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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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3/10/14 | 9:21 AM
One way to disinfect the water in your home is to install an ultraviolet light radiation system. UV systems expose your water to a light that’s found naturally in a spectrum that comes from the sun. This wavelength has germicidal properties capable of inactivating common viruses and bacteria... listen now
3/10/14 | 8:49 AM
When the high tunnel growing season begins, producers have to make sure the equipment inside the tunnel has been disinfected to prevent the spread of disease and control weeds. This should also include the soil. Steam pasteurization has been used for over 100-years and is still a hot soil... listen now
3/3/14 | 10:35 AM
Last year at my local farmer’s market, one of the vendors was selling jars of homemade sauerkraut. Normally I would have passed by this booth, but they were offering samples. I tried it, liked it, and bought a jar.   Tim Woods is an extension ag economist at the University of... listen now
3/3/14 | 10:22 AM
Hand weeding with a hoe is very time-consuming and a burden if you’re a small-scale vegetable farmer. Going through the field with a tiller isn’t always an option if the rows are too narrow or you have to go through more than once. A cultivator called an eco-weeder can save a lot of... listen now
3/3/14 | 10:12 AM
Kristine Beck of Fountain City, Wisconsin, has a strong connection to family farmland on the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River. She bought 30-acres in 1994, but it took her a long time to decide what to do with it. In 2010, she met Wayne Weisman, who is a permaculture consultant and master... listen now
3/3/14 | 10:03 AM
Millions of Americans have celiac disease and are sensitive to gluten, which is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. A growing number of people don’t have celiac disease, but say they feel better when they avoid eating foods with gluten. If you’re looking for gluten-free foods,... listen now
3/3/14 | 9:53 AM
When I was little, we would often visit an elderly lady who was a dear friend of our family. What I remember most about her place was the smell – there was always a loaf of bread baking in the oven. She’d slice it up warm and serve it with a jar of peanut butter. Some may say that... listen now
3/3/14 | 9:44 AM
When there’s a lot of rain, our sump pump gets a workout. When the water rises to a certain level in the sump pit, the pump kicks on and disperses the water away from the house.  If you need to install a sump pump, there are several factors to consider when choosing one. Duane... listen now
2/24/14 | 9:41 AM
My grandmother is in a nursing home and tells me her favorite days are when the dogs and cats come to visit. A kitty on her lap makes her feel like a little girl again. Animal therapy is used in nursing homes, hospitals, and in counseling centers to help boost an individual’s well-being... listen now
2/24/14 | 9:34 AM
A friend invited my husband and I over for dinner one night, and he roasted what we thought was a regular chicken. It was actually a “capon.” I’d never heard of it before, but it sure tasted good. Jacquie Jacob is an extension project manager at the University of Kentucky.... listen now


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