Food & Health
Food & Health
June 30th, Episode 10 - Disease Detection Tools with Syama Chatterton, Ph. D.
May 25th, 2021 - Organic Lentils & Building Timeless Seeds with Dave Oien
May 12, 2021 - Curating Pulse Crop Genetics with Clare Coyne Ph.D.New Content
April 29, 2021 - Including Pulses in a Rotation to Build Soil Health with Tony Wagner
April 13, 2021 - Testing for Soil Pathogens and Rhizobia With Alan McKay, Ph.D.
March 30, 2021 - International Demand for Pulses
March 17th - Integrated Weed Management with Dr. Tim Seipel
March 2nd - Crop Insurance Considerations for Pulse Crops
BONUS - Panel on Pulse Grading
Farm Planning and Budgeting Tools
BONUS - Equipment Considerations for Growing Pulses
BONUS - Intercropping Panel - MT Pulse Day
BONUS EPISODE - Domestic & International Pulse Markets with Tim McGreevy
Episode 15 - October 6, 2020 - Fall Weed Control with Dr. Joe Ikley
Episode 14 - Sep 23rd, 2020 - Postharvest in Chickpeas
Episode 13 - Sep 8th, 2020 - Bringing Fall Sown Peas to Eastern Washington
Episode 12 - August 25th, 2020 Harvest Episode - Desiccation and an Update on Pulse Crop Markets
Episode 11 - August 11th, 2020 Pea Aphids and Pea Leaf Weevil
Episode 10 - July 21st, 2020 Intercropping
New Podcast Focuses on Growing Pulse Crops
Anyone interested in growing pulse crops (chickpeas, peas, and lentils) will have an opportunity to learn more through this podcast series that North Dakota State University plant pathologist Dr. Audrey Kalil initiated in collaboration with podcaster Tim Hammerich (Future of Ag, Soil Sense).
The first podcast, Growing Pulse Crops with speaker Tim McGreevy, CEO USADPLC is available above or at www.growingpulsecrops.com or through cellphone podcast apps. Episodes will be released biweekly, with 13 total episodes this season. "This series of podcasts by Dr. Audrey Kalil from NDSU's Williston Research Extension Center is a fantastic way for pulse producers to brush up on their knowledge during the busy spring seeding season" states Chris Westergard, NPGA President.
The series will follow pulse crop farmers through the growing season and dive into the research that’s helping them through some of the challenges they face. They will also feature other industry stakeholders along the way. “Topics include weed, disease and pest management, as well as market updates.” says Kalil, who is based at NDSU’s Williston Research Extension Center.
“This series was developed by members by of the Pulse Crop Working Group in response to stakeholder interest in this format,” Kalil says. “The goal of the Pulse Crop Working Group is to foster collaborative relationships among researchers, extension professionals and stakeholders through face-to-face meetings and virtual interaction to address integrated pest management priorities in pulse crops.”
The group is funded by the North Central IPM Center. Visit
to learn more.
To receive the podcast on a cellphone, subscribe to the series through Apple podcasts (iPhone), Google podcasts (Android) or any other pod catcher app. Once subscribed, the podcast will download to the phone automatically when each new episode is released.
For more information about the podcast, contact Kalil at 701-774-4315 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source: Audrey Kalil, 701-774-4315,
Editor: Ellen Crawford, 701-231-5391, email@example.com
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