25: Foods that Can Kill YouOctober 22, 2019
Are you ready to get spooky? We are! For this creepiest of seasons, Hallie and Chris discuss foods that are rumored to kill you and whether or not they’re actually as scary as they’re made out to be. We learn about foods ranging from almonds to nutmeg to potatoes. We also learn about Chris’s undying love of pumpkin chiffon pie.
24: Youth Organizations (4-H and FFA)October 08, 2019
This week we’re talking about kids and agriculture. Hallie and Chris discuss the agriculture youth organizations 4-H and FFA. We learn the history of these organizations, what they do, and who they serve. We also get the recipe for Hallie’s blue-ribbon pie.
#AskOnetoGrowOn 4: What is vermiculite? What is perlite?October 01, 2019
In this mini-episode, Hallie explains the difference between perlite and vermiculite, what they’re good for, and when to use them.
23: Turfgrass with Vikram BaligaSeptember 24, 2019
This week Vikram Baliga of Texas Tech university joins Hallie and Chris to talk about turf grass. We learn where it comes from, what it does, and just how high some grasses can grow.
#AskOnetoGrowOn 3: Lobster and Fish Byproducts?September 17, 2019
In this mini-episode, Hallie discusses fish emulsion, fungicidal chitan, and edible films made from lobsters.
22: Superfoods III – Microgreens, Steal-cut Oats, Mangosteen, GinkoSeptember 10, 2019
Who’s ready for more superfoods? We sure are! This week Hallie and Chris evaluate microgreens, steel-cut oats, mangosteen and ginko. We learn which fruit is the “queen of fruit”, which plant is highly nutritious, and which is kind of regular. And of course, which are cape-worthy.
21: EarthwormsAugust 27, 2019
This week we’re digging into all things small, skinny and wiggly: worms. Hallie and Chris discuss worms, what they are, why they’re so important and their appearance in sci-fi movies. We learn how worms help the soil, how to keep them, and how to use them to fish.
#AskOnetoGrowOn 2: What is a berry?August 20, 2019
In this mini-episode, Hallie says, once and for all, what a berry is. | One to Grow On is an podcast that digs into the questions you have about agriculture and tries to understand the impacts of food production on us and our world. One to Grow On is hosted by Hallie Casey and Chris Casey, and is produced by Catherine Arjet and Hallie Casey.
“How Does a Farm Work?”August 13, 2019
It’s another Catherine episode! This week, Catherine and Hallie discuss farm production, employment and revenue. We learn about small scale versus large scale production, the practicalities of different crops, and the merits of different film versions of the musical Annie.
#AskOnetoGrowOn 1: What is ‘Certified Transitional’?August 06, 2019
In this mini-episode, Hallie defines certified transitional agriculture, explains why it exists, and talks about why it isn’t standardized by the USDA (yet?). One to Grow On is a podcast that digs into the questions you have about agriculture and tries to understand the impacts of food production on us and our world. We explore fascinating topics including food, gardening, and plant sciences. One to Grow On is hosted by Hallie Casey and Chris Casey, and is produced by Catherine Arjet and Hallie Casey. Show art is by Ashe Walker. Music is “Something Elated” by Broke For Free licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license.
20: Zoonotic Disease With Dr. Sara PackebushJuly 30, 2019
We’re finally talking about animals! This week special guest Dr. Sara Packebush joins Hallie and Chris to talk about zoonotic diseases, how they spread to humans and how to keep yourself healthy. We learn about animal-borne pathogens, mind-controlling parasites and Hallie and Chris’s serious lack of dog movie knowledge.
19: Organic Agriculture, Part 4July 16, 2019
In the final episode of our organics series, Hallie and Chris discuss both large and small scale economic impacts of organic agriculture, how organics impact consumers, and how much paperwork is too much paperwork. We learn how international trade is impacted by organics, and what this means for the choices you make at the grocery store.