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Editor-in-Chief Betsy Freese and Editor/Host Jodi Henke share tips from experts across the United States to help you around your acreage. If your favorite station doesn't carry the show, call them and ask for it!

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4/22/15 | 4:12 PM
Since December 2014, USDA has confirmed cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5 in the Pacific, Central and Mississippi Flyways (migratory paths for birds). The disease has been found in wild birds, as well as in some backyard and commercial poultry flocks. There are three important... listen now
4/20/15 | 11:10 AM
Rock gardens can solve a landscaping dilemma. For example if you’re sick and tired of mowing a slope, add rocks and plants and never mow it again. Even if your land is flat and boring, you can build a berm and make it look like the rocks were naturally always there. Panayoti Kelaidis is... listen now
4/20/15 | 10:53 AM
John Rigdon of Jarrettsville, Maryland, owns one of the oldest farms in the United States. It began in 1728, as a land grant of one-thousand acres from the king of England. The land has been passed down through his family for eleven generations. The house, buildings, and 200 of the original acres... listen now
4/20/15 | 10:46 AM
Good cultural practices and integrated pest management is important for keeping a greenhouse pest-free. But sometimes, the bugs get the upper hand and you have to reach for a pesticide. Ric Bessin is an Extension entomologist at the University of Kentucky. He says the first order of business is... listen now
4/20/15 | 10:30 AM
Those who make hay know to do it when the sun shines. Sometimes it’s a very narrow window of opportunity, so the last thing you want is downtime because the machinery isn’t cooperating. This is a good time to check over your equipment so it’s ready when you are. Dennis Murphy... listen now
4/20/15 | 1:00 AM
  Zero-turn mowers are nimble and quick. Their tight turning radius means you can zip around trees and flower beds with ease and if you’re cutting grass in a wide, open space, they’ll get the job done in no time. If you have to mow more than a half-acre of grass and the terrain... listen now
4/20/15 | 12:45 AM
I have a nice patch of rhubarb and have an old family recipe for rhubarb custard pie. It's one of those perennial plants that I look forward to each year, and is easy to grow. Specialty Crop Extension Educator Vaughn Hammond at the University of Nebraska says bare-rooted rhubarb crowns... listen now
4/20/15 | 12:12 AM
Bluebirds are native to North America and one of the first signs of spring. The key to attracting them is to provide the right nesting boxes in a suitable habitat. Open pastureland, and mowed areas such as cemeteries and golf courses are good locations for bluebirds. They will stay away from... listen now
4/13/15 | 11:26 AM
I ride my bike on a trail in my area and in some places the concrete is stained purple from wild blackberries that grow along the side of the trail. You don’t have to go out in the wild to find these berries; they’ll grow just fine in your garden, too. Eric Stafne is an extension... listen now
4/13/15 | 11:12 AM
When Stephen and Kristin Graue bought some land near Louisburg, Kansas, they discovered an old fence line with grapevines growing on it. They decided to restore it, and planted more grapevines. This got them hooked on winemaking, and they started Middle Creek Winery. Kristin says their horse was... listen now

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