RealAg Radio, Sept 17: Snow, green beans, dead weeds, and putting planning on the calendar

Photo: Debra Murphy, 2018

While it’s not every Monday that Lyndsey Smith gets to host the show, when she does she very nearly ruins things (sorry, Shaun). After a little mix-up just ahead of air-time (in which Lyndsey aged 10 years), this Agronomic Monday show rolls out in fine form, featuring:

  • Ken Currah, with BASF, talking bad weeds and pre- and post-harvest weed control
  • Dennis Lange, pulse specialist for Manitoba Agriculture, talking green (soy)beans
  • Trade development minister Jim Carr, talking CPTPP and CETA both; and,
  • Jenn Doelman talking time management, grain marketing, and planning to plan (if that makes sense)

As always, news lead Jessika Guse fills us in on the latest Canadian ag news, too. Enjoy!

RealAg Radio airs every weekday at 4:30 p.m. ET (2:30 p.m. MT) on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM!  

 

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