How to Access the All In For Citrus Podcast

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By Ruth Borger
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The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) and AgNet Media produce a monthly podcast called All In For Citrus. It features timely information useful to growers provided by UF/IFAS researchers and Extension agents.

The podcast started in September 2018 and has steadily grown an audience. Episodes run from 30 to 45 minutes and regularly feature Michael Rogers, director of the UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center (CREC), and two additional guests. The podcast is a great and easy way to keep up with the latest research and applied techniques.

There are multiple ways to listen to the current and past episodes. A new episode is normally released and published online the third week of the month. It appears on AgNet Media’s Citrus Industry website along with an archive of all the episodes. It is also available on the UF/IFAS CREC Facebook page.

The podcast can also be easily accessed on your mobile phone. Go to the play store or podcast icon on your phone. Type in Podbean and download that app to your phone. (All In For Citrus is published on the Podbean platform). Once the Podbean app is loaded, open the app and search for All In For Citrus podcast. It should pop right up. You can even follow the podcast.

You can also download the podcast to listen to it at any time or share it with others from the Podbean app. Here are some great, short video tutorials on how to play podcasts on your Android or iPhone: How to listen to a podcast on your Android and How to play podcasts on an iPhone.

Another option is to find the podcast using Google search by typing in All In For Citrus podcast. To get a specific episode, be sure to add the month and year in which you are interested.

So, to recap, listen to the All In For Citrus podcast on the web, through social media or on your phone. If you have topic ideas you would like to hear addressed in the podcast, please email to share your thoughts. We want to hear from you!

Ruth Borger is a communications specialist at the UF/IFAS CREC in Lake Alfred.