Agronomy Geeks, Ep 20 — Gregory Sekuliç

I have written the introduction for this Agronomy Geeks episode three or four times, never quite being able to capture the right sense of what I’m trying to say.

In case you missed the news, agronomist and adventurer Gregory Sekuliç has left his nearly decade-long post with the Canola Council of Canada and headed south — very south.

For those who know Gregory, the advent of picking up and travelling isn’t at all out of character, but it turns out he didn’t tell many people he was headed to Australia until he was on a plane, actually headed to Australia.

A portrait of a man in front of a portrait of that man, featuring Table. Photo credit: G. J. Sekulic

And that, is perhaps something you need to know about Gregory. He loves the outdoors (like, actual cold and snow), traveling the world, history (especially military history), taking amazing photographs, drinking quality beer, wine, and spirits, and he hates, hates, hates birds.

He also loves science, nature, and generally Knowing Many Things. He’s an introvert with a biting sense of humour and a real talent with the written word, often marrying the two.

From loving on pollinators, to the Arena of Death, and on to long-term field trials, to formica tables, self portraits, and bringing bears to Oz, please enjoy this Agronomy Geeks with Gregory Sekulic.

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