Author: Vikram Baliga, PhDSubscribed: 2,171Played: 57,321
92. Parasitic Plants, Arabidopsis Slander, and the Roller Derby Cactus w/ Elizabeth Kelly
Plants in World Traditions- Staying Awake (Replay)
91. Black Apples, Rage Farming, and Weaponized Nonsense
90. January 2023 Q&A- Everything is Mustard
89. Learning how to be a human
Storytelling, Explaining the Universe, and Hanging Out with Oysters w/ Abby Morrison- Replay
88. Plants, Pangolins, and PhDs w/ Jack Baker
86. Deep Dive- Plant Hunters Across the Ages w/ Natalie Sabin
83. A Lifetime of Botany, Mimulus Drama, and the Power of Names w/ Dr. Naomi Fraga
In the Grow- Randomness and Squirrels
Influencing Conservation, Finding Balance, and the Connectedness of Everything w/ Dr. Becky Bowling- Replay
81. Evolutionary Biology, Plant Collections, and Moss that Matters w/ Dr. Matt Johnson
Let's Talk Plants: A Student Podcast- Ivan Rodriguez
80. Seedless Bananas, Growing Pumpkins, and Dustin the Plant Murderer- April 2022 Q&A
79. Tree Talk- Flowers and Fruits
I will listen to you whenever you feel like talking, whether it's gardening or life advice!! Thank you!!
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totally missing the ag and efficiency argument, no way is petrol based ag more efficent than human scaled. only if you look the other way on all the fossil fuel destruction and general bottom pinching and slavery that makes it "profitable". please interview a farmer.
LOVE this episode!!!
Wondering if you can set me straight on Seedless fruits & GMO. Do they go together? I was told never to eat seedless due to if being GMO. Then is either one, or both considered Organic? :) Thank you in advance! Ang
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I adore this podcast! It's evident the host truly loves what he does which makes for an enjoyable listen while learning about the fascinating world of horticulture.
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this episode was pretty much two guys talking about topics that they should talk about but never really delving into anything. there wasn't really a lot of substance just a lot of talking about topics. They did mention mesquite trees and then the subject changed pretty quickly something else and it kind of just went like that very casual and not really as educational or informative as I was hoping. but they did mention this was the first podcast and they would delve deeper later on. but I think I'm done you need to make a good first impression.
wow congrats dr (assuming you already defended by now)
Planthropology is one of the greatest podcasts out there right now, and just reached its 1 year anniversary. Dr. Baliga is a hell of a host, intelligent as hell but doesn't make you feel like the dumbest person in the room when you talk to him/listen to the show. It's a great podcast, with a thoroughly entertaining show that I have recommended numerous times, and will continue to do. Cheers mate 🥂, keep it up
Vikram is an absolute delight of a human being to listen to. Whether you like plants, have ever seen a plant, or are a plant, you’ll find this show fascinating!
Are you a plant-lover that wants to learn more about the plants in your life? Are you a plant-killer that wants to reform and learn how to not mass murder the plants you were supposed to be caring for? Are you just a person that likes to learn science stuff from people who know what they’re talking about? If you’re any of this stuff, or any kind of stuff, check out this podcast. It’s got all the finest juices the plant science world has to offer, squeezed straight from the mindgrapes of Vikram Baliga and his guests!