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Daily Radio Newsline
from 10/20/2014
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NRCS ROLE IN DIVERSIFIED WEED CONTROL EFFORT
What conservation measures can be applied in the battle against herbicide resistant weeds? (Rod Bain and Mark Rose of USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service) 
RBAIN 00:00:58 NRCS

CORN CROP HARVEST LAGS A BIT DUE TO RAIN
Rain takes a slight toll on field work activities for corn. (Susan Carter and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey) 
SCARTER 00:00:59 WAOB

ACTUALITY: SOYBEAN MATURITY AND HARVEST UPDATE
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, says the picture for soybean development and harvest progress is very similar to what's happening with corn. 
SCARTER 00:00:57 WAOB

ACTUALITY: COTTON HARVEST AND DEVELOPMENT REPORT
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, says almost all of the cotton bolls are open across the nation, with Texas coming along nicely. The figures he starts with are the percentages of cotton bolls now open. 
SCARTER 00:01:00 WAOB

ACTUALITY: WINTER WHEAT PLANTING ON PACE
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, says planting schedule for winter wheat is on track. 
SCARTER 00:00:57 WAOB

ACTUALITY: RICE HARVEST ALMOST COMPLETE
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, says despite the rain, the rice harvest is almost wrapped up. 
SCARTER 00:00:09 WAOB

KEEPING YOURSELF AND YOUR GAME SAFE DURING HUNTING HARVEST
Hunters, keep in mind some food safety tips when you are preparing that game animal as meat or transporting back home. (Rod Bain and Richard Kralj (pronounced "Crawl") of Penn State University Extension) 
RBAIN 00:00:59

FOOD SAFETY IN THE FIELD - PREPARING YOUR GAME
One of the best food safety tools to bring if you hunt and prepare game animals in the field is a drop cloth. (Rod Bain and Richard Kralj (pronounced "Crawl") of Penn State University Extension) 
RBAIN 00:00:59

WEATHER SHOULD COOPERATE FOR FIRST TWO WORLD SERIES GAMES
Weather has played a big role in how some World Series games have turned out, but will it be a big factor this week in Kansas City? (Gary Crawford and Brad Rippey) 
GCRAWFOR 00:01:00 WAOB

MOTHER NATURE AND THE WORLD SERIES
A meteorologist says weather and other acts of nature have played a big role in many past World Series games. ( Gary Crawford. Brad Rippey, USDA meteorologist and sports broadcasters, Harry Kalas, Al Michaels and Tim McCarver.) 
GCRAWFOR 00:00:59