Commodity Classic is the once-a-year, can’t-miss event for America’s soybean, corn, wheat and sorghum farmers. The event features the latest innovations in agriculture and the opportunity to hear game-changing ideas from the people who created them.
The crew from Ohio’s Country Journal and The Ohio Ag Net are in Nashville for this year’s Commodity Classic and this is a collection of audio from the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Music City.
Paul Rea is Vice President of U.S. Crop Protection for BASF talks with Dale about new chemistry’s role in weed resistance.
Thursday’s coverage of Classic was made possible by Seed Consultants Incorporated. SCI’s Mike Earley chatted with Dale about what this mild winter means to a farmer’s gameplan for this year. SCI Mike Early
Thomas Dorr, President and CEO of the U.S. Grains Council shared his views of the potential the Asian markets hold for the U.S. Ty Higgins has more.
The Ohio’s Country Journal’s Matt Reese talked Aquaculture with Roy Bardole from the U.S. Soybean Export Council.
Monsanto is on the looking for America’s Mom of the Year. Dale Minyo collected details from Jessica Simmons. Here are more details.
Michelle Vigna with Monsanto tells Dale about Xtend crops.
What does the pipeline for fungicide look like? Dale finds out with BASF’s Nick Fasler.
Wayne Shumacher talks about what DuPont has to offer from a fungicide standpoint.
DuPont’s Jeff Carpenter visits with Dale about the unusual upcoming spring season with aggressive weeds getting an early start.
What are producers asking for when it comes to new seed technology? Pioneer Hi-Bred’s Kyle Poling answers that question.