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These podcasts are for informational purposes only and are not intended to replace professional advice or recommendations for listeners. The views expressed in these podcasts by guests are not necessarily endorsed by Yara North America.

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Most Recent Episodes

Sustainable Wine Growing

pH Puzzle: Understanding and Combatting Soil Acidification

Ashes to Agriculture: The Ancient Roots of Potash

All Yara's Podcasts

The Alchemy of Air with Author Thomas Hager

Incubator Farms: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Incubator Farms: Auburn, Alabama

Incubator Farms: Where Knowledge Grows (Plus: Insights into the Modesto Farm Research)

An Unsung Hero: Norman Borlaug

The Alchemy of Air - Changing the World Through Mineral Fertilizer

Balancing Budget and Investing for Future Success in Nut Crops

Calcium Nitrate for the Win in Avocados

Ways to Monitor Crops Throughout the Season

Water Quality - Sodicity and Carbonates

Water Quality - Salinity

The Importance of Water Quality

Audio Magazine 1: Top of Mind Crop Production Topics

Mitigating Heat Stress on Permanent Crops

Best Practices in Corn Production

Bipartisan Nutrition: Nitrogen and Sulfur

Achieving the Genetic Potential of Corn

Good Guys Gone Bad: Nutrient Toxicity

Toxic Elements to Watch Out For

Why Use Foliar Nutrition PART 2

Why Use Foliar Nutrition

Free Lime in Soil is Really Not Free

Cation Exchange Explained

What You Should Know About Soil pH

How to Run a Family Farm in Troubling Times - Shay Myers, Owyhee Produce

The Dirt on Your Dirt Part 2 - Soil Structure

The Dirt on Your Dirt

Nitrogen Management in the Real World

How to Take Tissue Samples and Use the Results

Why Should We Use Tissue Analysis

Interpreting Soil Sample Lab Results

Lab Analysis of Soil Samples

How to Properly Collect a Soil Sample

Being Flexible with Ever-Changing Weather and Diseases

Chloride Chemistry

If I Had a Nickel for Every Agronomic Tip of the Week

Why Molybdenum is a Unique Micronutrient

Manganese and Plant Development


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