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Best University Of Nebraska Lincoln podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best University Of Nebraska Lincoln podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
Updated August 2020
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Radio News From The University of Nebraska - Lincoln Extension
Television for Agricultural Business Decisions
The Backyard Farmer - gardening and turf strategies throughout the growing 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.
Two of the Omaha World-Herald's biggest hoops junkies — Nebraska beat writer Chris Heady and Creighton beat writer Jon Nyatawa — team up to share their college basketball insight and analysis.
Mitch Sherman and Max Olson dig into Nebraska football from inside the gates of Memorial Stadium, where no ticket has gone unsold since 1962. With their combined decades of experience around the Huskers, Mitch and Max will keep you informed on key issues and topics in Lincoln.
Hear Nebraska is a nonprofit cultural organization that cultivates the state's vibrant, fertile music and arts community. By providing resources and a voice for bands, artists and members of Nebraska’s creative class — as well as the businesses that support them — Hear Nebraska strives to make the state a globally recognized cultural destination.
A cooperative project of the Cooper Foundation and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues began in 1988 as part of a mission to promote better understanding of world events and issues by Nebraskans. This (audio-only) podcast is updated the day after a lecture in the series is given.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Glenn Korff School of Music's podcast -- Korff Kast. We will talk about a wide range of topics relating to the Glenn Korff School of Music.
Backyard Farmer tours a pollinator garden in Tekamah and focuses on 1000 Canker disease of walnut trees.By University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Aaron Berger and feedlot consultant David Rueber from east central Iowa discuss keys to harvesting, storing and feeding cornsilage.By UNL BeefWatch
This week, Backyard Farmer looks at oak tree problems and dividing perennialsBy University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Managing Cattle Through Dry Conditions, Market Analysis, Weather Outlook, Leafy Spurge, Keeping Irrigation Costs DownBy University of Nebraska
Aaron Berger and Dr. Renato Schmidt from Lallemand Animal Nutrition discuss keys to remember when harvesting silage under adverse conditions.By UNL BeefWatch
UNL is making efforts to improve accessibility and inclusion to an education according to University of Nebraska Chancellor Ronnie Green.By Nebraska Extension
Home gardeners would do well if they start planning and planting a fall crop. Nebraska Extension Educator Terri James talks about starting to plant short seasoned crops for a fall harvest.By Nebraska Extension
Low levels of soybean aphids have been detected in eastern Nebraska fields. Nebraska Extension Entomologist Tom Hunt says that’s not much concern for now, but they have the potential to do serious damage to crops if their numbers increase.By Nebraska Extension
Pollinators play a key role in our food production and that is also true when it comes to the health of our ecosystem and rangelands. UNL Range Management Specialist Mitch Stephenson talks about the importance of pollinators and their connection to productive rangelands.By Nebraska Extension
Nebraska agriculture land has risen in value for the first time in 5 years according to Jim Jansen, Nebraska Extension Ag Economist.By Nebraska Extension
Aaron Berger and Dr. Jourdan Bell from Texas A and M University discuss silage production and management options with limited irrigation.By UNL BeefWatch
This week on Backyard Farmer we'll take a look at succulents and help plan your fall garden.By University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Suspicious Seeds, Ag Estate Planning in a Pandemic, Grain Market Analysis, Weather Outlook, 2020 Farm Real Estate Report, Plant Clinic Submission GuidelinesBy University of Nebraska
Many farm leases, especially those between family members, are not written but are verbal "handshake" agreements. Nebraska Extension Ag Economist Jim Jansen talks about the various components of verbal versus written lease contracts.By Nebraska Extension
Foliar fungicides can help with yield for corn crops according to Nebraska Plant Pathologist Tamra Jackson-Ziems. She also says farmers need to assess the return on investment before making applications.By Nebraska Extension
Estate farm planning is a problem that most Nebraska farmers don’t think about until it’s too late. Nebraska Extension Educator Allan Vyhnalek says two webinars offered by Nebraska Extension will help farm and land owners figure out the future for their families.By Nebraska Extension
Nebraska Extension is offering free online zoom meetings for this year’s Grazing conference. Nebraska Extension Forage Specialist Daren Redfearn says the conference will focus on weather patterns, forage shortages and managing woody plants in pasture and rangeland.By Nebraska Extension
Nebraska FSA county offices are scheduling appointments with producers to complete applications for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program. Jim Jansen, Nebraska Extension Ag Economist says this provides direct support for farmers and ranchers who faced price declines and additional marketing costs due to COVID-19.…
Backyard Farmer takes a look at eastern red cedars taking over the plains and revisits an outdoor classroom in Clarkson Nebraska.By University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Growing Season Weather Concerns, Ecofallow Cropping System, Grain Market Analysis, Weather Outlook, Virtual Field DaysBy University of Nebraska
Aaron Berger and Dr. Mitch Stephenson discuss the value of native rangelands in Nebraska in providing plants that support pollinator species.By UNL BeefWatch
This week Backyard Farmer focuses on mushrooms around the landscape and we visit a nursery to see how they continued to produce plants during the pandemic.By University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Tunnel Collapse: One Year Later, Cattle Market Analysis, Weather Outlook, Managing Blister Beetles, Scouting ReportBy University of Nebraska
Aaron Berger and Dr. Travis Mulliniks discuss the practice of creep feeding calves and things producers should consider as they evaluate this option.By UNL BeefWatch
Aaron Berger and Dr. Karla Wilke discuss options for meeting cow nutritional needs when pastures are drought stressed and forage availability and quality is low.By UNL BeefWatch
Backyard Farmer focuses on aggressive shade plants and takes a tour of a neighborhood vegetable garden.By University of Nebraska - Lincoln
What's A Weather Market?, Market Analysis, Crop Disease Updates, Weather Outlook, Insect ScoutingBy University of Nebraska
Aaron Berger and Jack Arterburn discuss options for reducing stocking rates for range and pasture.By UNL BeefWatch
On this week's program we'll show you the difference in leaf spots and go scouting for insects.By University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Force Majeure, Market Analysis, Weather Outlook, Growth Stage Irrigation, Youth Crop Scouting CompetitionBy University of Nebraska
Aaron Berger and Dr. Jerry Volesky discuss options for planting annual forages yet this summer that can be used for fall and winter feed.By UNL BeefWatch
On the latest episode, World-Herald staff writers Jon Nyatawa and Chris Heady react to the UConn-Big East reunion. What does it mean for CU? Also, they answer some fan questions about Husker hoops: tidbits on Dalano Banton and Lat Mayen, and a starting five prediction. Support the show.By Omaha World-Herald
"What should we do when we feel like God is not with us?"
"What do we do with a God who refuses to conform to our expectations?" Sound gap from 10:30-11:30 or so. Had to cut and restart video for recording online worship service.
Backyard Farmer takes a look at a landscape ten years later and tries to corral aggressive plants.By University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Managing Field Bindweed, Market Analysis, Weather Outlook, Groundwater Research, Renewable Fuels MonthBy University of Nebraska
Aaron Berger and Extension Educators Ben Beckman and Brad Schick discuss factors to consider when harvesting, storing and feeding small grain silage.By UNL BeefWatch
Ag Losses from COVID-19, Market Analysis, Weather Outlook, Soybean Gall Midge Alert Network, Corn Growth StagingBy University of Nebraska
Backyard Farmer looks at a unique neighborhood rain garden and also shows a technique to apply herbicides on a weed in a sensitive area of the landscape.By University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Aaron Berger and Erin Laborie discuss management practices and resources to help producers care for cattle during summer heat events.By UNL BeefWatch