesity (EASO), who was part of the research team. (NEXT) Is the relationship between diet, intestinal bacteria and cells key to preventing systemic inflammation? University of California at Los Angeles,  November 23, 2021 Mice fed a diet high in fat, cholesterol and calories, akin to the Western diet, had higher measures of blood lipids associated with elevated levels of inflammation, a new UCLA study finds. Researchers also identified clues to how the microbiology of the intestinal tract impacts disease-causing inflammation, suggesting that targeting the mucus interface between gut bacteria and the cells of the small intestine may be a novel means of preventing systemic inflammation.  (NEXT) Ultra-processed foods increase the risk of a second heart attack or stroke A high consumption of industrially processed foods significantly increases the risk of a second heart attack or a fatal stroke in people who already suffer from cardiovascular diseases, even if they follow the Mediterranean diet I.R.C.C.S. Neuromed in Pozzilli (Italy), November 30, 2021 UNow a study by the Department of Epidemiology and Prevention of the I.R.C.C.S. Neuromed in Pozzilli (Italy) explores the health effects of a large dietary share of ultra-processed food on people already suffering from cardiovascular diseases. The findings indicate a higher risk of a second heart attack (or stroke), this time fatal. Moreover, another observation emerges from this study: even in people generally following the Mediterranean diet, but consuming too many ultra-processed foods, health risks are higher. (NEXT) Psychedelics show promise in treating mental illness Virginia Tech University, November 24, 2021 One in five U.S. adults will experience a mental illness in their lifetime, according to the National Alliance of Mental Health. But standard treatments can be slow to work and cause side effects. To find better solutions, a Virginia Tech researcher's findings give insight into how psychedelic substances like psilocybin, mescaline, LSD, and similar drugs may relieve symptoms of addiction, anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. The drugs appear to work faster and last longer than current medications — all with fewer side effects. (NEXT) Transcendental Meditation and lifestyle modification increase telomerase, new study finds Increased telomerase associated with decreased hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and cellular aging Maharishi University of Management, December 2, 2021 A new study published in PLOS ONE found that the Transcendental Meditation technique and lifestyle changes both appear to stimulate genes that produce telomerase, an enzyme that's associated with reduced blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and mortality. Specifically, these approaches were found to activate two genes that code for telomerase, which adds molecules to the ends of chromosomes, or telomeres, protecting them from deteriorating. (NEXT) Magnesium helps prevent amyloid beta aggregation in experimental research Northeastern University (Shenyang, China), December 2 2015. The December issue of The FASEB Journal reports the discovery of researchers in China of an ability of ionic magnesium (Mg2+) to help reduce the deposition of amyloid beta in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease. For their research, Pu Wang, PhD, of Northeastern University in Shenyang, China and colleagues tested the effect of magnesium threonate, which is believed to penetrate the blood brain barrier, on normal mice and mice that overexpressed a gene that increased amyloid beta production while decreasing the influx of magnesium into the brain. Among those that received magnesium, the researchers observed a reduction in amyloid beta aggregation and associated cognitive decline, accompanied by an elevation in brain levels of ionic magnesium. (OTHER NEWS) Pathologized Totalitarianism 101 J Hopkins, November 22, 2021 So, GloboCap has crossed the Rubicon. The final phase of its transformation of society into a pathologized-totalitarian dystopia, where mandatory genetic-therapy injections and digital compliance papers are commonplace, is now officially underway. On November 19, 2021, the government of New Normal Austria decreed that, as of February, experimental mRNA injections will be mandatory for the entire population. This decree comes in the midst of Austria's official persecution of “the Unvaccinated,” i.e., political dissidents and other persons of conscience who refuse to convert to the new official ideology and submit to a series of mRNA injections, purportedly to combat a virus that causes mild-to-moderate flu-like symptoms (or no symptoms of any kind at all) in about 95% of the infected and the overall infection fatality rate of which is approximately 0.1% to 0.5%. But, seriously, this is just the beginning of the Winter Siege I wrote about recently. The plan seems to be to New-Normalize Europe first — generally speaking, Europeans are more docile, respectful of all authority, and not very well armed — and then use it as leverage to force the new pathologized totalitarianism on the USA, and the UK, and the rest of the world. I do not believe this plan will succeed. And a lot of us are angry, extremely angry … militantly, explosively angry. We are not “vaccine hesitant” or “anti-vax” or “Covid-denying conspiracy theorists.” We are millions of regular working-class people, people with principles, who value freedom, who are not prepared to go gently into the globalized, pathologized-totalitarian night. We no longer give the slightest shit whether our former friends and family members who have gone New Normal understand what this is. We do. We understand exactly what this is. It is a nascent form of totalitarianism, and we intend to kill it — or at least critically wound it — before it matures into a full-grown behemoth. It is also important (essential, I would argue) to make the violence of the New Normal visible, i.e., to frame this fight in political terms, and not in the pseudo-medical terms propagated by the official Covid narrative). This isn't an academic argument over the existence, severity, or the response to a virus. This is a fight to determine the future of our societies. This fact, above all, is what the global-capitalist ruling classes are determined to conceal. The roll-out of the New Normal will fail if it is perceived as political(i.e., a form of totalitarianism). It relies on our inability to see it as what it is. So it hides itself and the violence it perpetrates within a pseudo-medical official narrative, rendering itself immune to political opposition. We need to deny it this perceptual redoubt, this hermeneutic hiding place. We need to make it show itself as what it is, a “pathologized” form of totalitarianism. In order to do that, we need to understand it … its internal logic, and its strengths, and weaknesses. Pathologized Totalitarianism I have been describing the New Normal as “pathologized totalitarianism” and predicting that compulsory “vaccination” was coming since at least as early as May 2020.  I use the term “totalitarianism” intentionally, not for effect, but for the sake of accuracy. The New Normal is still a nascent totalitarianism, but its essence is unmistakably evident. And, thus, its classic totalitarian features — e.g., the revocation of basic rights and freedoms, centralization of power, rule by decree, oppressive policing of the population, demonization and persecution of a “scapegoat” underclass, censorship, propaganda, etc. — are not hidden, because they are impossible to hide, but are recontextualized in a pathologized official narrative. The Untermenschen become “the Unvaccinated.” Swastika lapel pins become medical-looking masks. Aryan ID papers become “vaccination passes.” Irrefutably senseless social restrictions and mandatory public-obedience rituals become “lockdowns,” “social distancing,” and so on. The world is united in a Goebbelsian total war, not against an external enemy (i.e., a racial or political enemy), but against an internal, pathological enemy. This pathologized official narrative is more powerful (and insidious) than any ideology, as it functions, not as a belief system or ethos, but rather, as objective “reality.” You cannot argue with or oppose “reality.” “Reality” has no political opponents. Those who challenge “reality” are “insane,” i.e., “conspiracy theorists,” “anti-vaxxers,” “Covid deniers,” “extremists,” etc. And, thus, the pathologized New Normal narrative also pathologizes its political opponents, simultaneously stripping us of political legitimacy and projecting its own violence onto us. Global-capitalist ideology will not function as an official ideology in an openly totalitarian society. It requires the simulation of “democracy,” or at least a simulation of market-based “freedom.” A society can be intensely authoritarian, but, to function in the global-capitalist system, it must allow its people the basic “freedom” that capitalism offers to all consumers, the right/obligation to participate in the market, to own and exchange commodities, etc. The point is, New Normal totalitarianism — and any global-capitalist form of totalitarianism — cannot display itself as totalitarianism, or even authoritarianism. It cannot acknowledge its political nature. In order to exist, it must not exist. Above all, it must erase its violence (the violence that all politics ultimately comes down to) and appear to us as an essentially beneficent response to a legitimate “global health crisis” (and a “climate change crisis,” and a “racism crisis,” and whatever other “global crises” GloboCap thinks will terrorize the masses into a mindless, order-following hysteria). Look it in the eye, and act accordingly. (NEXT) Unelected WEF globalists push digital identity schemes in digital health inclusion report Tim Hinchliffe -UNHERD, December 1, 2021 In a new report, the unelected globalists at the World Economic Forum (WEF) are pushing digital identity schemes under the guise of digital health inclusion that give the illusion of choice and privacy under policies of coercion. The WEF's Edison Alliance, whose “vision is for every person to affordably participate in the digital economy,” published its “Shared Guiding Principles for Digital Health Inclusion” white paper on Tuesday, outlining the importance of “digital health identity” in the overall scheme. “The health ID should allow individuals to be uniquely identified, authenticated, and linked to their health records, with informed consent” — “Shared Guiding Principles for Digital Health Inclusion,” WEF, 2021 Out of the seven principles, the third is dedicated to “digital health identity,” which includes action points such as: Promoting digital citizenship to give patients and their caregivers the ability to understand their own health records and care plans Focusing on a health identity (ID) to maintain and access longitudinal individual health records, which are essential for connected care and continuum of care, portability of health records, interoperability and patient control The health ID should allow individuals to be uniquely identified, authenticated, and linked to their health records, with informed consent The ID should enable improved access to care in different geographies, for all levels of care (primary to tertiary), as well as for different disease conditions and in government health programs Getting everyone on the planet connected to the internet is key to digital health inclusion. Without full connectivity, harvesting the personal data of billions of people is a lot more difficult. And while the unelected globalists say that individuals should always be in control of their own health information, they completely ignore that individuals are being coerced into giving up control of their data in order to restore freedoms that never should have been taken away in the first place. Take vaccine passports for example, which the World Health Organization says actually “may increase the risk of disease spread.” The WEF white paper goes on to say that “caregivers and patients should remain in control of medical decisions,” yet we are seeing the exact opposite of that happening all over the world wherever draconian vaccine mandates are enforced. Principle six in the report is about “using health data safely and responsibly to ensure inclusion while safeguarding informed consent, privacy and confidentiality.” This section emphasizes data ownership, the right to opt out, and informed consent — none of which are being respected by public and private entities throughout the world. Action points include: Setting high standards for the responsible collection, storage, sharing and use of data that adhere to the principles of security, privacy, transparency, accountability, integrity, patient ownership and choice, protection and “do no harm” Incorporating the patient's clear right to opt out Requiring informed consent, including clear articulation of the complexities of informed consent (NEXT) Magical Thinking on Fertilizer and Climate Change By Timothy A. Wise Inter Press News, November 9, 2021 As world leaders wrap up the UN Climate Summit in Glasgow, new scientific research shows that there is still a great deal of magical thinking about the contribution of fertilizer to global warming. Philanthropist Bill Gates fed the retreat from science in his book How to Avoid a Climate Disaster earlier this year. “To me fertilizer is magical,” he confesses, nitrogen fertilizer in particular. Under a photo of a beaming Gates in a Yara fertilizer distribution warehouse in Tanzania, he explains that “to grow crops, you want tons of nitrogen – way more than you would ever find in a natural setting [sic]…. But nitrogen makes climate change much worse.” That last part, at least, is true, and new research suggests that the climate impacts of excessive use of nitrogen fertilizers is much worse than previously estimated. Researchers estimate that the N-fertilizer supply chain is contributing more than six times the greenhouse gases (GHGs) produced by the entire commercial aviation sector. Nitrogen: a growing climate problem By all accounts, food and agriculture are barely on the agenda of the UN climate summit, even though food systems contribute about one-third of GHGs. Direct emissions from food production account for about one-third of that, with the principal source being livestock, mostly methane and manure emissions. But about 10% of direct emissions from come from synthetic nitrogen fertilizer applied to crops. Only a portion of the applied fertilizer is absorbed by plants. Some is turned into nitrous oxide by soil micro-organisms. Some leaches off the soil or volatilizes into gas when it is applied. The cumulative effect is the release of nitrous oxide, a GHG 265 times more potent than carbon dioxide. Three scientists working with Greenpeace, the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, and GRAIN have carried out the first comprehensive lifecycle analysis of N fertilizer emissions. They used improved data on direct field emissions and incorporated emissions from the manufacture and transportation of N fertilizers. Manufacturing, which relies heavily on natural gas, accounts for 35% of total N fertilizer GHGs. The new estimates, which are preliminary as they undergo peer review, are 20% higher than those previously used by the United Nations. Not surprisingly, the largest emitters are the largest agricultural producers: China, India, North America, and Europe. On a per capita basis, though, the largest emitters are the big agricultural exporters: United States, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe. Taking Africa in the wrong direction Africa is still not a large fertilizer user, with application rates low – about 15 kg/ha – but rising rapidly with the recent Green Revolution campaigns. While Gates essentially dismisses the climate impacts from fertilizer as a necessary evil to achieve the greater good of food security, evidence is growing that the Green Revolution approach is failing on its own terms. My research showed that in AGRA's 13 focus countries, yields were not growing significantly and the number of undernourished people has increased 31%. The greater good promised by AGRA has not been very good. According to the new fertilizer research, AGRA is taking Africa in the wrong direction. Globally, the use of nitrogen fertilizer is projected to grow between 50% and 138% by 2050. Africa is projected to see at least a 300% increase in the next 30 years. It will be far greater if Gates has his way. The climate implications of that development path are worrisome. A 300% increase means 2.7 million tonnes (Mt) more of N fertilizer in Africa. With field emissions estimated at 2.65 tonnes of GHGs per tonne of nitrogen and another 4.35 tonnes from production and transportation, total emissions are more like 7 tonnes of GHGs per tonne of N fertilizer. By 2050, a 300% increase in Africa's fertilizer use would mean adding about 19 Mt of GHGs per year more than it emits now. Because GHGs accumulate in the atmosphere and nitrous oxide persists for more than 100 years, Africa will have contributed an additional 284 Mt of GHGs by 2050 if fertilizer use increases 300%. If Gates and AGRA get their way and Africa approaches current global averages of 137 kg/ha of N fertilizer, Africa would contribute 800% more, an additional 50 Mt in 2050, equivalent to the emissions from deforesting half a million hectares of Amazon rainforest (about 1.2 million acres). Cumulative GHGs would be 750 Mt by 2050. That is an amount nearly equal to the annual emissions of the entire commercial aviation sector. “Climate-stupid agriculture” Bill Gates is just plain wrong when he says the only way to grow food is with synthetic fertilizers. Crops need nitrogen and in many areas they can get most or all of what they need from improved agroecological farming. Globally, with improved nutrient management practices there could be a 48% reduction in synthetic fertilizer use with no reduction in cereal yields, according to one article in Nature. The scientists who authored the new report make three recommendations to reduce GHGs associated with N fertilizer use. All call into question Gates' Green Revolution model for Africa: • Select a model of agriculture that does not depend on synthetic fertilizers; intercropping with nitrogen-fixing crops has been shown to increase yields and improve soils. • Reintegrate livestock into crop farming so more of the nutrients in manure are returned to the land; less than half are now. • Limit the growth of industrial livestock production and consumption. Three-quarters of N fertilizer worldwide is used to produce livestock feed. The science is clear: African farmers are right when they call the Green Revolution “climate-stupid agriculture.” (NEXT) Pathogenic Priming in Belgium - 100% ICU Admissions are Vaccinated James Lyons-Weiler, PhD November 8, 2021 When I published my study on pathogenic priming in April, 2020, it was meant as a warning. The evidence was in from past COVID vaccine development attempts: vaccination against coronaviruses had led to DISEASE ENHANCEMENT. I had hoped vaccine makers would have paid heed and would have excluded the unsafe epitopes from their vaccines. I gave them a roadmap. Now, in Belgium, 100% of ICU admissions are among the vaccinated. Only 40% of the Belgium population are vaccinated* I'm ready to call it: The COVID-19 vaccination program causes Disease Enhancement, likely via numerous possible means: from molecular mimicry leading to autoimmunity, or antibody-dependent enhancement, Pathogenic Priming has Antwerp, Belgium in its grip (NEXT) VAERS Data Reveals 50 X More Ectopic Pregnancies Following COVID Shots than Following ALL Vaccines for Past 30 Years Health Impact News The carnage of deaths to unborn babies following COVID-19 shots into pregnant women just gets worse the more we investigate it. While we reported on Saturday that the latest data dump into the government's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) showed 2,620 fetal deaths, which are more fetal deaths than are reported following ALL vaccines for the past 30 years in VAERS, one “symptom” that is tracked in VAERS that I did not account for, is an ectopic pregnancy which also results in a fetal death. Ectopic pregnancy, also called extrauterine pregnancy, is when a fertilized egg grows outside a woman's uterus, somewhere else in their belly. It can cause life-threatening bleeding and needs medical care right away. Following COVID-19 injections into child-bearing women for the past 11 months has seen a 50 X increase in ectopic pregnancies compared to child-bearing women receiving vaccines for the past 30+ years. (NEXT) Lancet Letter Demolishes Vaccination - Says vaccination does not even slow down the pandemic Igor Chudov An amazing Lancet letter “The epidemiological relevance of the COVID-19-vaccinated population is increasing” was just published. The largest significance is that the article WAS ALLOWED TO BE PUBLISHED BY LANCET. This means that the tide of scientists being scared by government/globalists/Big Pharma funding is turning, and the truth is coming out at the highest levels of science such as the Lancet. In the UK it was described that secondary attack rates among household contacts exposed to fully vaccinated index cases was similar to household contacts exposed to unvaccinated index cases (25% for vaccinated vs 23% for unvaccinated). 12 of 31 infections in fully vaccinated household contacts (39%) arose from fully vaccinated epidemiologically linked index cases. Peak viral load did not differ by vaccination status or variant type In Germany, the rate of symptomatic COVID-19 cases among the fully vaccinated (“breakthrough infections”) is reported weekly since 21. July 2021 and was 16.9% at that time among patients of 60 years and older [[2]]. This proportion is increasing week by week and was 58.9% on 27. In Israel a nosocomial outbreak was reported involving 16 healthcare workers, 23 exposed patients and two family members. The source was a fully vaccinated COVID-19 patient. The vaccination rate was 96.2% among all exposed individuals (151 healthcare workers and 97 patients). Fourteen fully vaccinated patients became severely ill or died, the two unvaccinated patients developed mild disease US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identifiesfour of the top five counties with the highest percentage of fully vaccinated population (99.9–84.3%) as “high” transmission counties A similar situation was described for the UK. Between week 39 and 42, a total of 100.160 COVID-19 cases were reported among citizens of 60 years or older. 89.821 occurred among the fully vaccinated (89.7%), 3.395 among the unvaccinated (3.4%) [[3]]. This reinforces my opinion that the Covid Cult is coming apart at the seams and the failure of “Covid vaccines” is no longer a secret. (NEXT) The dirty dozen: meet America's top climate villains The Guardian   27 Oct 2021 For too long, Americans were fed a false narrative that they should feel individually guilty about the climate crisis. The reality is that only a handful of powerful individuals bear the personal responsibility. The nation's worst polluters managed to evade accountability and scrutiny for decades as they helped the fossil fuel industry destroy our planet. The actions of these climate supervillains have affected millions of people, disproportionately hurting the vulnerable who have done the least to contribute to global emissions. THE WOKE-WASHER - Mike Wirth Chairman of the board and CEO of Chevron Mike Wirth captains Chevron, a notorious corporate polluter responsible for one of the highest total carbon emissions of any private company worldwide. Under Wirth's direction, Chevron has pursued several greenwashing tactics to downplay the company's environmental impact. A coalition of environmental groups filed a Federal Trade Commission complaint against Chevron earlier this year saying it misled the public by claiming responsibility only for carbon emissions associated with refining and transporting oil, not the total emissions created by the product it sells. THE RINGLEADER - Darren Woods Chairman of the board and CEO of Exxon ExxonMobil is publicly known as one of the first oil companies to become aware of climate change, more than 40 years ago. Still, Exxon spent millions of dollars spreading climate denial while simultaneously contributing the fourth largest amount of carbon emissions of any investor-owned company in the world. Woods, who has been with the company since 1992, makes more than $20m a year. And though he expressed support for the 2015 Paris agreement to substantially reduce global pollution, leaked documents showed his plan for the company to increase its emissions by 17%through 2025. THE ENABLER.  - Jamie Dimon CEO of Chase Bank Billionaire Jamie Dimon is top dog at JP Morgan Chase, which has provided $317bn in fossil fuel financing –

Around Farm Progress
Farm policy update, new crop opportunity

Around Farm Progress

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 31:49


This week's episode includes an update on what's happening in Washington and what it might mean for farmers. Policy Editor Jacqui Fatka offers insight on a range of topics, even previewing a couple hot topics for the next farm bill. There's also a discussion of a new national program - https://www.usidentitypreserved.org (U.S. Identity Preserved) - designed to add value to commodity crops by better linking consumer, processor and farmer. Eric Wenberg, executive director of the https://soyagrainsalliance.org/ (Specialty Soya and Grains Alliance) shares insight on the new program.

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 220 - December 3, 2021 - Pollination Outlook; Thinking about Spring Pest Management

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 35:59


In today's episode, we have a 2022 almond pollination outlook segment with UC Davis economist Brittney Goodrich. Additionally, we hear from University of California's Jhalendra Rijal about spring insect pest management in walnut orchards. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

Cover Crop Strategies Podcast
Proper Soil PH An Important Factor For Crop Growth

Cover Crop Strategies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 27:06


This week's podcast, sponsored by NewLeaf Symbiotics, features Daniel Kaiser, Nutrient Management Specialist, University of Minnesota Extension. Kaiser will discuss soil pH values for both corn and soybeans, the range of pH values for optimum crop performance, how growers can adjust their soil pH, and more.

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 219 -December 2, 2021 - Tech Thursday; Climate-Smart Ag

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 33:30


In today's episode, we have a Tech Thursday segment with PCA/CCA Seth Hansen on bridging the agtech divide. Additionally, we here from Almond Board of California's Gabriele Ludwig about climate-smart ag practices in almond orchards. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

Ag PhD Radio on SiriusXM 147
12 01 21 Newer Crop Pests

Ag PhD Radio on SiriusXM 147

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 59:00


12 01 21 Newer Crop Pests by Ag PhD

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 218 -December 1, 2021 - UC Wolfskill Walnut Variety; Livestock Update

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 50:35


In today's episode, we hear about the UC Wolfskill walnut variety. We also get an update on several issues for the livestock industry with Ethan Lane, Vice President of National Affairs with the National Cattlemen's Beef Association. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 217 - November 30, 2021 - Citrus News; Ag Labor

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 58:03


In today's show, we have this week's citrus news, plus a panel discussion on agricultural labor. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 217 - November 30, 2021 - Citrus News; Ag Labor

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 58:03


In today's show, we have this week's citrus news, plus a panel discussion on agricultural labor. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

Mississippi Crop Situation Podcast
Mississippi Row Crop Short Course

Mississippi Crop Situation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 17:50


Trent calls into the Crop Doctors' Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk with Whitney, Tom, and Jason about the Mississippi Row Crop Short Course, which will be held December 6 to 8 at The Mill Conference Center in Starkville. 

Agriculture Today
1075 – Livestock Market Update … Nutrient Value of Corn and Sorghum Crop Residue

Agriculture Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 28:01


Livestock Market Update Nutrient Value of Corn and Sorghum Crop Residue Calculating Crop Residue Grazing Time   00:01:00 – Livestock Market Update: K-State livestock economist Glynn Tonsor discusses yet another sharp upturn in cash fed cattle prices, and what the latest concern over another COVID variant might mean for the beef demand outlook   00:12:00 – Nutrient Value of Corn and Sorghum Crop Residue: K-State cropping systems agronomist John Holman discusses the nutritive value of corn and sorghum crop residue for cow herd grazing in the late fall and winter:  he talks about components of that residue that cows prefer, and how that might affect one's management approach...he debunks some misconceptions about grazing cows on crop stover...and he tells how to determine the available duration of grazing on those fields   00:23:00 – Calculating Crop Residue Grazing Time: K-State cropping systems agronomist John Holman discusses how to calculate the available duration of grazing corn and sorghum fields following harvest   Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.   K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 216 - Almond Market; USMEF

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 37:57


In today's episode, we hear about the latest from the U.S. Meat Export Federation with President and CEO Dan Halstrom. In addition, Taylor Chalstrom talks with Ellen Bruno, assistant cooperative extension specialist in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Berkeley, about the outlook for California's almond market and expected growth moving forward. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)
Nov. 28, 2021 "Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt --- Redux (Educational Talk From the Past): "Billy Gatekeeper, GMO Crop World Feeder, Philanthropy Prancer for Rising Cancer" *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - June 10, 2010 (Exempting Music an

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 41:27


--{ "Billy Gatekeeper, GMO Crop World Feeder, Philanthropy Prancer for Rising Cancer: Who Put the Gatekeeper in Charge of World Food, And the Well-known Associates in Foundation Brood, Billy Boy Seems Bent on Being Satisfied When All Crops and People are Modified, Wants Us Healthy but Sterile, Wants Depopulation, His Love-Hate Relationship Causes Consternation, With Ties to CIA, NSA, Pharma, World Bank, Killed Off by Elite, We've Got Charity to Thank, There's a Massive Outfit, Billy is Not Alone, Gathering Everyone's Data, By PC and Phone, Total Information Network Collecting from Collective, Now Feeding the World, Doesn't Take a Detective, That a Glance through History, Teaches the Lesson From Times Ancient, Food's Used as a Weapon, Big Boys via Supermarkets Decide what You're Eating, Billy, Monsanto, Food War Inc. Gives Your Genes a Beating"© Alan Watt}-- Original Broadcast June 10, 2010 - Debtors' Prison - Abortion by Videolink - Pesticide-Soaked GM Food and Contaminated Inoculations, Sterilization/Depopulation Agenda - Foundation Network Running the World - Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation - Canada, GM Corn in Hen Feed, Food not listed as GMO - "Philanthropists" Shaping Global Society - Corporate "Watchdog" Front Groups, "Grassroots" PR Campaigns - Microsoft CIA-Pentagon-Defense Connections - Completely Intertwined Foundation-Corporation-Banking-Military Establishment - Parallel Government - Biotechnology/GM Food Mandate and Green Revolution - "Aid" for Africa - Kissinger Memorandum - Food Used as a Weapon - Modified Rice to Reduce Sperm Count - Malthusian Agricultural Organizations and Agri-Business, World Bank/UN - Colin Powell, Madeleine Albright and Gates Sr. - Monsanto Terminator Seed. *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - June 10, 2010 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)

Finding Genius Podcast
Improving Soil Health through the Soil Microbial Environment with Mike Lehman, Kristen Veum, and Veronica Acosta Martinez

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 34:33


What makes soil health so vital across the country? From crops to the rest of the ecosystem, the soil can be considered the base of a healthy environment. Listen up to learn: The difference between prairie and plain Who manages crop production on land How crop rotation improves soil health Soil experts Mike Lehman, Kristen Veum, and Veronica Acosta Martinez weigh in to discuss the issues faced across their varying specialties regarding soil health and agricultural management practices. Much of the industry in our country relies on the health and sustainability of the soil found in varying environments and capacities in many regions. Unfortunately, the health of the soil has become damaged through many means, and new techniques and practices are being implemented in an attempt to curb the issue. Crop rotation and no-till practices have yielded promising results for many farmers and landowners across the country, but there is still a long way to go. As we advance, facing region-specific challenges will become more prominent, forcing new solutions to be found.  For more information, visit https://www.ars.usda.gov/plains-area/brookings-sd/ncarl/. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 215 - November 26, 2021 - Expanding Meat Processing

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 61:20


In today's show, we report on the possible ways the USDA could expand meat processing capabilities. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

Permaculture Voices
Staying On Track with Crop Planning

Permaculture Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 2:48


This episode features JM Fortier. Make farming easier with the Paperpot Transplanter and Other Small Farm Equipment at https://www.paperpot.co/ Follow PaperpotCo on IG https://instagram.com/paperpotco Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: https://apple.co/2m1QXmW Vegetable Farming: https://apple.co/2lCuv3m Livestock Farming: https://apple.co/2m75EVG Large Scale Farming: https://apple.co/2kxj39i Small Farm Tools https://www.paperpot.co/

Growing Harvest Ag Network
Mid-morning Ag News, November 25, 2021: Protecting your 2022 crop

Growing Harvest Ag Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 2:32


We visit with Sam Ohman of Heartland Commodities and Securities Inc. about markets and adding protection to your 2022 crop as inputs remain uncertain. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 214 - November 25, 2021 - Thanksgiving News; Carbon Sequestration

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 56:50


In today's show, we have some Thanksgiving news, and report on a panel session on carbon sequestration from the National Association of Farm Broadcasting annual convention. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

The Final Bell
The Wednesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Arlan Suderman with StoneX

The Final Bell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 13:56


11-24-21 • Big sell off in wheat • Surge in the cash cattle prices • Strong dollar-Euro collapsing-what's going on? • Crops in South America-outlook for December is dryer • Corn trying to protect its acreage for next year

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 213 - November 24, 2021 - Walnut Wednesday

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 42:26


In today's Walnut Wednesday show, Taylor Chalstrom reports on flathead borer's emergence as a significant pest in walnut. We also hear about an announcement from the Vietnamese government that may benefit US grain growers. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

Crossing Borders with Nathan Lustig
Maricel Saenz, Compound Foods: Coffee without Coffee Beans, Ep 157

Crossing Borders with Nathan Lustig

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 29:00


Maricel Saenz, Compound Foods: Coffee without Coffee Beans, Ep 157 People continue to experience how global warming can have devastating effects on the world. Crop yields have already started to decline from rising temperatures, changes in rainfall patterns and extreme weather events. Climate change is threatening the future of many foods, and that includes coffee. This threat and her love for coffee inspired Maricel Saenz to launch Compound Foods, a food science company to reinvent coffee. Originally from Costa Rica, where coffee is ingrained in the national identity, Maricel wanted to dedicate her time and energy to creating solutions fighting climate change. Maricel left her first startup to create a product that could recreate coffee in a sustainable way. Coffee is one of the most consumed products in the world and it comes with a large water footprint. Maricel's idea for Compound Foods is to replicate the coffee experience with less environmental impact. In this episode, I sat down with Maricel to talk about Compound Food's mission in tackling climate change, her career in science without being a scientist, her journey of building a company at the start of the pandemic and the future of the coffee industry. I hope you enjoy this conversation with Maricel Saenz.   From fighting bacterias to fighting climate change Maricel shares why she left her first startup to start Compound Foods to fight climate change. Maricel's experience in biotechnology and her longing to impact the world positively were the catalyst to launch Compound Foods and ultimately, what happens on a coffee farm in the lab.  Find out why Maricel decided to follow her passion to tackle climate change in this episode of Crossing Borders. If you want to learn more about Maricel's backstory, I talked to her in Episode 76 about the battle against drug resistant bacteria and the challenges of raising capital in Silicon Valley as a Latina entrepreneur.    Drawing inspiration from nature Research shows that 50% of the land we grow coffee on today may not be suitable for growing coffee in the future. A big chunk of coffee production could go away over the next few years due to environmental changes, for which Marciel believes we must take action and start producing coffee in an environmentally friendly way. Compound Food's draws inspiration from nature and relies heavily on the fermentation process to create a product that has the same chemical composition of coffee beans. The microbes play a key role in creating flavors and aromas, and are grown efficiently and in a scalable way. Check out this episode to learn more about why Maricel wants to make coffee without coffee beans!   Changing the mindset around climate change Maricel conveys an empowering message to go from climate anxiety to taking action. We can still do something significant about climate change and the environment. Technologies and companies are being built around climate change and people have the power to make big changes through simple choices, like buying a product that has less of an environmental impact.  Listen to the rest of this episode to hear Maricel on changing the mindset and the advice she would give to her younger self.       Coffee is one of the most consumed products on the planet and the way we produce it today has a high environmental impact. Solving this global problem is not easy and needs all hands on the (coffee) table. If this resonates with you, Compound Foods is on the lookout for more passionate team members to join the team.  Check out this episode of Crossing Borders to hear Maricel tell her story in her own words and her enthusiasm about creating a climate-resilient future, starting with your morning coffee.   Outline of this episode:   [01:06] - The backstory of creating coffee without coffee beans [02:30] - Why is coffee the perfect target? [03:28] - Why does coffee contribute to climate change? [04:10] - Why do we need to brew coffee without coffee beans? [05:10] - Two minute background on Maricel [06:05] - First startup experience [06:40] - Singularity University and meeting her first co-founder  [07:10] - From fighting bacteria to fighting climate change [08:03] - Can we do something for climate change now? [08:40] - From climate anxiety to taking action [09:27] - How to take action fighting climate change [12:00] - Opening jobs at Compound Foods [13:05] - What does it take to build a company like Compound? [14:05] - From Costa Rica to the Bay Area [15:33] - Fundraising for a live product [16:25] - Thoughts on fundraising  [17:35] - Why is Compound not a synthetic food company? [19:50] - What does the future look like? [21:05] - Next steps for Compound [22:09] - What advice would you give to yourself when you were first getting into tech? Resources & people mentioned: Sci-Fi Book: Seveneves by Neal Stephenson Newsletter: Snaxshot Podcast: Crossing Borders   This episode of Crossing Borders is brought to you by AWS Startups. AWS Startups supports entrepreneurs in Latin America across multiple programs, including Cloud Credits to help startups test features and extend runway, technical support to help optimize AWS solutions and integrations with your product, and – on the business side – help you build strategic contacts with investment funds, accelerators, and corporations to accelerate your growth. For more information, check out aws.amazon.com/es/campaigns/founders, where you can access $1,350 in AWS credits for your startup.

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 212 - November 23, 2021 - Citrus News; Farm Bill 101

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 42:57


In today's show, we have the latest citrus news and we report from the Farm Bill 101 Session at the National Association of Farm Broadcasting annual convention. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/    

Farming the Countryside with Andrew McCrea
FTC Episode 171: The Crop Duster Taken Hostage – The Story of the Burnham Family

Farming the Countryside with Andrew McCrea

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 25:08


Martin Burnham spent time flying as a crop duster near Imperial, Nebraska. However, his love and mission were to fly to remote airstrips in the Philippines delivering supplies to missionaries. In the Spring of 2001 he and his wife, Gracia, were taken hostage for over a year. Their story is a special Thanksgiving edition of Farming the Countryside. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mississippi Crop Situation Podcast
Mississippi State Extension Row Crop Planning Budgets

Mississippi Crop Situation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 22:47


In an episode recorded last summer, Brian Mills and Will Maples visit the Crop Doctors' Podcast studio to discuss the planning budgets for different crops in Mississippi.  Brian, Will, Tom, and Jason talk about how the budgets are generated, different ways they can be utilized, and what they hope to see for these tools in the future. All the budgets for 2022 can be found at https://www.agecon.msstate.edu/whatwedo/budgets.php . Happy Thanksgiving!

The Ma and Pa Cast.
Going Home. An all-time classic Little House episode. After a tornado wipes out the Ingalls crop Charles decides to go back to Wisconsin. The Ingalls woman are not in agreement though, and with the help of the loveable Sims couple, help Charles to see th

The Ma and Pa Cast.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 41:51


After a tornado wipes out the Ingalls entire crop, Charles decides he's not strong enough to start over again.  He starts to wonder if God has forsaken him.   Enter Matthew and Anna Sims.  The former owners of the Ingalls farm are looking to come home again.  In the process of selling Charles realizes Walnut Grove is the best place for the Ingalls, something the Ingalls women had known all along.  

The Final Bell
The Monday Fontanelle Final Bell with Sam Hudson with Cornbelt Marketing

The Final Bell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 13:36


11-22-21 • Global weather more sensitive to the trade • Export inspections • Blender margins • Crop progress report info is slowing down • Holiday week • Friday's Cattle on feed pretty neutral • Will cash continue to grow strong? • Demand for product-getting to $$? • Should we be worried about a weaker cash hog market?

UMN Extension Nutrient Management Podcast
Fertilizer prices and supply chain issues

UMN Extension Nutrient Management Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


In this episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast, we discuss fertilizer prices and supply chain issues. Extension educator Brad Carlson is joined by: Jim Carlson, Vice President of Agronomy at United Farmer's Co-op in Winthrop, Minnesota; Russ Quinn, ag market reporter for DTN/The Progressive Farmer and a farmer in eastern Nebraska; and Josh Linville, Director of Fertilizer at StoneX Financial. Where are fertilizer prices right now and how do they compare to the recent past? Why are fertilizer prices so high right now? What are price ratios and why is this an important metric to watch? How are farmers reacting to the high prices and fertilizer availability concerns? What should growers be thinking about in terms of fertilizer purchasing decisions and nutrient management planning this fall and next spring?Thank you to Minnesota's Agricultural Fertilizer Research and Education Council (AFREC) for supporting the podcast.

Agriculture Today
1072 – Cattle Market Update … Livestock Waste as a Crop Nutrient Source

Agriculture Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 28:02


Cattle Market Update Livestock Waste as a Crop Nutrient Source Upcoming Agricultural Events   00:01:00 – Cattle Market Update: Livestock economist Lee Schulz of Iowa State University offers his take on the "staying power" of the current rally in the fed cattle market, and he talks about whether rising retail beef prices will eventually take a toll on domestic beef demand   00:12:00 – Livestock Waste as a Crop Nutrient Source: K-State crop nutrient specialist Dorivar Ruiz-Diaz talks about utilizing livestock waste as a crop nutrient source, in light of soaring commercial fertilizer prices:  he discusses running an analysis of that waste to determine its actual nutrient content, and how to effectively apply it to fields for eventual access by crops   00:23:00 – Upcoming Agricultural Events: This week's K-State Research and Extension agriculture calendar features several crop production-oriented events in early December     Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.   K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.

Nothing Personal
Epi 70: Crop Dustin

Nothing Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 63:43


In this episode we discuss new spider-man, public farts, pee kid, thanksgiving food, and much more

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 211 - November 22, 2021 - US Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 48:47


In today's show, Sabrina Halvorson continues reporting from the National Association of Farm Broadcasting annual convention, with audio from US Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.    Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

Prospects Live Podcast
PL Draft 2022 Show: 2022 College Pitching Crop

Prospects Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 46:09


-2022 College Pitching Crop-Gavin Cross's exceptional ceiling-How High Can Cam Collier Go?-What Brooks Lee Has Left to Prove.

Broken Simulation with Sam Tripoli
Broken Simulation #40: "Crop Dusting with Sam Tripoli" (plus Tim Dillon vs. Michael Che)

Broken Simulation with Sam Tripoli

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 141:49


The guys are back with another two-hour-plus episode, and this week we discuss another rapper selling his soul, Sam's bowel disturbances on a domestic flight, and Tim Dillon vs. Michael Che.Please check out our sponsors:Explore your creativity at www.Skillshare.com/brokensim.Get 20 percent off plus free shipping with the code "brokensim" at www.Manscaped.comMatch with a licensed therapist at www.talkspace.com and get $100 off your first month with the promo code "BROKEN"!Visit www.hellotushy.com/broken for 10 percent off their wonderful bidet!Visit www.headspace.com/broken for a free one-month trial of Headspace, with access to their full library of meditations for every situation.Go to www.getquip.com/broken to get your first refill free.More stuff:Get episodes early, and unedited, plus bonus episodes: www.patreon.com/brokensimulationWatch Broken Simulation: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCob18bx1jaU1HYPCPNRnyogSocial media:Twitter: @fatdragonpro, @johnnywoodardInstagram: @samtripoli, @johnnyawoodard

Farming Today
22/11/21 Food Wales Bill, pine trees disease, crop protection

Farming Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 11:31


The foundations are in place for a new Food Bill in Wales. It could mean better prices and a more sustainable future for welsh farmers. There's concern about a disease affecting trees that's been found in conifers in Devon, Cornwall and now Cumbria. We start a week long look at crop protection. Presented by Caz Graham and produced by Beatrice Fenton.

Finding Genius Podcast
Botany, Plant Pathology, and the Importance of Sustainable Farming Techniques and Crop Rotation with Don M. Huber

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 42:31


How do our crop production systems work in tandem with plant pathology to form the best farming techniques? By focusing on disease control and sustainable farming techniques, better production techniques can be developed. Press play to learn: Why crop rotation is vital in sustainable farming How non-tillage techniques can benefit soil nutrients What the future of farming may look like Don M. Huber, a Professor Emeritus at Purdue University, shares his life of work and research on plant pathology and crop production techniques. Farming at every level requires an understanding of techniques that allows food production to work in concert with nature to optimize the processes. While not all techniques are sustainable, crop rotation is one of the most prevalent and significantly beneficial techniques available to producers. Recognizing the dynamic between all aspects of production is vital since everything from pathogens to nutrition can drastically alter the efficacy of farming. Namely, the nutrition in the soil and available for future years is critical and can ensure a successful future. To learn more, a great resource is a best-selling book: Mineral Nutrition and Plant Disease. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 210 - November 19, 2021 - NAFB Convention; EPA on relationship with ag

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 43:22


In today's episode Sabrina Halvorson has interviews from the 78th annual convention of the National Association of Farm Broadcasters.  Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

BCI Cattle Chat
Grazing Crop Stubble, Research Round-up: BRD and Pain, Consumer Demand and Cattle Pricing

BCI Cattle Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 24:47


Welcome to BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on any links below to be taken to sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news regarding the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 3:02 Grazing crop stubble 7:58 Research round-up: BRD and pain 18:35 Consumer demand and cattle pricing Special Guest: Brian Coffey, associate… Continue reading Grazing Crop Stubble, Research Round-up: BRD and Pain, Consumer Demand and Cattle Pricing

Strange Bluegrass
Episode 33: Yes, it's aliens! No, it isn't!

Strange Bluegrass

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 55:53


Inspired by comic Corey Ryan Forrester and the recent announcement by the United States government regarding Unidentified Flying Objects, S.B. Pearce was inspired to dive into the phenomena of crop circles in Kentucky. Na-nu, na-nu, y'all!

Golden Edge-Vegas Golden Knights Hockey podcast
COVID issues crop up for Golden Knights

Golden Edge-Vegas Golden Knights Hockey podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 36:49


Ben and Dave talk about the Golden Knights players that have gone in the NHL's COVID-19 protocols and the team's recent run of success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

My Ag Life Daily News Report
Episode 209 - November 18, 2021 - Discussion on Trade

My Ag Life Daily News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 46:03


In today's show we report on the National Association of Ag Journalists session on trade with comments from Gregg Doud, former U.S. chief ag trade negotiator under the Trump administration and Ted McKinney, CEO for the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. AgroPlantae - https://www.agroplantae.com/ Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/  TriCal, Inc. - https://www.trical.com/

Field & Garden
Go Inside Growing Cut Flowers Crops in Hoop and Greenhouses

Field & Garden

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 54:47


In this episode, we go inside the syllabus/outline of Gretel & Steve Adams course: Growing Cut Flowers in Hoop and Greenhouses. If you have questions on what is included in this course, this deep dive with Gretel and Steve should answer them. The once-a-year enrollment opens in mid-November and school starts in January and runs for 6 weeks. Learn more about the course and get on their waitlist: Growing Cut Flowers in Hoop and Greenhouses Connect with Steve and Gretel: Sunny Meadows Flower Farm website Instagram Facebook – Lisa Ziegler The Gardener's Workshop and Flower Farming School Online and the publisher of Farmer-Florist School Online and Florist School Online. Award-winning Author of Vegetables Love Flowers and Cool Flowers. Watch Lisa's Story and view her blog Field & Garden. Connect with Lisa on Facebook and Instagram!

Growing Harvest Ag Network
Morning Ag News, November 18, 2021: 2021 North Dakota wheat crop proves to be high quality

Growing Harvest Ag Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 3:03


Jim Peterson with the North Dakota Wheat Commission says many wheat acres in the central and western part of the state were low yielding or didn't make it to harvest, but he says the bushels that were harvested are high quality.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Classroom Brew
Cream of the Crop Substitute

Classroom Brew

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 21:07


204: Let's talk about the shortage on substitute teachers and its many effects, the school gas leak problem, Big Bird being canceled by antivaxxers, some fun positivity on Ryan's daily commute, and more! Subscribe on Patreon: www.patreon.com/classroombrew Instagram: www.instagram.com/classroombrew/ TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@classroombrew Facebook: www.facebook.com/classroombrew  Email: classroombrew@gmail.com

Growing Harvest Ag Network
Mid-morning Ag News, November 17, 2021: USDA to contact producers for year-end crop production numbers

Growing Harvest Ag Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 2:27


As the 2021 growing season comes to an end, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service will contact producers nationwide to gather final year-end crop production numbers and the amount of grain and oilseeds stored on their farms.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

A Better Way to Farm Podcast
The Three Points You Need to Consider When It Comes to Nitrogen Application Ep78

A Better Way to Farm Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 13:32


Today we are sharing with you another bonus episode of farm hacks for all our dedicated listeners. The A Better Way to Farm family has always aimed to find more and better ways to support our co-farmers and owners through all farm seasons, not only in farm productions and improvements but also in concrete and viable life tips and insights.   We encourage you to go ahead and share us with a friend and fellow farmers. Rate us in ITunes or other platforms you're in, so we could better spread the good stuff around. We are so appreciative for you all tuning in.   This time, Rod is going to expound on the three things we need to think about when it comes to making decisions for our farm. Keep in mind that if we do things right, we should be able to reap its benefits in due time. Let us exchange a few of our thoughts on this subject, so be ready to listen and Rod will impart notable points we need to consider. Let's go right in …

Future of Agriculture
FoA 285: [Tech-Enabled Advisor Series] Helping Growers Save Money with Independent Crop Consultant John Silvera

Future of Agriculture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 29:30


AgWorld: www.AgWorld.com  John Silvera on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-silvera-02b838175/  Today's episode is another installment in that series, and it's a really cool story of how John Silvera, an Independent Crop Consultant in the central valley of California, is using one tool in particular, AgWorld, to offer much more to growers than just agronomic recommendations.  In this episode we'll talk about the return on investment of farmers hiring independent crop consultants, why John decided to start using AgWorld, and how he estimates he can save an average sized grower around $100,000 per year through his integrated budgeting, agronomic advising, and input purchasing service. We'll also get into how he's thinking about the future of agriculture and his crop consulting business.  Today's show was produced in partnership with AgWorld.    Founded in 2009 with an Australian headquarters in Perth, AgWorld is a global leader in collaborative farm management, enabling farmers, advisors and third parties to work together as one on a single platform. AgWorld's standardized database makes it quick and easy to create accurate, reportable farm data and serves over 100 million acres across five counties. AgWorld also made headlines recently by announcing it was getting acquired by Semios, and John and I talk about that a little bit in this episode. Learn more about AgWorld at www.AgWorld.com.  The son of a long time farm manager, John Silvera has a degree in Ag Business from Fresno State University. From there he spent about four years working for a large inputs provider before starting his own company in 2016. What I find most striking about John's story is how he's leveraging technology to become much more of a trusted business advisor who integrate agronomic decisions with business decisions for his clients.   **JOIN THE FoA COMMUNITY: www.Patreon.com/agriculture.   

Heinous Investigations
Episode 15 - Little Crop of Horrors (Part 3)

Heinous Investigations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 35:21


Prepare for a battle for the ages: Heinous Investigations versus...TODD! Things are about to get intense, shocking, and just a little bit corny (literally)! Most people would think a situation like this would be poorly suited for a Mother-Daughter bonding session, but most people also haven't met Miriam and Rachel Prior. Hey fellow Investigators! Don’t forget to check out our Patreon Page at patreon.com/wildelypods for all kinds of fun bonus content and the chance to help us make more episodes! You can also follow us on social media and post questions for our Companion Series "Wildely Abandoned", where we discuss everything relating to (and not relating to) the podcast (Highlights on YouTube, Full Episodes Exclusively on Patreon). Featuring the Voices of David Manuele, Elena Garcia, Bryce Riffle, Toan Nguyen, D.G. Holsteen, AJ Somerville, Naomi Park, Maria Elizabeth Burns, Jamie Forney, Emily Foulger and Jessica Castro, With Guest Appearances by Annie Hulegaard, Christian Pineda and Jeffrey Delfin. Sound Design, Editing and Mixing by Finn Nielsen and Owen Thornton. YouTube Channel - Wildely Productions Redbubble Shop (for Merch) - WildelyPros Reddit (for Questions/Recommendations/Cross-Promotion Inquiries): Wildelypods Instagram @wildely_productions TikTok @wildely_productions Twitter @WildelyProduct1 Tumblr @wildelyproductions Facebook @wildelyproductions

The Daily Gardener
November 16, 2021 Virtual Herbariums, Laurel Hill, Root Crop Preservation in 1835, Odoardo Beccari, Louise Driscoll, Marsha Mehran, Plant by Phaidon Editors, and Elizabeth Coblentz

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 25:37


Today in botanical history, we celebrate Laurel Hill and Root Crop Preservation in 1835. We'll also remember the botanist who discovered the Titan arum and a little poem about the November garden by Louise Driscoll. We'll hear an excerpt from Pomegranate Soup. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a beautiful garden book from 2016. And then we'll wrap things up with a look back at a charming garden column from 1999.   Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy.   The Daily Gardener Friday Newsletter Sign up for the FREE Friday Newsletter featuring: A personal update from me Garden-related items for your calendar The Grow That Garden Library™ featured books for the week Gardener gift ideas Garden-inspired recipes Exclusive updates regarding the show Plus, each week, one lucky subscriber wins a book from the Grow That Garden Library™ bookshelf.   Gardener Greetings Send your garden pics, stories, birthday wishes, and so forth to Jennifer@theDailyGardener.org   Facebook Group If you'd like to check out my curated news articles and original blog posts for yourself, you're in luck. I share all of it with the Listener Community in the Free Facebook Group - The Daily Gardener Community. So, there's no need to take notes or search for links. The next time you're on Facebook, search for Daily Gardener Community, where you'd search for a friend... and request to join. I'd love to meet you in the group.   Curated News Circulating Specimens: History | herbariumworld.wordpress.com | Maura Flannery   Important Events November 16, 1776 On this day, around 7 am Hessian troops allied with the Britsh opened fire on the American revolutionaries on Laurel Hill in Philadelphia. Laurel Hill is not named for the plant called Laurel. Laurel Hill was originally part of the Joseph Sims estate, and Joseph went by "Laurel," the property was named Laurel Hill in his honor. Mountain Laurel is botanically known as Kalmia latifolia in honor of the Finnish botanist Pehr Kalm. After his expedition to North America in the mid-1700s, Pehr correctly predicted that the American colonists would eventually rebel. Laurel Hill became America's first National Historic Landmark Cemetery.   November 16, 1835 On this day, the Hartford Courant wrote a piece called Gardener's Work For November. It is now quite time to [preserve] the roots and ...Mr. McMahon's method of preserving roots is as follows: Previous to the commencement of severe frost, you should take up, with as little injury as possible, the roots of your turnips, carrots, parsnips, beets, salsify, scorzonera, Hamburg, or large-rooted parsley, skirrots, Jerusalem artichokes, turnip-rooted celery, and ...horseradish… On the surface of a dry spot of ground, in a well-sheltered situation, lay a stratum of sand two-inches thick, [the place the root crops], covering them with another layer of sand, (the drier the better,) and…continue to layer about of sand and roots till all are laid in… then cover the heap or ridge [with] a good coat of straw, up and down as if thatching a house.   November 16, 1843 Birth of Odoardo Beccari, Italien botanist. After growing up an orphan, Beccarri managed to get an education in his native Italy, and he eventually traveled to England to study at Kew. Beccarri was friends with Hooker and Darwin, but he also befriended James Brooke, which meant he could spend three years exploring Borneo. During his lifetime, Becarri traveled all over India, Malaysia, and New Zealand. But it was on a little voyage he took to central Sumatra (in Indonesia) in 1878 that Beccarri discovered the plant with which he will forever be associated: the Amorphophallus titanum - or the Titan arum - the largest flower in the world. Seven years later, in 1885, the first Titan arum specimen bloomed at Kew, and when it happened, it created a sensation. Today, a Titan arum bloom still draws thousands of visitors. People love to take a selfie in front of the giant blooming plant. The flower is commonly referred to as the corpse flower as it smells like rotting flesh.   In a recent fascinating article, scent scientists identified the compounds that make up that terrible smell. The odor includes aspects of cheese sweat, rotting fish, decomposing meat, and garlic, among even worse unmentionable compounds. The putrid smell is meant to attract beetles and other insects to move pollen between blooming plants so that they can reproduce. It takes the corpse flower a decade before it can bloom. Incredibly, the plants only bloom for 24-36 hours before collapsing. Between that first bloom at Kew (back in 1885) and the year 2000, fewer than fifty Titan arum blooms had been recorded. But, in 2016, suddenly, dozens of corpse flowers around the world bloomed within weeks of each other. Horticulturists are still attempting to discern the reason for the clustered bloom event.   November 16, 1920 On this day, The Buffalo Times shared a poem by Louise Driscoll that had appeared in The New York Times called November Garden. Here's the first and last verse. In my November garden, I found a larkspur blossoming,  A lovely, radiant blue thing.  It swayed and shone,  And did not seem to know It was alone  In my November garden.  Where dry, dark leaves are falling  And all the birds have flown. The birds and Summer went  A way that no man knows. But here is honey that No bee will find.  No bird will linger at  This larkspur cup. This grace the butterfly  Has left behind. Summer went away And gave it up Yet it is bravely blue Swinging there alone  As if to challenge you!     Unearthed Words It is the pomegranate that gives Fesenjoon its healing capabilities. The original apple of sin, the fruit of a long-gone Eden, the pomegranate shields itself in a leathery crimson shell, which in Roman times was used as a form of protective hide. Once the pomegranate's bitter skin is peeled back, though, a juicy garnet flesh is revealed to the lucky eater, popping and bursting in the mouth like the final succumber of lovemaking. Long ago, when the earth remained still, content with the fecundity of perpetual spring, and Demeter was the mother of all that was natural and flowering, it was this tempting fruit that finally set the seasons spinning. Having eaten six pomegranate seeds in the underworld, Persephone, the Goddess of Spring's high-spirited daughter, had been forced to spend six months of the year in the eternal halls of death. Without her beautiful daughter by her side, a mournful Demeter retreated to the dark corners of the universe, allowing for the icy gates of winter to finally creak open. A round crimson herald of frost, the pomegranate comes to harvest in October and November, so Fesenjoon is best made with its concentrate during other times of the year. ― Marsha Mehran, Pomegranate Soup   Grow That Garden Library Plant by Phaidon Editors  This book came out in 2016, and the subtitle is Exploring the Botanical World. This book is gorgeous. You might remember it - it's got a black background and then a simple blossom design. Each of the leaves is made with a different type of fabric which makes for a magnificent cover. Now, of course, like all Phaidon books, this book is so visually appealing from the cover to the inside of the book. The whole point is to show the beauty and the diversity of plants through 300 works of botanical art that date back from ancient times all the way to modern times. You'll see plants and flowers and the entire botanical world portrayed using a variety of different mediums. Phaidon did a great job of curating all of these images. This is the first book to pull together botanical art across so many different media types and from such a broad timeline and every corner of the globe. Of course, in this book, you're going to see beautiful botanical art, but then you're also going to get lots of expert information about the pieces of art and the plants that are depicted. Phaidon is known for putting together high-level, very specialized books. And in this case, to tackle this broad topic of plants, they pulled together all kinds of experts, museum curators, horticulturists, historians, botanists, and more. Then they had each of them contribute their expertise in creating the text for this book. I love what Gardens Illustrated wrote about this book: "A dazzling collection of more than 300 images of plants that brings the evolution of botanical art right into the 21st century... Alongside old favorites, such as Redoute and Mary Delany, there is much here that is both unfamiliar and arresting... An extraordinary collection."  This book is 352 pages of botanical art that gives us a new appreciation and understanding of plants and their role in our history and culture. You can get a copy of Plant: Exploring the Botanical World by Phaidon Editors and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $17.   Today's Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart November 16, 1999 On this day, The Columbus Telegram shared a column by Elizabeth Coblentz  - an Old Order Amish woman who handwrote her column by lantern light in her Indiana home. November is now on the calendar, and we are still having beautiful days in the 70s. The laundry is drying well out there on the clothesline, and work is continuing in our garden.  I have been taking the celery, carrots, red beets, cabbage, and pumpkins out from the garden today. Hopefully, the weather will stay nice, and some vegetables will grow even larger.  To the reader who sent me radish and turnip seeds to plant: I did plant them in August, and we are now feasting on them. They are very good and tender, which was surprising considering our hot, dry summer.  I put some leftover small potatoes in the ground, and the yield was good. I should have put more sweet potato plants in the ground, but at least we have enough for a good taste this winter. We'll be glad for all this hard work in the garden during the long, cold, dark days of January when we can open those canning jars and taste the bounty of summer.  Sunday evening, we planned a favorite around here for supper: tacos.  We had a large gathering, but having family over is the best of times. Those sweet, precious grandchildren are always welcome here, so the house was full of children. We all enjoy a taco supper. The tomatoes, mangoes (peppers) and onions used on the tacos were all from our garden. Canned hamburger was browned for the tacos, and there was lots more to feast on because everyone else brought a covered dish. As the family gets bigger and older we have to use larger containers now.  Here is a good dessert to use those beets from the garden:   Red Beet Chocolate Cake  1 1/2 cups sugar  3 eggs  1 cup oil  1 1/2 cups cooked, pureed, fresh beets  2 (1 ounce) squares of unsweetened chocolate, melted and cooled  1 teaspoon vanilla  1 3/4 cups flour  1/2 teaspoon salt  1/2 teaspoon baking soda  sifted confectioner's sugar Mix flour, soda, and salt. Set aside. Combine sugar, eggs, and oil in a mixing bowl. Stir vigorously. (People who use electric mixers can use them here at medium speed for 2 minutes.) Beat in beets, chocolate, and vanilla. Gradually add dry ingredients, beating well after each addition. Pour into buttered 9-inch by 13-inch cake pan. Bake at 350 for 25 minutes or till cake tests done when a toothpick inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean. Cool in pan. Cover and let stand overnight to improve flavor. Sprinkle with powdered sugar. PS. You can put cream cheese icing on instead of powdered sugar.   Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."

Sasquatch Odyssey
SO EP:85 UFO Abduction In Missouri!

Sasquatch Odyssey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 39:55


My guest tonight is Jeff from Missouri. He is here to share his experiences with UFOs, Alien Abduction and even Bigfoot!https://www.patreon.com/sasquatchodysseyhttps://linktr.ee/SasquatchOdyssey