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Episode 24 Cable served as a co-instructor on the July 2023 study abroad program, Tropical Ecology, Conservation and Field Methods in Belize.
On this episode of Sit a Spell, join Meagen and Crystal as they stay a little closer to home in Crossville, Jennifer from Dirty Girls Nursery and the Mud and Grub Kitchen who has taken a "See Rock City" barn and transformed it into a destination for all things gardening, treats and good old-fashioned fun!
In need of some winter sun? You’re not alone! This week, Sarah and Tennille ways to beat the “winter blahs” until Spring makes its arrival.
Meet our team of UT-TSU Extension professionals as they discuss factors affecting food prices and learn more about how your food is produced.
Your lawn is one of the first things people see when they arrive at your home. But how do you keep your grass lush and green? Kim Brown, UT turf grass Extension specialist, provides valuable tips for maintaining your lawn this summer.
The West Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center has been impacting the community for over a hundred years. But how has it changed throughout its history? Join us as we talk with Bob Hayes, former center director and weed specialist, who bore witness to over 40 years of UTIA's impact on West Tennessee.
Every soybean farmer wants to improve their end-of-season yield. Join us as we talk with Avat Shekoofa, researcher in the UT Department of Plant Sciences, as we discuss how state-of-the-art scientific tools are being used to identify and resolve problems affecting soybean production.
Soybean diseases are a common occurrence for large scale producers, and early identification is essential to ensure a good end-of-season yield. Dr. Heather Kelly, professor with the UT Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology and the UT field crops pathologist, offers solutions for identifying and treating soybean diseases in West Tennessee. Check out Dr. Kelly's blog entry on soybean diseases here. For more information on upcoming field days, check out this blog post.
Fire ants are a common sight in Tennessee, showing up in lawns, school yards, parks, athletic fields, and golf courses. But how do you get rid of them? Join us as we talk with Kim Brown, UT Extension specialist, about the most effective way to eliminate these painful pests.
Today we sit down with Dr. Larry Steckel, row crop weed scientist and professor with the UT Department of Plant Sciences, to discuss an increasing trend of pesticide resistance in common field weeds. Running out of effective options for weed control and burn down, Larry offers solutions for managing unwanted plants in your fields to ensure no-till agriculture can continue in our region.
Studying the elusive sickle darter: PhD student Kyler Hecke discusses the distribution of this small fish, environmental threats and plans to help this species.
Dr. Larry Steckel discusses the recent discovery of Palmer amaranth with resistance to metolachlor (Dual) in Northeast Arkansas.
This week on "Bringing it Home," Sarah and Tennille are talking about all things financial to kick of Tennessee Saves Week. 
Dr. Scott Stewart gives an update on refuge requirements when planting Bt corn and discusses Viptera trait.
Some of the highest-performing students at UTIA's Herbert College of Agriculture are learning there's more to success in college than just academics.
This week, Sarah and Tennille help you "take care of business" with tips on career building. 
Tennessee is fortunate to have a diverse blend of plants, from tall trees to beautiful flowers to robust agricultural crops. UTIA recently asked people to nominate plants they belive have shaped the state in positive and negative ways.
Dr. Eric Walker discusses the growing buzz around hemp and what he wishes every new grower knew. If you have any curiosity about the nuts and bolts of hemp production, this podcast is worth a listen!
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Sarah and Tennille discuss the Five Love Languages. 
The annual Cotton Focus is scheduled for Friday, February 15. Tyson Raper discusses what's on the agenda.
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