Past and present advances in the fields of agronomic, crop, soil, and environmental sciences. Enjoy interviews with researchers published in journals, books, and magazines from the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America. Opinions and conclusions expressed by authors are their own and are not considered as those of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America, its staff, its members, or its advertisers.
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“Addressing conservation practice limitations and trade-offs for reducing phosphorus loss from agricultural fields” with Dr. Pete Kleinman, Research Leader, USDA, and Dr. Deanna Osmond, Professor, North Carolina State University. more
“Genes and genetic mechanisms contributing to fall armyworm resistance in maize” with Sandra Woolfolk and Leigh Hawkins, research entomologist and molecular biologist (respectively) at USDA-ARS. more
“Microplastics in Composts, Digestates and Food Wastes: A Review” with Kate Porterfield, PhD Candidate at University Vermont and Dr. Eric Roy, Associate Professor at University of Vermont. more
Please take a basic course in audio engineering. I should not have to raise and lower the volume every time the conversation moves from interviewer to interviewee and back again.
Respectfully ask you to work on your “ums” and “uhs”
Abby is an amazing host on this Podcast. She has excellent interview skills. Her questions are very well planned out and researched. She’s very impressive. Must listen to this podcast if this your field of interest.
I've really enjoyed listening to Field, Lab, Earth! Abby does a great job of working though scientific papers and topics in a way that anyone can understand. She's skilled at helping her guests be engaging and interesting without sacrificing the quality of their content. I would recommend this show to anyone!
Full of science! I think anyone would do well to listen to at least one of these episodes. It's made me a lot more appreciative of farmers and other people in the agriculture industry. It's amazing how much work and science goes into taking care of the earth!
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