RealAg Radio, Jan 18: Communicating Oat Prices, the Presence of Weeds, and Complicated Ag Science

Today’s show includes the latest news on Bayer-Monsanto, Case’s agronomic trends for 2017, as well as conversations about the future of the oat market in Chicago, the fascinating way in which crops and weeds communicate, and how the ag community can more effectively communicate the complicated science of growing food and fuel and everything else that comes from farms.

Co-hosted by Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner, guests include Lorne Boundy of Paterson Grain, Clarence Swanton of the University of Guelph and Kevin Folta of the University of Florida.

Enjoy!

 

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