Join Sebastian Eugene Bartholomew, #Phytopoetry Expert, as he muses on mold, ponders plants, and bellows bug ballads. S.E. Bartholomew specializes in intellectual modesty and tact, using his vast store of knowledge to easily solve complex pest and plant issues. Make sure to subscribe here for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6YG... For real, nobody knows it all. But we can help each other out with everyday problems. That’s where University Extension comes in. Extension translates science and addresses pest management issues in fields, homes, gardens, and elsewhere.
Unlike S.E. Bartholomew, Extension is here to help. Extension resources include: •An Overview of Soybean Seedling Diseases from Crop Protection Network: https://cropprotectionnetwork.org/pub... •Fungicide Efficacy for Control of Soybean Seedling Diseases from Crop Protection Network: https://cropprotectionnetwork.org/pub... •Seed Decay and Seedling Blight in Corn from Crop Protection Network: https://cropprotectionnetwork.org/enc... Subscribe on YouTube or follow S.E. Bartholomew on Twitter and Instagram for more Phytopoetry! https://twitter.com/phytopoetry https://www.instagram.com/phytopoetry/
Videography by Brandon Kleinke. Sponsored, at least in part, by the United States Department of Agriculture – National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA-NIFA).
The following books may have been featured in this video: •Mathews, F. Schuyler. (1912). Field Book of American Wild Flowers. (Enlarged ed.). The Knickerbocker Press. •Horsfall, James G. (1945). Fungicides and their Action.Chronica Botanica Company. •Dietz, S. M. (1940). Laboratory and field problems in botany..I. Iowa State College. The following artwork was present in this video: “Breaking the Prairie Sod,” 1936-1937 by Grant Wood. Oil on canvas. Commissioned by Iowa State College as a joint project of the federal Works Projects Administration (WPA) and the National Youth Administration (NYA) and Iowa State College for the Iowa State Library. In the Art on Campus Collection, University Museums, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. U88.68abc “Library Boy,” 1944 by Christian Petersen. Bedford limestone. Commissioned by Iowa State College. In the Christian Petersen Art Collection, Art on Campus Collection, University Museums, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. Conserved with funds from Pilar Garcia. U88.67a “Transformation,” 2007 by Albert Paley. Formed and fabricated stainless steel. In the Art on Campus Collection, University Museums, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. The sculpture commission was funded by the Class of 1956, Iowa State University; Iowa Art in State buildings Project for Morrill Hall; University Museums, Iowa State University; Rebecca Klemm; Martha LeBuhn Allen; the National Endowment for the Arts, and Ruth and Clayton Swenson. U2007.70 Here are the eMuseums links for reference: Breaking the Prairie Sod: https://emuseum.its.iastate.edu/objec... Library Boy: https://emuseum.its.iastate.edu/objec... Transformation:https://emuseum.its.iastate.edu/objec... Sebastian Eugene Bartholomew is a work of fiction. These videos, along with any associated content, are for entertainment and/or educational purposes, as well as to promote University Extension. Check with your local Extension office for pest management reccomendations for your specific situation.
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