RealAg Radio, July 16: Slowing Chinese economy, new canola varieties, and changing crop conditions


Today’s show is a special one, coming at you from Ag in Motion, in Saskatchewan. After a discussion on Craven, and the “muddy mess” there, you’ll hear:

  • The top ag news, with RealAgriculture’s Jessika Guse;
  • Wade Stocker, canola seeds and traits marketing manager with BASF, on mini donuts, the 300 series Invigor canola hybrids, and InVigor RATE;
  • Ian Epp, agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada, on agronomic issues, MRLs, on-label product use, and assessing plants for clubroot; and
  • BASF technical specialists Allison Friesen and Russell Trischuk give a read on changing crop conditions.

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