RealAg Radio, September 5: Fall weed control, Monsanto’s perspective on dicamba drift, & wheat trade concerns

David Schemm, NAWG president

Since we missed ‘Agronomy Monday’ due to the Labour Day weekend, welcome to ‘Agronomy Tuesday,’ with co-hosts Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner. On today’s podcast:

  • Peter Johnson, RealAg agronomist, discusses impact of late rains on soybean and corn yield potential, as well as fall weed control and potash rec’s for winter wheat;
  • Ryan Rubischko, dicamba portfolio lead for Monsanto, shares the company’s perspective on the dicamba drift issues of 2017 and the future of the Xtend soybean weed control system;
  • Albert Tenuta, field crop pathologist with OMAFRA, on late season disease risk with corn behind normal in Ontario;
  • David Schemm, president of the U.S. National Association of Wheat Growers, on concerns about NAFTA negotiations, changes to Canada’s wheat grading system for U.S. wheat, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and wheat acres in the U.S.

Join us for RealAg Radio every weekday at 4pm eastern on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM!

 

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