RealAg Radio, Feb 5: Clubroot, the kitchen sink, and overzealous population projections

It’s trade show season, and we have spent a great deal of time talking about the shows we’re covering, but one we haven’t talked much about on the show is our very own TechTour Live, and Lethbridge is already sold out! Take a gander and book your tickets to Brandon, MB; Saskatoon, SK; and Red Deer, AB today.

  • Do we really need to double food production by 2050? A challenge to production needs, and population projections with Penn State University’s Mitch Hunter.
  • ‘The kitchen sink approach’ – It’s tempting to throw everything at our crop in an attempt to give it the best possible chance, but today’s guest, University of Minnesota associate professor Seth Naeve, is skeptical.
  • Agronomic Panel – Gregory Sekulic, Terry Aberhart, and Kyle Hoyda (farmer’s edge) talk weed resistance, clubroot, and farm management decisions for 2018.

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

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Do we really need to double food production by 2050?
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