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We deliver RealLifeSolutions to TN & the world by: Advancing Academic Excellence, Delivering Discoveries, Promoting Hands On Learning & Serving Our Communities
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Dr. Tyson Raper addresses cotton defoliation concerns and offers product recommendations for defoliating weather stressed plants.
AgCast: Carol White

AgCast: Carol White

2019-09-1700:10:59

For UTIA alumnus Carol White, her education in the Department of Food Science was the perfect intro to her career in Pharmacy. As part of our One Health perspective, we sat down with this 2005 graduate to find out how her time at the Herbert College of Agriculture set her up for success and how she draws on her Food Science background in the world of pharmacy.
Prescription Opioid Awareness Week is September 15-21.  Sarah and Tennille give statistics and talk about smart ways to manage your medication usage, even if your medicine is not an opioid. (This info is for parents and caregivers of other people also!)
Sarah and Tennille sit down with Tracey Sullivan, UT Extension Western Region Program Leader for Agriculture & Natural Resources, to trace the steps food takes to get from the farm to your lunchbox.
Dr. Larry Steckel provides a rundown of 2019 weed control issues and offers recommendations for 2020, including which nozzles to use, application timings and weeds to watch.
September is “More Matters: Fruits & Veggies” Month. Sarah and Tennille share their ideas for incorporating more produce into your diet. Also- Tennille has a big announcement to make!
Dr. Heather Kelly shares disease outlook in cotton and soybean and discusses what you can expect to learn at the upcoming Soybean Disease Field Day (9/3/19) and Cotton Tour Field Day (9/4/19).
This week, Sarah and Tennille explore the ways that Le Bonheur’s mobile health unit is serving West Tennessee schools. Special guest is Chelcie Oseni from Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.
With deer hunting season approaching, UT Extension Wildlife Specialist Dan Grove discusses Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), a new and dangerous threat to Tennessee's deer and elk populations. Dr. Grove will explain containment efforts, new hunting regulations and concerns for human health. Visit the official CWD in Tennessee website for more details, https://www.tn.gov/twra/hunting/cwd.html.
This week, Sarah and Tennille talk about the importance of having close friends (including the surprising health benefits) and play a game to see how well they really know each other.
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