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Produce Pointers is hosted by Penn State Extension Horticulture Educators Glen Bupp, Leah Fronk, and Karly Regan. The podcast broadcasts timely growing information to the vegetable and small fruit industries featuring interviews with guests who are experts in research, extension, and farming.
 
Developing Successful Farmers focuses on starting farming, production, and topics to help make beginning farmers more successful. Join the Penn State Extension New and Beginning Farmer Team for informal educational conversations with educators, industry experts, and Penn State faculty and research. Each week we will cover topics that will help new and beginning farmers become more aware of the resources to assist their journey to enter farming. Guests will provide information within their fi ...
 
Our landscapes have many functions; they add beauty to our surroundings, provide a place to recreate, reduce stress, and clean and cool the surrounding environment. They also provide pollen and nectar for pollinators and provide habitat for birds. Keeping It Green is a weekly podcast in which Penn State extension educators talk with ornamental plant professionals and enthusiasts who add beauty and function to our landscapes. Topics will range from design, installation and maintenance, plant ...
 
Fresh Cut Grass is a weekly podcast in which hosts Jeff Fowler and Tanner Delvalle, Commercial Horticulture Educators with Penn State University, discuss various turfgrass topics with industry professionals from around the US. Topics include all aspects of sports turf management, lawn care, parks, golf, and any other professional turf. Professionals from different segments of the turf industry will be featured as guests, and casual conversation about turf management and turf improvement will ...
 
This podcast focuses on providing timely commercial tree fruit production advice for beginning industry professionals and seasoned growers. Educators from Penn State Extension and faculty from Penn State University’s horticulture, entomology, and plant pathology departments drop in to give insights and observations about what is going on in the orchards.
 
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Bovine Banter

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Bovine Banter focuses on management, production, and profitability to help make farms more successful. Join the Penn State Extension Dairy Team for informal educational conversations with dairy producers, industry representatives and Penn State faculty and research. Each week we will cover hot topics in the dairy industry that will help dairy producers become more profitable. Guests will compare research with experiences of what has and has not worked on their farms and provide tips to help ...
 
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Between the Vines

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Between the Vines

Lake Erie Regional Grape Program

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Between the Vines focuses on timely viticulture, business management, and Integrated Pest Management issues to help vineyards achieve commercial success. The podcast covers timely topics and research updates throughout the year. It is brought to you by the Lake Erie Regional Grape Program. This regional Extension team is a collaboration between Penn State and Cornell University.
 
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Did Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s gamble pay off? Some Chinese officials are saying the COVID-19 peak is coming down. But is that true? China just saw a massive spike in virus cases across the nation. And investigative reporting by NTD’s sister media found some regions have seen numbers around six times higher than in last month. What’s driving the d…
 
David Crosby, of the famous musical group “Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young,” recently died at the age of 81. Just before his passing, he wrote on Twitter that he heard heaven was overrated, and kind of cloudy. This brings up an interesting question that many ask: am I going to heaven when I die, and is it really “overrated”? One of the famous songs of…
 
The Biden administration says its new border measures are proving effective—but a large number of Democrats on Capitol Hill are dissatisfied, accusing President Joe Biden of reviving Trump-era policies. The Biden administration has been using America’s strategic reserves to try to lower gas prices for Americans. Now the House has taken up a bill th…
 
A federal judge in California paused the state’s so-called COVID-19 misinformation and disinformation law that has been challenged by doctors in two lawsuits, claiming it violates their constitutional rights. NTD’s Stefania Cox speaks with an attorney representing the doctors. Five former Memphis police officers have been charged with second-degree…
 
Snapchat is under fire. It’s a popular place for drug dealers to sell to children, who sometimes overdose and die. Lawmakers are discussing how to solve the problem. The U.S. economy posts strong growth in the fourth quarter, but signs point to a weak handover to 2023. Domestic demand rose at its slowest pace in 2.5 years. California voters are get…
 
We’ve been chronicling the unfolding scandal surrounding President Joe Biden’s serious mishandling of classified documents and how his lawyers have been playing some incredible word games designed to deceive the public. There has been ongoing speculation that these sudden disclosures are directly related to Biden’s intentions to run for president i…
 
Gov. Kathy Hochul said that the era of defunding the police in New York state is over and announced plans to give more money to law enforcement. The Department of Homeland Security freed over 1,000 illegal immigrants with criminal records from its detention facilities in December. The aim was to make room for a border surge that never materialized.…
 
An alleged Pfizer executive said that the company is intentionally mutating the COVID-19 virus in a lab to create vaccines for possible future variants, according to an undercover video. The suspect in the Half Moon Bay killings was charged on Jan. 25. Prosecutors said that special circumstances may warrant the death sentence, even though Californi…
 
A breakneck pace and a lack of transparency are marking COVID-19’s spread to hundreds of millions of people in the world’s most populous nation. But how deadly will China’s virus surge get? Beijing said the virus wave has already passed its peak, and that the daily death rate has dropped over 70 percent. But a new model predicted just the opposite.…
 
President Joe Biden is sending tanks to Ukraine. How is the White House reacting to concerns over accountability of Ukraine aid, and what does the White House tell us about China’s continued support for Russia? The back and forth continues on how to handle the national debt. Democrats are asking the GOP for specifics on where they want to cut spend…
 
Oleksii Reznikov, the minister of defense in Ukraine, wrote an essay for The Atlantic Council saying that the defeat of Russia is of the utmost priority for the world. Trevor Loudon discusses whether the future of Europe, and the world, hangs on the outcome of the Russia-Ukraine war. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV 👉…
 
The urgent need to raise the $31 trillion debt limit has led to a sharp partisan battle over how to handle the budget moving forward. Senate Republicans on Jan. 25 proposed cuts across the board. But Democrats have repeatedly said that Republicans have not laid out a specific plan and are trying to cut programs like Social Security. The United Stat…
 
Gas prices are on the rise again. What’s behind it, and where is it going next? A farm group is calling to investigate record-high egg prices—saying price gouging could be to blame. California lawmakers are proposing a new bill to tax the rich, even after they’ve left the state. They say it’s to reduce income inequality. Concerns about TikTok’s dat…
 
In this episode of Counterculture, Danielle celebrates the great wins of Florida. As many states locked down, Florida was a bastion of freedom. As many shied away from culture issues, Florida embraced them. Danielle interviews Turning Point USA contributor Erin Elmore about Florida’s great success. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Traditio…
 
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) wants to stop lawmakers and their spouses from trading stocks. He introduced a bill called the Pelosi Act to do just that on Jan. 24. Twenty states are suing the Biden administration for its new migrant parole program. The Republican states, along with the America First Legal group, say the program that allows up to 30,000 …
 
Germany and the United States are gearing up to send tanks to Ukraine. Meanwhile, an anti-corruption sweep in the war-torn country sees governors from multiple regions resigning or being fired. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has long vowed to keep two prominent Democrats from serving on the House intelligence committee. McCarthy said that …
 
Margaret and Sandy discuss the world of plants in zoo settings with Frank Pizzi, former zoo horticulturist at Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. Join us as Frank talks about how zoos have transitioned over the past several decades. Where zoo exhibits have gone from concrete and ceramic tile buildings to enclosures that try to mimic the animals' natural…
 
Will war break out over Taiwan? Would the United States get involved? And which side is most ready for a conflict, the United States, China, or Taiwan? A study says the U.S. defense industry is “not adequately prepared” to take on a Chinese invasion of the island. But war game simulations predict the opposite. China’s current COVID-19 outbreak is a…
 
The NHL is the latest to enter the Woke Olympics, but one Philadelphia Flyers player, Ivan Provorov, decided that his faith was more important than bowing to the corporatist trends that did not sit well with him. Provorov’s respectful resistance, however, stands as an example that forcing acceptance of an idea is not acceptable at all: it leaves no…
 
Classified documents were found at former Vice President Mike Pence’s home. How are the White House and lawmakers reacting, as scrutiny over President Joe Biden’s classified files continues to grow? Democrats take a trip to the White House to discuss raising the debt limit. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell tells NTD about the House Republican…
 
Documents with classification markings were found at Mike Pence’s home, lawyers for the former vice president said. A “small number of documents” marked classified were found on Jan. 16 at Pence’s home in Indiana, Greg Jacob, one of the lawyers, informed the National Archives and Records Administration in a Jan. 18 letter obtained by The Epoch Time…
 
M&M’s says it’s pausing its spokescandies indefinitely. It’s been facing criticism after the company made the mascots more inclusive for LGBTQ. New government proposals are trying to reduce babies’ exposure to lead. The FDA is proposing new limits for food intended for children under two. Amazon is launching a new subscription for prescription drug…
 
Late on Saturday night, a wave of media headlines claimed that a search of President Joe Biden’s Delaware house had turned up six classified documents. That’s in addition to an unknown number of documents that had already been uncovered last week in three locations including in Biden’s old University of Pennsylvania office and in his garage next to…
 
After reportedly playing a role in Brazil’s presidential election, the Biden team is now taking sides against Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. By encouraging domestic opposition to elected governments, the White House is interfering in the political process of allied democracies. In the latest episode of Over the Target Live, Israeli wri…
 
Dozens of House Democrats are pushing for the elimination of the U.S. debt ceiling. They are calling for unlimited borrowing so the government can spend whatever it needs. A former FBI official was arrested and indicted for ties to Russia. He played a lead role in investigating the now-discredited collusion between former President Donald Trump’s 2…
 
A former FBI official was arrested and indicted for ties to Russia. He played a lead role in investigating the now-discredited collusion between former President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Russian government. Another deadly shooting in California left seven people dead and one wounded. We bring you what’s known so far about t…
 
The United States is signaling plans for a more active economic presence in several African countries as the Chinese regime’s Belt and Road Initiative stakes its influence there. The Chinese infrastructure plan has also been dubbed “debt trap diplomacy.” Under it, over $100 billion have flooded into African countries over the years. But why is Afri…
 
More documents were found in an FBI search of President Joe Biden’s home, as Biden’s chief of staff is stepping down. A gunman in California shot and killed 11 people over the weekend. What are lawmakers saying about preventing another shooting? Democrats set the stage for a committee assignment showdown—forcing Speaker Kevin McCarthy to follow thr…
 
Democratic leadership has nominated high-profile Reps. Eric Swalwell and Adam Schiff to serve again on the House Intel Committee, pressing Speaker Kevin McCarthy to follow through on his vow to reject them. McCarthy meanwhile defended seating certain Republican members like Reps. George Santos, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and Paul Gosar on other commit…
 
Bracing for a recession, one company out of five in the United States plans to lay off workers in the coming months, according to a new survey. The FDA is trying to simplify the COVID vaccine process to make it more like getting a flu shot every year. Social Security is running out of money. Two of the major funds could be wiped out in ten years, a…
 
Over 10 million ballots went unaccounted for during the midterms in California and election officials also rejected almost another quarter million ballots, according to a new report, whose authors blame the state’s mail-in ballot practice. Is America’s water security under threat? A growing number of foreign investors are now becoming owners of U.S…
 
The Justice Department searched President Joe Biden’s Delaware home. More documents with classified markings turned up. The hunt for the California dance club shooter is over. Police found and surrounded the man they believe was responsible for the chaos. Find out what’s known so far about him. Falun Gong founder Mr. Li Hongzhi published an urgent …
 
In this special episode, we’re bringing back one of our most talked about guests: Michael Sekora, founder and director of the Socrates Project within the Reagan White House. While the initiative was used to help take down the Soviet Union, its next goal, even back then, was to tackle a rising communist China. We hear from Sekora on how exactly Chin…
 
Miss Universe crowned its next titleholder, but it was entirely overshadowed by its new owner, Anne Jakkaphong Jakrajutatip, who is transgender. It may give an edge to future trans contestants, merely for the virtue of having a trans titleholder. It is clear that the new owner is a champion of transgender people, so it would stand to reason that in…
 
Thousands of people were in Washington, D.C., on Friday for the 50th annual March for Life in a post-Roe America. President Joe Biden is touting legislative achievements on his second anniversary in office. The White House makes its latest move after Biden says he has “no regrets” about classified documents. An often overlooked factor of inflation …
 
“I don’t believe for one second that this investigation of the classified documents began in November of 2022 like we’re being told now,” says Kash Patel. Classified documents have been found in multiple locations linked to President Joe Biden, including the Biden Penn Center and in the garage and an adjacent room at his Wilmington home. Hunter Bid…
 
Marking the second anniversary of his inauguration on Jan. 20, President Joe Biden touted achievements to nearly 200 mayors invited to the White House. The president also told reporters that he does not regret the handling of classified documents found at his home and the Penn Biden Center. Defense leaders meeting at a U.S. air base in Germany fail…
 
Google sends out a memo stating the company will have to lay off thousands of workers. How many will be affected? Another data breach at T-Mobile is affecting millions of users. What information was hacked? The U.S. government is fighting fake organic foods. People are falsely labeling non-organic foods as organic, leading to a loss of integrity in…
 
A newly released document describes how a group of national security officials worked day and night to flag so-called election-related “misinformation” and “disinformation.” They then provided that information to social media platforms. A federal judge sanctioned former President Donald Trump and his attorneys on Jan. 19 and ordered them to pay nea…
 
Is Klaus Schwab getting pushed aside at the organization he founded? Are Americans turning against ESG (environmental, social, and corporate governance)? Can the Ukrainian president secure more support from world leaders? Is the world still listening to Al Gore’s warnings about global warming? And did John Kerry really really mean to say that “Davo…
 
“A frivolous lawsuit”—That’s what a federal judge called former President Donald Trump’s case against Hillary Clinton. And he handed out a nearly $1 million fine to boot. The U.S. Supreme Court has failed to identify who was behind the leak of a draft version of the ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade. That’s the conclusion of an investigative repor…
 
Better days are ahead, and the hardest times are behind us—that’s the message coming from Chinese Communist Party authorities. But is it true? Funeral homes and hospitals are still overwhelmed in China, as the virus ravages the country. Foreign reporters wanted to find out for themselves, but found their efforts blocked. The Chinese regime is stick…
 
New Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy can set a new set of rules, and he has, and it seems business is off to a fast start. He expected to soon make good on a vow to remove Reps. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) and Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) from seats on influential committees in the new House. The two prominent House Democrats have come under fire lately …
 
President Joe Biden’s approval rating dropped to near its lowest level as the White House reveals how the latest documents scandal could affect his 2024 decision. The United States maxed out on its debt Thursday. The Biden administration is putting pressure on Congress to raise the limit again. As former President Donald Trump moves forward with hi…
 
A Santa Fe district attorney announced on Jan. 19 that actor Alec Baldwin will be charged before the end of the month for fatally shooting a cinematographer on set in 2021. The incident happened in New Mexico during a rehearsal of the upcoming film “Rust.” Amid the fallout of the documents debacle, a new poll finds President Joe Biden’s approval ra…
 
The United States reaches its borrowing limit. The Treasury Department is now trying to avoid a government default. A San Francisco business owner has been arrested. A video of him went viral on social media, where he was seen spraying a homeless woman with water, trying to get her to move. At the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, the United N…
 
A new batch of explosive emails obtained via Freedom of Information Act requests by U.S. Right to Know reveals that the central argument of COVID-19’s natural origin theory was a lie, and that those pushing the false narrative—like Fauci and his gang of scientists—knew that it was a lie. As soon as the genetic sequence of the virus was made public …
 
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is taking issue with the Biden administration. He’s unhappy about what he calls a refusal to handle the influx of illegal immigrants by sea. The White House fires back. A Minnesota police chief said that he wanted to honor law enforcement by posting a “Thin Blue Line” flag on Facebook. He later had to delete the post after…
 
Margaret and Tom discuss horticulture adventures with Shari Edelson of the Arboretum at Penn State. What is it like working at a relatively new arboretum (opened in 2009)? How are gardens initiated, funded, and constructed? Maintained? Shari will share her experience and changing role in almost a decade of time at the Arboretum. Plus, we discuss th…
 
In an unexpected development in New Zealand, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is stepping down. A vote to elect her party’s next leader will be held on Jan. 22. Migrants seeking asylum began entering the United States with a mobile app on Jan. 18. But can it keep up with demand? One company is celebrating the return of a famous pizza by commemorating …
 
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