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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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No fancy titles this time around. Our Head of Creative (Jon) is taking the week off. That makes sense. He pretty much carried us last week when Greg was unavailable and Hoss had family obligations. And in the meantime, Nebraska won a Big Ten game. How about that?!? Huskers are tied atop the Big Ten West and look to maintain momentum when they host …
 
A Nebraska Democrat hasn’t won a statewide election since 2006. And that’s one of the reasons why Republican Jim Pillen is widely expected to win the governorship when voters go to the polls next month. Nebraska Public Media’s Will Bauer has more on the Columbus-area pig farmer’s vision for the state and what he stands for as a University of Nebras…
 
You getting hyped yet? No worries let Husker247 get you prepared for this Friday night slobberknocker between Nebraska and Rutgers. Joining the Husker247 crew this week is ESPN590 host and Nebraska baseball radio color analyst, Nick Handley, who gives his thoughts ranging from Rutgers baseball field to what’s sustainable from Nebraska’s win over In…
 
In this episode we speak with Daniel Smith, Southwest Regional Agronomist with the University of Wisconsin-Madison, about weed seed distribution from combines. Smith was a presenter at the Soybean Management Field Days held throughout the state of Nebraska, and spoke about his research on weed seed distribution, where weed seeds hide in combines, a…
 
Rural communities are facing big challenges when it comes to keeping their towns vibrant and growing. Nebraska Extension Specialist Cheryl Burkhart-Kriesel talks about how small town Nebraskans are creatively navigating multiple issues to help them grow in the years to come.Nebraska Extension による
 
If a survivor of childhood sexual abuse tells someone what happened to them, studies suggest most don’t do it until they’re well into adulthood. But many Iowans abused as children run out of time to sue their abusers at age 19. Survivors and some lawmakers are working to get rid of the time limit on civil lawsuits related to child sex abuse with th…
 
This week on the Husker247 Podcast Michael Bruntz and Mike Schaefer discuss what went right and what felt different about Nebraska-Indiana. There were noticeable changes in how things played out in Memorial Stadium, both on the field and on the sidelines. The guys discuss why the defense looked better and if it can be sustained. Then they move over…
 
Jon & Todd’s Monday Night Therapy Session will discuss: Nebraska’s win over Indiana The Suckage that is the Big Ten West Chryst being fired at Wisconsin Why some people are perfectly fine with high-stress jobs and living in a fishbowl Did you know that Todd was a high school principal at three different towns? He was! He did it for 23 years. I aske…
 
A North Platte television news director will clean out her desk Monday night after the station fired her over the weekend for helping collect signatures for a ballot initiative to ban abortions in the neighboring town of Curtis. The vice president and general manager of KNOP in North Platte confirmed Melanie Standiford was fired on Friday – the sam…
 
The Supplemental Nutrition Education Program (SNAP-Ed) is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and helps SNAP recipients learn how to eat healthy food on a budget. Its employees complain of wages so low that they themselves qualify for SNAP.Nebraska Public Media による
 
We are back with a local business owner, Paul Oettinger. Paul owns Pal’s Brewing Company in North Platte, which has been a popular business in a growing location. In this episode, we will discuss the ‘behind the scenes’ of some business decisions like where to expand, how to attract customers, and more! Each Friday in October, you can enjoy Pal’s b…
 
Remember victory Sunday? They used to be a little more commonplace but Nebraska players, coaches and fans all get to enjoy the feeling this week after the Huskers spirited 35-21 win over Indiana. Joining Sunday Side Session is Jake Sorensen to walk through an ugly but critical game for the Huskers. How’d Nebraska pull out the victory? What changes …
 
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources on UNL's East campus will be hosting a "Power of Red" visit day for students and parents. CASNR College Relations Director Sue Ellen Pegg says the visit day is an excellent opportunity for prospective students to see what their college experience could be like.…
 
University of Nebraska regent Jim Pillen will vote in support of two major UNL athletic proposals scheduled for the regents meeting Friday. Nebraska Public Media’s Will Bauer has more on the Republican nominee for governor’s votes on alcohol sales and broadcasting rights.Nebraska Public Media による
 
Former Husker Todd Peterson joined the HypeCast to discuss Nebraska’s upcoming game with Indiana and where things sit with the program. First the group tackled Nebraska’s offense with thoughts on how the Huskers handle tempo, where things could stand to be a little bit or a lot better and who might pickup some of the work at running back with Ajay …
 
Nebraska Extension is offering free testing for soybean cyst nematode after harvest. Nebraska Extension Plant Pathologist Dylan Mangel says crop producers should take advantage of this and rotate their crops should the pest be found in soybean fields.Nebraska Extension による
 
Two thirds of farmers said the pandemic affected their mental health, according to an American Farm Bureau poll. The U-S Department of Agriculture has awarded grants to states across the country to help improve mental health outreach among farmers. As Kendall Crawford reports for Harvest Public Media, some Midwestern states are distributing the res…
 
Programming note: Technical difficulties caused an abrupt ending to the episode. Mike Schaefer and Brian Christopherson gather to talk about if anyone still has chords for their headphones, the bye weekend and Nebraska's upcoming game against Indiana. Among the topics covered are how the Huskers could change things up and what might be expected for…
 
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