RealAg Radio, Dec 1: Heated Canola, TB Compensation, CRISPR & Pulse Crop Hype in Montana


The federal and Alberta governments are offering $16.7 million in TB quarantine compensation, a Bayer executive is talking about selling some canola business, pulse acres in Montana are climbing quickly…there’s lots of ground to cover on today’s edition of RealAg Radio.

Back from the Montana Grain Growers’ meeting in Great Falls, we hear Shaun’s conversations with Dr. Hikmet Baduk on CRISPR technology in wheat and barley, Russell Nemetz of the Northern Ag Network, and Brian Gion of the Northern Pulse Growers Association.

And as usual for a Thursday, we wrap up with this week’s Wheat Pete’s Word, including discussion about maturity selection for next year and vomitoxin issues in corn.

Tune in each weekday to SiriusXM’s Rural Radio Channel 147 at 4 p.m. (eastern) to hear the day’s show! Feel free to share your feedback on Twitter (@realagriculture)!


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