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Market to Market

Market to Market

Snow and cold blanket the country. World leaders meet on climate, soil and sustainability. A small insect makes a big impression on the landscape. And commodity market analysis with Sue Martin.... More
AEWR

AEWR's Rise Means Asparagus' Downfall: 'Not a Lot of Positivity for the Future'

Twenty years ago, Oceana County asparagus farmer Derek Oomen's family grew 80 acres of root-stock. Ten years ago that number had dropped to 40 acres. In 2023, that figure had plummeted to only 8 acres, meaning the demand for establishing new fields of asparagus is locked in a troubling downwa... More
17M pounds of soil kept on farm fields: Celebrating the Maple River Watershed RCPP

17M pounds of soil kept on farm fields: Celebrating the Maple River Watershed RCPP

After five years of working with farmers to address watershed quality, the MFB-backed Maple River Watershed Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) has concluded.... More
Kansas City hydroponic farm growing in an East Bottoms warehouse

Kansas City hydroponic farm growing in an East Bottoms warehouse

Kansas City hydroponic farm growing in an East Bottoms warehouse... More
Hydroponics Research at Kean University | Urban Farming

Hydroponics Research at Kean University | Urban Farming

Hydroponics brings farming indoors, allowing people living in urban communities to grow their own fruits and vegetables while also protecting the environment and water resources. Kean University researchers are studying the best approaches so hydroponics and aquaponics can make the biggest diffe... More
Advancing Vertical Farming and Hydroponics - Freight Farms Webinar

Advancing Vertical Farming and Hydroponics - Freight Farms Webinar

Dave Harris, Freight Farms’ Director of Crop R&D, joins us to share his expertise in the world of vertical farming. Dave’s work at Freight Farms focuses on advancing vertical farming: increasing yields, flavor, the speed at which crops grow, and the varieties of crops you can grow in our contain... More
Growing Fodder in an Indoor Hydroponic Farm

Growing Fodder in an Indoor Hydroponic Farm

In a few easy steps, farmers and ranchers can grow their own barley fodder — around 850 pounds per day — using a Hydroponic Fodder Farm made by FarmBox Foods.... More

December 2023 North Central US Climate and Drought Summary and Outlook

December 2023 North Central US Climate and Drought Summary and Outlook

The focus area for this webinar series is the North Central region of the U.S. (from the Rockies to the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley). These free monthly webinars provide and interpret timely information on current climate and drought conditions, as well as climatic events like El Niño and La Niñ... More
The Future of Automation with FieldIn

The Future of Automation with FieldIn

Fieldin envisions an ag future full of automation, data collection, and “smart farming.”... More
Farmer Priorities At The Capitol

Farmer Priorities At The Capitol

The 2024 Iowa legislative session is underway and several topics have risen in importance for farmers.... More
Market Monitor

Market Monitor

Kim Anderson, OSU Extension grain marketing specialist, discusses the price movements in the fertilizer market.... More
Landoll 5531 30

Landoll 5531 30' Drill Overview ??

Landoll walks you through its 5531 drill with a 30' width and chats about its versatility.... More
Planting Oats With A 41 Year Old Grain Drill

Planting Oats With A 41 Year Old Grain Drill

Planting some oats for our goats. Not really. We will harvest these oats in May and strip till cotton into them.... More
Relay Cropping Diversifies Conservation Efforts

Relay Cropping Diversifies Conservation Efforts

Adopting new cropping systems and conservation methods such as relay cropping can improve your bottom line and environmental health.... More
2024 OSU Extension Biennial Conference

2024 OSU Extension Biennial Conference

We catch up with Jason Warren, OSU Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources program leader, at the 2024 OSU Extension Biennial Conference.... More
White Mold - Dylan Mangel

White Mold - Dylan Mangel

Winter is a good time to gameplan for the upcoming growing season. White mold has been an increasing threat to soybean producers around the state in recent years. UNL plant pathologist Dylan Mangel stopped by our studio to discuss some options for getting ahead of this problematic pathogen befor... More
Germination Seed Tests

Germination Seed Tests

Farm Basics from Ag PhD Episode #1345 | Air Date 1/14/24 - Seed companies provide results for how many plants grow out of a hundred. This is done at a warm temperature, but what about planting in cooler temps?... More
Which EFP is Right for You?

Which EFP is Right for You?

Which EFP is Right for You? | OntarioSoilandCrop... More
Time to plant peanuts

Time to plant peanuts

Time to plant peanuts | | Conley Banman... More
Managing Wheat in Extreme Cold

Managing Wheat in Extreme Cold

Brian Arnall, OSU Extension soil nutrient management specialist, has guidance for fertilizer applications this winter.... More
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