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Nebraska CropWatch

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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The Nebraska CropWatch Podcast provides the latest research-based information from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln on crop production, pest management, and related agricultural information for Nebraska farmers and agribusinesses. CropWatch Podcasts feature researchers, extension educators, and other experts. For more information on these topics, visit www.cropwatch.unl.edu , where new articles are published weekly during the cropping season.
 
Weekly sermons from Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at the University of Nebraska. At RUF we believe that you're never so bad that you're beyond the reach of God's grace and at the same time you're never so good that you're beyond the need of God's grace.
 
The Live From Nebraska: The Berk Brown Show podcast is a medium/long form conversation hosted by Nebraska journalist Berk Brown with friends and guests from all walks of life that have unique and intriguing stories to share about life in Nebraska. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/live-from-nebraska/support
 
Welcome to the show, "The Nebraska Gentleman"! This podcast will touch on topics and discussions important to me that help increase my self-awareness, as well as overall awareness, respect, and understanding of things, people and world around me. Topics will include sports, mental health, exercise, careers, relationships, skill-building, race and gender topics, and many more. I hope you find this podcast helpful in increasing your own self-awareness and respect for others, but also yourself. ...
 
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Before farmland covered more than 90 percent of the state, the vast majority of Iowa was prairie. But, the tall green fields dotted with wildflowers that once dominated the state began to vanish as settlers put it under the plow. Now, only a tiny sliver of Iowa prairie land – less than 0.1 percent – remains untouched by the agriculture and developm…
 
Hot and dry weather throughout the state of Nebraska has increased the risk of spider mite damage for corn and soybeans. The Nebraska CropWatch Podcast's new host, Nate Dorsey, talks with entomologist Dr. Bob Wright, about the different species of spider mites, how to diagnose damage in the field, and management strategies that can be used. The Cro…
 
It’s just Dr. Offense - Hoss - and I on this episode in which we talk about the 2022 Nebraska defense. Our talking points: Nobody talks about defensive tendencies. Why? Because it’s complicated. Hoss explains. Jon proposes that Erik Chinander fears the deep ball. Hoss retorts. Hoss gives his thoughts on the defensive line and defensive secondary. T…
 
Brian Christopherson and Mike Schaefer run through where things stand at each position for the Huskers as Nebraska completes its third week of fall camp. Which position groups seem close to settled, and which spots still have battles raging with the season-opener nearly two weeks away? Listen in. To learn more about listener data and our privacy pr…
 
Plans to stop burning coal next year at the North Omaha Station, a chief supplier of electricity to the region, likely won’t happen on schedule. Instead, the Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) wants North Omaha Station, one of the country’s top emitters of nitrogen oxide and sulfur oxide, to keep operating until 2026. OPPD said the delayed closure …
 
In parts of the Midwest where lead mining and smelting lasted for over a century, communities are still dealing with toxic waste left behind by the industry. Lead, a dangerous neurotoxin, persists in the environment, including in water and soil, where it can pose a threat to the health of people living nearby. The risk is especially acute for child…
 
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