As the calendar spins into 2017, we reflect that the 2016 harvest was one farmers will not soon forget. As spring gets closer, farmers need to consider ensuring they have the appropriate seed quality suitable for planting.
Shaun Haney talks to Holly Gelech, Biovsion Seed Labs about the quality of the 2016 harvest from a seed lab point of view. Which crop samples look poor, which ones okay and which diseases are the most prevalent. Spring is not too far away so lets dig deeper into seed quality.
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