Episode 1: Spinach, Tomatoes and Potatoes: What Do They All Have in Common?
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Want to know how to get started with beekeeping? Wondering what Roma tomatoes and red spinach have in common? Curious about the spotted lanternfly?
Check out these videos and podcasts to learn about those things and more.
Check out some cool innovations and research being conducting to ensure your favoriate apples are fresh, tasty, cost-friendly, and high quality.
ARS scientists are researching ways to turn farm waste and other biomass into environmentally friendly products.
Episode 4: Explore four types of berries—blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and strawberries—and ARS's role in developing new varieties.
Episode 5: Take a tour of some super human plants that we use in our everyday lives to help feed and protect us.
Episode 6: Researchers are developing new fish farming techniques and creating more sustainable methods for raising finfish and shellfish.
Episode 7: In this episode features new peaches, healthier margarines, new beer hops, tasty and healthy wraps, and even a self-fertilizing almond.
Episode 8: In this episode you'll learn how science and technology play a major role in the textile industry.
Episode 9: In this episode you'll learn how agricultural science has impacted sports.
What is the nitrogen cycle and why is it important to our livelihood?
Follow our water cycle as our drinking water moves from the ocean to the atmosphere to the clouds and back down to our lands.
Dive into the world of bioplastics, what they are and why they benefit the environment.
Watch this video to learn about the biggest dangers to honey bees and what’s being done to ensure they survive and thrive.
Manteca yellow bean is a new bean variety that is more easily digested, provides greater iron, boils faster and tastes great!
Have you ever wondered how long a mosquito needs to bite you to pass on a pathogen? Is the bug spray you're using really working?
ARS scientists are helping producers keep their lands healthy and sustainable, while limiting their impact on our precious ecosystem.
Harvesting pine straw, and using it as mulch on farms, can minimize soil and water losses while improving crop yields and soil health.
Researchers are developing methods to restore abandoned mines using soil amendments, including biochar.
ARS scientists are working to reduce emissions and promote the removal of CO2 from the atmosphere by increasing carbon storage.
Using innovative research programs to restore our rangelands to their native, productive, and ecologically stable states.
ARS researchers are investigating the power of a natural, targeted grazing approach to help mitigate wildfires.
Beautiful but deadly, these bugs are wreaking havoc on our precious crops.
Learn how to get started and how to find the Queen bee in this FB Live video.
Millions of people are highly allergic to nuts. Discover how ARS is developing a new oral immunotherapy drug to combat this allergy.
ARS researchers in Salinas, California, are using natural enemies to protect fields from aphids and other destructive pests.
ARS researchers are studying the genetics of the African baobab tree hope to determine how to protect it for generations to come.
An ARS researcher has figured out how to turn feathers into pellets which in turn can be made into things like flower pots.
Scientists are adding livestock to crop fields to improve farm production and sustainability, while reducing environmental impact.
Tune into our Facebook event to learn tips on eating healthy.
Learn how ARS scientists are keeping carbon in the ground.
ARS researchers developed a low-glycemic sweetener, a benefit for diabetics and crop farmers.
Learn how Agroforestry helped save the farming industry in the 1930s, and how it helps farmers protect the environment.