Field Notes from Koch Agronomic Services – Episode 14

Chuck Zimmerman

The Field Notes podcast series from Koch Agronomic Services (Koch) breaks down the science and technology behind agronomy to help growers do more with less. The experts we’ve heard from on our previous episodes have covered topics ranging from how different crops use nitrogen to the 4R’s of Nutrient Stewardship and how growers and retailers work together to choose the …

Agribusiness, AgWired Precision, Audio, Koch Agronomic Services, Podcasts, Soil

Field Notes from Koch Agronomic Services – Episode 13

Chuck Zimmerman

The Field Notes podcast series from Koch Agronomic Services (Koch) breaks down the science and technology behind agronomy to help growers do more with less. The experts we’ve heard from on our previous episodes have covered topics ranging from how different crops use nitrogen to the 4R’s of Nutrient Stewardship and how growers and retailers work together to choose the …

Agribusiness, Audio, Podcasts, Soil

Field Notes From Koch Agronomic Services – Episode 12

Chuck Zimmerman

The Field Notes podcast series from Koch Agronomic Services (Koch) breaks down the science and technology behind agronomy to help growers do more with less. The experts we’ve heard from on our previous episodes have covered topics ranging from how different crops use nitrogen to the 4R’s of Nutrient Stewardship and how growers and retailers work together to choose the …

Agribusiness, Audio, Koch Agronomic Services, Podcasts, Soil

ZimmCast 671 – ARISE USA The Resurrection Tour

Chuck Zimmerman

Hello and welcome to the ZimmCast. In this program I’m sharing my conversation with Trent Loos, Loos Tales. He is participating in the ARISE USA The Resurrection Tour which is an educational non-profit tour seeking to unite all Americans regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, sex, age or disability. It is a national conversation and civics dialog tour. …

Audio, Freedom, Podcasts, ZimmCast

Daugherty Water for Food Podcast Episode 8

Cindy Zimmerman

This episode of the Daugherty Water for Food podcast features Qiao Hu, a Ph.D. student studying natural resource sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, who discusses his research using drones (UAVs) and artificial intelligence (AI) for wetlands management. Qiao’s faculty advisor and DWFI Faculty Fellow Zhenghong Tang is a professor in the Community and Regional Planning Program and Landscape Architecture …

Audio, Environment, Podcasts, Water, Water for Food

Daugherty Water for Food Podcast – Episode 7

Cindy Zimmerman

This episode of the Daugherty Water for Food podcast features Nebraska state climatologist Martha Shulski for a discussion on the impact of climate change on society and the environment and how to talk about it. Shulski is also a DWFI Faculty Fellow, associate professor of Applied Climate Science at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, director of the Nebraska State Climate Office …

Audio, climate, Environment, Podcasts, Water for Food

A Car Thing for AgNerds

Chuck Zimmerman

Seriously. There is a Car Thing coming from Spotify. Thank you Spotify for coming up with a new gadget for all the #AgNerds out there. And, especially a gadget that allows us podcasters to have our programs heard in another way. Between work commutes, taking the kids to school, daily errands, and road trips, Americans spend countless hours on the …

Audio, Media, Podcasts, Technology

Ethanol Report Looks at Industry COVID Recovery

Cindy Zimmerman

The U.S. ethanol industry is in a much better place compared to a year ago when production was nearing a record low and plants were closing as a result of efforts to contain COVID-19. In this edition of The Ethanol Report, Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) President and CEO Geoff Cooper provides an update on where the ethanol industry is today, …

Audio, Ethanol, Podcasts, RFA

Webinar Explores Lessons Learned from 1980s Farm Crisis

Cindy Zimmerman

AEI Premium is holding a virtual event to explore lessons learned from its “Escaping 1980” podcast on March 3. Farmers, agribusiness leaders, farm policy wonks, and students are invited click here to register for the free webinar. The “Escaping 1980” podcast, launched in November, explores the causes, impacts, and lasting effects of one of the most infamous events in American …

Farming, Podcasts