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PLANTSTRONG

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PLANTSTRONG

Rip Esselstyn

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The mission of PLANTSTRONG is to further the advancement of all things within the plant-based movement; We advocate for the scientifically proven benefits of plant-based living and envision a world that universally understands, promotes, and prescribes plants as the solution to empowering your health, enhancing your performance, and restoring the environment. We welcome and support you wherever you are on your PLANTSTRONG journey and we hope you enjoy the show.
 
Ellen Zachos and C.L. Fornari help you discover the amazing world of plants: in the garden, in the wild, and on your plate. They show you how to grow plants successfully, how to enjoy your natural surroundings, and how to make the most of your harvest, whether it's cultivated or foraged. (Spoiler alert: they don't always agree!) You'll find three different topics in each episode, plus email questions from listeners.
 
“Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation” is a new and unique podcast focusing on the hallucinogenic plants and fungi whose impact on world culture and religion – and healing potential - is only now beginning to be appreciated as never before. Unlike other podcasts relating to these issues, “Plants of the Gods” is hosted by renowned ethnobotanist Dr. Mark Plotkin, a Harvard and Yale-trained scientist who has been studying the healing plants and shamans of the Ama ...
 
Mysterious Botanical History, Strange Plant Lore and Gardening Notes. Gardening Writer & Radio Presenter Cheralyn Darcey joins Gardening Reporter & Horticulturalist Vicki White to chat Mostly About Plants. They explore the ethnobotanical origins, fascinating and sometimes amusing histories along with the ways plants have enchanted, helped and entwined us in their world. New episode every Thursday evening 7:30pm (AEST) .@mostlyaboutplants SUBSCRIBE & FOLLOW for instant alerts Find Us: https:/ ...
 
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Be Sexy Eat Plants

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Be Sexy Eat Plants

Your Super's Michael Kuech and Kristel de Groot

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Your Super co-founders Michael and Kristel are on a mission! They are part of a plant-based movement that’s changing the world one person at a time. Join them as they deep-dive with vegan celebrities, athletes, changemakers, thought leaders and industry pioneers. Receiving exclusive insights from these #plantlebrities, will inspire you to live #YOURSUPER life!
 
The podcast for people who love plants—but not always the same ones. Brought to you by the editors of Fine Gardening, this fun, informative podcast tackles all things topical in gardening. You’ll listen to the insights (and arguments) of Editor-in-Chief Steve Aitken and Senior Editor Danielle Sherry as they discuss various horticultural subjects on a deeper level. You will also hear from today’s leading horticultural minds who will offer their wisdom and opinions about what you might want to ...
 
Loosely based around the topics of botany, ecology and evolution of plants this podcast is designed to bring attention to and broaden the botanical knowledge of it's audience. Primarily focusing on the native flora of New England. The majority of the topics and botanical species discussed will pertain to the Northeast region of the United States but not exclusive to this area. Intermittently, there will also be episodes on cannabis and it's cultivation. Enjoy.
 
Come along with horticulturist Daniel Fuller as we enter a hidden world of horticultural, ecological and landscape gardening knowledge with featured experts, industry professionals and enthusiasts. We inform and inspire you with weekly episodes to help you become an unstoppable plant whisperer.
 
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Song and Plants

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Song and Plants

Carmen Porter

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Learning the binomial nomenclature (scientific names) of biota is a fascinating way to glean insight into the natural world. Though daunting at first, they can become familiar and accessible with the help of melody and context. This podcast will present tunes where the scientific names of species comprise the lyrical content. Episodes will describe habitats, growing conditions, nutritional information, and locate species within their taxonomic hierarchy. Historical significance, interviews a ...
 
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2 Girls and Plants

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2 Girls and Plants

Adrienne Kraig and Shannon Summers

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Join Shannon Summers and Adrienne Kraig on their journey as they explore what it means to create a nourishing lifestyle inside and out! It’s a casual, fun opportunity to talk about all thing’s health, Whole Foods Plant Based, and making nourishing lifestyle changes important for everyone’s bio-individuality. The Coaches enjoy inspiring others, sharing their stories, and having guest speakers join them while helping to educate others. Learn how to advocate for your health with courage, confid ...
 
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Lean With Plants

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Lean With Plants

Chelsea Mae Cullen

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Calling all overweight plant based women! This is a podcast for FRUSTRATED vegan gal's who can’t shift the fat, all while eating a healthy vegan diet! (Yes we exist.) Weight loss doesn’t have to be a mystery, but with all the pseudo science and outright quackery online it’s hard to understand the true WHY and HOW. I’m Chelsea Cullen and I’ve lost 18kg (nearly 40 pounds) as a vegan ONCE I understood the science of weight loss, which has nothing to do with counting calories or celery juice by ...
 
“Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation” is a new and unique podcast focusing on the hallucinogenic plants and fungi whose impact on world culture and religion – and healing potential - is only now beginning to be appreciated as never before. Unlike other podcasts relating to these issues, “Plants of the Gods” is hosted by renowned ethnobotanist Dr. Mark Plotkin, a Harvard and Yale-trained scientist who has been studying the healing plants and shamans of the Ama ...
 
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Fancy Plants Podcast

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Fancy Plants Podcast

Cris, Sue and Amanda

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Join plant enthusiasts Cris, Sue and Amanda as they converse about plants with some digressive chatter sprinkled in. The ladies share their experiences being plant enthusiasts, and include topics about plant care, procurement, histories, and more. Fair warning: pronunciation isn't always our strong suit.
 
Finally! The podcast that delivers simple, realistic ways for busy women to find whole food plant-based joy. Whether you want to switch to a healthy vegan lifestyle, simply learn more about how to go plant based, or you just want to learn how to enjoy eating more fruits and vegetables...you're in the right place. Ready to build an energy filled life you love without ever having to go on another diet? Jarrod and Anita Roussel, health professionals, coaches, and co-founders of PowerOnPlants.co ...
 
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We Dig Plants

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We Dig Plants

Heritage Radio Network

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We Dig Plants® brings the Culture to Horticulture. Examining our human interaction with plants via authors, industry professionals, historians, plants people, cooks, gardeners & artists and combining our 20 plus years of designing gardens, we delve into the magic, power and influence of plants within a global context and share that charm with international listeners.
 
Welcome to the Wise Plants podcast, a little place in cyberspace to discuss, explore and share ideas about the wise plants. Have you found your plant ally yet? Salvia Divinorum / Kratom / Amanita Muscaria / Valerian / Kava / Ayahuasca / Peyote / Tobacoo / San Pedro / Coffee / Yopo / Chamomile / Iboga / Ololiouqui - Ipomea - Morning Glory / Hawaiian Baby / Kanna / Wild Dagga / Sacred Lotus / Cannabis / Sinicuichi / Datura / Belladonna
 
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Bons Plants

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Bons Plants

Binge Audio / Upian

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À la rencontre des acteur·trice·s de la conquête végétale de la ville, des professionnel·le·s et passionné·e·s. Disponible un mercredi sur deux avec sa newsletter, Bons plants est un podcast sur l'agriculture en ville animé par Thibaut Schepman et coproduit par Binge Audio et Upian. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
 
YOUR NUMBER ONE PODCAST ON ALL THINGS PLANTS! Nathan & Georgia bring to you the journey of the business, our ultimate tips for plant care and the successes/fails of plant parenting. We will be featuring exciting guest speakers and the plant doctor! Our goal one day to interview the world famous Sir David Attenborough... listen to this space.
 
In support of growing milkweed plants I am sharing the value that native milkweed has for monarch butterflies. Your host, Brad Grimm, created a website dedicated to education about milkweed. Visit GrowMilkweedPlants.com Get started taking action to find and grow milkweed. I'll warn you in advance, you may fall in love with this plant. The podcast dedicated to all things milkweed. Topics include Asclepias, Monarch butterflies, milkweed, gardening and pollinators.
 
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What are the best weight loss foods? Let me tell you right now, it’s not apple juice and olive oil!! In this episode we look at the 3 main elements in foods that influence a calorie deficit: Calorie density Satiety Fibre content Using these 3 categories you can make any meal awesome for weight loss or at least improve it, and rather than focus on e…
 
Today it’s just Kristel for our first solo episode. We see so many messages out there about weight loss and people setting a goal of wanting to lose weight because we live in a time when so many people struggle with weight gain or obesity, so we want to share some tips to help with weight loss and how being plant based can really help you to be at …
 
Hello, Sunshine! Welcome to this amazing plant based life! 🌱 ❤️ If you're looking for a natural way to prevent or even reverse a disease that's simple, enjoyable, and makes you feel amazing long term, you are in the right place! Around here we are all about healing your body so you can live your personal and professional dreams to the fullest! Whil…
 
If you thought you knew sweetshrub (Calycanthus floridanus), think again! Join botanist Katie Horton and me for a deep dive into the amazing and mysterious world of this ancient lineage. This episode was produced in part by Laura, Miz Holly, Christie, Carlos, Paleo Fern, Levi, Sylvia, Lanny, Ben, Lily, Craig, Sarah, Lor, Monika, Brandon, Jeremy, Su…
 
In Episode 11 of the Plants are People too Podcast we talk with Chris Schorn, Botanist and Senior Land Steward at Midcoast Conservancy in Maine. Chris discusses lichen species like Lobaria and Cladonia as well as a little on other Maine botanical subjects. In this podcast, Chris discusses a few of the unique Maine habitats, some special flora of th…
 
Have you ever wondered what it takes to start a landscape business of your own? In this episode, Karen Smith helps us understand how we can start a landscape business of our own, including setting up your business, branding and marketing, employing staff, and more. EPISODE LINKS Visit Hort Journal Australia: https://hortjournal.com.au/ Contact Hort…
 
Beetroot, spinach beets, Swiss chard, sugar beets, mangel wurzel and fodder beets are all the same species?! Which plant is the wild ancestor of this widely cultivated vegetable? What is mangel wurzel? Why should you consider growing and incorporating Beta vulgaris into your diet? Opening tune: Amaranthaceae by Carmen Porter (https://carmenporter.c…
 
The Plantrama team discuss a botanic term for plants that put leaves straight up out of the ground (no stems!), and answer a listener’s question about a Bromeliad that hasn’t made more blooms. Ellen and C.L. present a new segment: Plant Empowerment, which explains how to make a passion for plants into a profession. We start with custom container pl…
 
Today we’re going to follow up to last week’s episode and dig deeper into the emotional side of adolescent substance abuse. Sharing the personal experiences, we’ve had and how they have impacted our lives and the knowledge we’ve taken with us.InFlowRadio.com | Shannon Summers and Adrienne Kraig
 
What if you could have a garden that basically planted itself? The idea isn’t as far-fetched as you might think. Self-sowing plants are delightfully serendipitous plants that will happily disperse seed without any intervention from you. Yes, there are lots of plants out there that spread indiscriminately and obnoxiously--but those are not the ones …
 
An interview with Joey, of Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't. Joey has traveled the world studying Botany in the field. Many times while conducting his research, he simultaneously is creating top-quality (often hilarious) educational content - making learnig the subject of Botany fun. HIs content creating is not only one-of-a- kind,, but is advanced, t…
 
What do mugs have to do with this plant? Why should you not plant it in your garden? Will it give you nightmares or dreams?This week Cheralyn & Victoria explore Mostly About Mugwort. Hit the follow button and let us know which plants you would like us to chat about next! www.mostlyaboutplants.com To chat with us and learn more about botanical histo…
 
#RealisticRegenAg | Pre-Launch pricing until January 9, 2022 https://plantsdigsoil.thinkific.com/courses/cover-crops-prairies Profitable From the Start: Cover Crops for the Prairies Cover crops are a tool to be used on the farm. They are not the goal. At the end of this course you will have plan for when, and when not, to implement them. They will …
 
“When your body is fit and strong, your mind is fitter and stronger too.” - Nicole DeBoom Today’s episode dives into a topic that is so important for the New Year - mindset and attitude. We're treated to a conversation with long-time PLANTSTRONG ally, Nicole DeBoom. Like Rip, she’s a former top-level swimmer, turned professional triathlete, turned …
 
Resolutions fail and we stay in the same crap behaviour patterns because willpower is limited and motivation comes and goes like a fickle lover. Fortunately there’s a better way to set yourself up for success and gain momentum through gateway actions and tiny daily habits. In this episode I’m sharing my goals for 2022 and the 3 key things Im focusi…
 
It’s just us in this episode today and we are giving you the insights on the end of year and our new goals, habits, routines for this year, and then we’ll talk a little bit about detox and meditation. We like to evaluate our year at the end by going through the calendar, looking at the highlights of every month to see where we’re at and see how muc…
 
Did you know that it's actually normal for blood pressure to go DOWN as you age? Yes, you heard that right, and it's true! But sadly, that's not the case in the locations where the standard American diet is eaten. The SAD diet is linked with elevated blood pressure with aging! Scientific studies have shown time and again that living a whole food pl…
 
Eastern North America and eastern Asia share a surprising amount of plant lineages. Termed the "eastern Asian–eastern North American floristic disjunction," this phenomenon has fascinated botanists for centuries. Interestingly, eastern Asia usually boasts more representatives of these shared genera than North America and our guest today has spent s…
 
In Episode 10 of the Plants are People too Podcast we speak with Prairie Moon Nursery native seed and plant sales consultant, Rob Kretz. In this episode, Rob shares his knowledge about some methods of prairie/grassland restoration, direct sowing methods, sourcing native seeds from around the region, how to improve the wildlife value of your lawn, v…
 
Good horticulture and agriculture begins with the soil. So why did Jake Hamilton, a grain and legume farmer in QLD, spend untold amounts to level his land? In this episode, he answers this question and explains how we can start our own soil levelling journey using the right technology and equipment, and he also explains some of the tech and equipme…
 
The Plantrama team discusses the common belief that eggshells provide quick calcium for plants. Next we look at the myths, misunderstandings and misuse of moss, and end with a question about making a terrarium. :30 True or False: Eggshells are good calcium for gardens 4:45 Eat/Drink/Grow: Moss. 21:37 Love Letters and Questions: Ricci asks about ter…
 
“What you will gain is so much more than what you will give up.” - Dr. Dean Ornish Dean Ornish, M.D. is highly regarded as “The Father of Lifestyle Medicine,” which is the fastest-growing trend in medicine today, and today's discussion with Rip dives deep into the vast body of work and groundbreaking research that Dr. Ornish has conducted for decad…
 
Today, Adrienne and Shannon are joined by special guest, Richard Capriola. Richard has been a mental health and substance use counselor for over two decades. He recently retired from Menninger Clinic in Houston Texas, where for over a decade he treated adolescents and adults diagnosed with mental health and substance use disorders. Adolescent subst…
 
What nutritional benefits make amaranth a potential super food? Aside from striking beauty, why ought you consider growing Amaranthus spp in your garden? How is amaranth historically significant? What species of Amaranthus are most commonly grown and which for what purpose? In this episode I was joined in conversation by Dr. Rob Myers to disscuss a…
 
Today we have Kathy Freston, a New York Times bestselling author of multiple health and wellness books, notably The Lean, Quantum Wellness, and Clean Protein. Her advocacy for a more healthy, sustainable, and just food system is inspired by her concern for human health as well as animal and environmental welfare. Kathy appears frequently on nationa…
 
2021 was a pretty eventful year, and rather than just make a ton of goals and resolutions for 2022 I think it’s important to sit back and review what did and didn’t work and take the lessons forward! My biggest lessons in 2021 were: Own your struggle. Look back at how far you’ve come and create milestones. You need to be part of community. Pause do…
 
When you want to heal your body naturally, you need to flood it with the very best nutrients from the freshest, most nutrient dense whole plant foods possible. And when you can save lots of money and get a HUGE boost in the flavors of your foods at the same time...that's a BIG score!! 💥 Join us today as we discuss natural whole food plant-based liv…
 
What does it take to save a rare palm from extinction? You are about to find out! Listen in as we sit down with Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden's Conservation Program Manager, Jennifer Possley to learn about one of North America's rarest palms - Pseudophoenix sargentii. You will learn why conservation needs to be a long-term investment and how ev…
 
In Episode 9 we talk with @closetmedicine a Vermont based cannabis cultivator and seed collector about the differences between photoperiod vs. auto flowering cannabis and what makes sense for a first time grower. Also in this episode, does the current homegrower cannabis law in Vermont really make sense? Towards the end of the episode we touch on s…
 
The Australian 2019-20 bushfire season is still fresh in our memories, but many people aren't educated on how to plan for fire in their gardens. In this episode, Karen Smith interviews Lesley Corbett, author of the wonderful book Safer Gardens: Planning For Fire & Plant Flammability. Learn which plants are more flammable than which other plants, an…
 
What is the difference between 'smooth' and 'savoy' leaf spinach? What ought you consider when choosing which Spinacia oleracea cultivars to grow? In which growing conditions does spinach thrive? This episode explores some of the particularities of this popular member of the Amaranthacea family! Opening tune: Amaranthacea by Carmen Porter (https://…
 
Ellen and C.L. talk about eating chestnuts, the perennial plant that’s commonly called hellebores, and what it means when you are talking about pesticides. We end with a listener’s question about growing foxglove plants from seed. :34 What’s For Dinner: Chestnuts 6:31 Eat/Drink/Grow: Helleborus 17:50 Insider Information: Define “Pesticide” 21:38 Lo…
 
“There are two kinds of Cardiologists - those who are vegan and those who haven’t read the data.” - Dr. Kim Williams Such a bold statement from someone, who, since 2013 has been the Head of Cardiology at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, as well as the former president of the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Kim Williams does not mince …
 
Courage is much more than physical bravery. Join us when we delve into the different types of courage and boost our courage quotient. Do you want to be the hero of your own life or are you going to leave that role for someone else? Find out how to be your own superhero!InFlowRadio.com | Shannon Summers and Adrienne Kraig
 
Do you feel completely frustrated with your health? You find yourself feeling tired, struggling with low energy, brain fog, and you just don't feel good. Maybe you've even received a name.... a diagnosis for your symptoms. I know how overwhelming it can be, because I've been there too! Thankfully that's not my story anymore, and I don't want it to …
 
What is the compound in the oil of Nepeta cateria that makes it such an effective insect repellent? How were higher essential oil yielding catnip plants developed? What has the research concluded about the effectiveness and potential for this herb? How can you grow it at home for yourself, your pollinators and your feline friends to enjoy? I was jo…
 
Everyone struggles with comparison and not feeling good enough. It happens to EVERYONE and what matters most is what you DO with that. Are you letting comparison derail your progress because it feels way to far off to achieve your goals? Are you loathing the journey because you can see your own failings so clearly? There's a better way, and in this…
 
You may have heard about exploding fruit but what about exploding flowers? That is exactly what we are discussing in this episode. For Dr. Joan Edwards, there is no substitute for a walk in the woods, especially when we know so little about our botanical neighbors. This episode was produced in part by Christie, Carlos, Paleo Fern, Levi, Sylvia, Lan…
 
In Episode 8 we take a look at the most successful orchid ever(?) Epipactus helleborine. This species in non-native in New England but is by far likely the most common orchid observed in habitat. Also some research on the chemical constituents of this plant and it's creation of Oxycodone to increase likelihood of pollination success. Somehow this l…
 
The palm family (Aracaceae) consists of plants that we can easily recognise, with their tall stems and crown of fronds at the tip. But did you know there are branching palms, and some that even climb as a vine? Listen to this episode to take a closer look at these wonderful plants through a botanic lens. EPISODE LINKS Scott's Twitter: https://twitt…
 
We start out discussing what can be substituted for rice when you cook. Our main segment is about grafted plants, and we end with a discussion about vegetable seeds that you might want to start in the winter, and whether it’s worth it to save a poinsettia from year to year. :30 What’s For Dinner Alternatives to rice 9:58 Eat/Drink/Grow: Grafting an…
 
Join us as we talk about self-care, which has become a hot topic in recent years. What does self-care really mean? It’s not all about pampering yourself and taking spa days. It’s about taking care of yourself on many levels. Self-care is not selfish. It's what allows you to give more generously.InFlowRadio.com | Shannon Summers and Adrienne Kraig
 
You've been looking for a strategic plan to help you live your life to the fullest this year... And so today, I'm going solo and sharing what's on my heart with you! 💕 #girltime There are so many intentional women like us who just want a simple, straight-forward way to heal their body naturally so they can "just feel good!" I know exactly how that …
 
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