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Welcome to the web home for Field, Lab, Earth, the podcast from the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America. The podcast all about past and present advances in agronomic, crop, soil, and environmental sciences, our show features timely interviews with our authors about research in these fields.

Field, Lab, Earth releases on the third Friday of each month in addition to the occasional bonus episode. If you enjoy our show, please be sure to tell your friends and rate and review. If you have a topic, author, or paper you would like featured or have other feedback, please contact us on Twitter @fieldlabearth or use the email icon below. You can join our newsletter to receive notifications about new episodes and related resources here.

Field, Lab, Earth features graduate and undergraduate students at the end of each episode. If you would like to be featured, please let us know by filling out this brief application form. Please note you must be a student member with ASA, CSSA, or SSSA to apply.

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Jun 22, 2023

It’s our birthday, our five-year anniversary, and our 100th episode, which means it’s time to paaaaarty! Join us for a brief interview with host Abby as she looks back on five years of podcasting, followed by our usual birthday blooper reel.

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Jun 16, 2023

“Transitioning from conventional to cover crop systems with minimum tillage does not alter nutrient loading” with Drs. Joby Czarnecki and Beth Baker of Mississippi State University

Cover crops are often lauded as agricultural heroes boasting of a variety of ecosystems services and benefits to farmers and the world....

Jun 2, 2023

“Comparison of methods to recover amaranth weed seeds from manure” with Drs. Anthony Brusa and Melissa Wilson, Minnesota State University

Palmer Amaranth is a pesky pest that can devastate crops, and when this sneaky pest’s seeds creep into animal feed, they can find their way into unsuspecting farmers’ fields....