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Weekly reports by members of UW-Extension

Latest Episodes

September 15, 2017 – Jumping Worms

The weather continues dry in many parts of the state and fall weather is showing. Bernie Williams, Conservation Biologist from the Wisconsin DNR talks about Jumping Worms. Transcribed Session Link to Bernie’s PowerPoint Presentation Listen to Presentation Download Podcast For PC’s, right click on “Download”, select “Save Link As. . .” […]

-1 s2017 SEP 21
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September 15, 2017 – Jumping Worms

September 8, 2017 – Crops are late in ripening

READ September 8, 2017 Transcription Dr. Brian Smith’s Presentation LISTEN DOWNLOAD 09/08/2017 PODCAST For PC’s, right click on “Download”, select “Save Link As. . .” and choose a location on your computer to save the file. For Mac’s, Ctrl+click on “Download”, select “Save Link As. . .” and choose a location on your computer to […]

-1 s2017 SEP 15
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September 8, 2017 – Crops are late in ripening

August 25 – Bees/Wasps/Hornets

Questions to County Offices seem to have slowed down but one that has arisen and probably will continue to appear as we head into fall is about the differences between bees, hornets and wasps. PJ Liesch referred to a publication “Social wasps and bees in the Upper Midwest” as a useful guide for providing answers. […]

-1 s2017 AUG 30
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August 25 – Bees/Wasps/Hornets

August 18, 2017– Think Ahead to Winter Pruning of Fruit Trees

Parts of the state continue to deal with insects and diseases that are related to the amounts of rain locations have experienced. Amaya Atucha, Fruit Specialist, took the group through the appropriate methods of pruning for good fruit production. Atucha’s Presentation READ Transcription File LISTEN DOWNLOAD 08-18-2017 PODCAST For PC’s, right click […]

-1 s2017 AUG 30
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August 18, 2017– Think Ahead to Winter Pruning of Fruit Trees

August 4, 2017 – Keep Your Eye Out for Pigweed

Japanese Beetles are still a big thing around the State. Wet areas continue to contribute to diseases, but drying is occuring in some areas. Everyone is asked to keep their eye out for and report spottings of all types of Pigweed. Link to PDDC Update for August 4 Link to Pigweed Power Point READ […]

-1 s2017 AUG 9
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August 4, 2017 – Keep Your Eye Out for Pigweed

July 28, 2017 – Japanese Beetles Everywhere

This week’s conference call found everyone having to deal with calls from frustrated home owners on protecting their plants from Japanese Beetles. Wet conditions throughout much of the State cause many problems to arise. READ Find Transcription Here. LISTEN DOWNLOAD 07/28/2017 Podcast For PC’s, right click on “Download”, select “Save Link […]

-1 s2017 AUG 1
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July 28, 2017 – Japanese Beetles Everywhere

July 21, 2017 – Plant Galls

Lots of rain and flooding, biting gnats, and Japanese Beetles — some of the concerns around the State this third week in July. P.J. Liesch gave a presentation on the variability of plant galls -interesting looking, but usually only a cosmetic problem. READ Link to Transcription LISTEN DOWNLOAD For […]

-1 s2017 JUL 25
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July 21, 2017 – Plant Galls

July 14, 2017 – Blueberry Trials in Brown County

Reports of plenty of rain from all over the state bringing both insect pests and diseases that do well in wet conditions. Vijai Pandian, Brown County Extension, reported on trial results on Blueberries, Honeyberries and Josta Berries. READ Transcription LISTEN DOWNLOAD Podcast Link For PC’s, right click on “Download”, select “Save Link […]

-1 s2017 JUL 19
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July 14, 2017 – Blueberry Trials in Brown County
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Latest Episodes

September 15, 2017 – Jumping Worms

The weather continues dry in many parts of the state and fall weather is showing. Bernie Williams, Conservation Biologist from the Wisconsin DNR talks about Jumping Worms. Transcribed Session Link to Bernie’s PowerPoint Presentation Listen to Presentation Download Podcast For PC’s, right click on “Download”, select “Save Link As. . .” […]

-1 s2017 SEP 21
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September 15, 2017 – Jumping Worms

September 8, 2017 – Crops are late in ripening

READ September 8, 2017 Transcription Dr. Brian Smith’s Presentation LISTEN DOWNLOAD 09/08/2017 PODCAST For PC’s, right click on “Download”, select “Save Link As. . .” and choose a location on your computer to save the file. For Mac’s, Ctrl+click on “Download”, select “Save Link As. . .” and choose a location on your computer to […]

-1 s2017 SEP 15
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September 8, 2017 – Crops are late in ripening

August 25 – Bees/Wasps/Hornets

Questions to County Offices seem to have slowed down but one that has arisen and probably will continue to appear as we head into fall is about the differences between bees, hornets and wasps. PJ Liesch referred to a publication “Social wasps and bees in the Upper Midwest” as a useful guide for providing answers. […]

-1 s2017 AUG 30
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August 25 – Bees/Wasps/Hornets

August 18, 2017– Think Ahead to Winter Pruning of Fruit Trees

Parts of the state continue to deal with insects and diseases that are related to the amounts of rain locations have experienced. Amaya Atucha, Fruit Specialist, took the group through the appropriate methods of pruning for good fruit production. Atucha’s Presentation READ Transcription File LISTEN DOWNLOAD 08-18-2017 PODCAST For PC’s, right click […]

-1 s2017 AUG 30
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August 18, 2017– Think Ahead to Winter Pruning of Fruit Trees

August 4, 2017 – Keep Your Eye Out for Pigweed

Japanese Beetles are still a big thing around the State. Wet areas continue to contribute to diseases, but drying is occuring in some areas. Everyone is asked to keep their eye out for and report spottings of all types of Pigweed. Link to PDDC Update for August 4 Link to Pigweed Power Point READ […]

-1 s2017 AUG 9
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August 4, 2017 – Keep Your Eye Out for Pigweed

July 28, 2017 – Japanese Beetles Everywhere

This week’s conference call found everyone having to deal with calls from frustrated home owners on protecting their plants from Japanese Beetles. Wet conditions throughout much of the State cause many problems to arise. READ Find Transcription Here. LISTEN DOWNLOAD 07/28/2017 Podcast For PC’s, right click on “Download”, select “Save Link […]

-1 s2017 AUG 1
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July 28, 2017 – Japanese Beetles Everywhere

July 21, 2017 – Plant Galls

Lots of rain and flooding, biting gnats, and Japanese Beetles — some of the concerns around the State this third week in July. P.J. Liesch gave a presentation on the variability of plant galls -interesting looking, but usually only a cosmetic problem. READ Link to Transcription LISTEN DOWNLOAD For […]

-1 s2017 JUL 25
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July 21, 2017 – Plant Galls

July 14, 2017 – Blueberry Trials in Brown County

Reports of plenty of rain from all over the state bringing both insect pests and diseases that do well in wet conditions. Vijai Pandian, Brown County Extension, reported on trial results on Blueberries, Honeyberries and Josta Berries. READ Transcription LISTEN DOWNLOAD Podcast Link For PC’s, right click on “Download”, select “Save Link […]

-1 s2017 JUL 19
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July 14, 2017 – Blueberry Trials in Brown County
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