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This Week in Agribusiness, July 29, 2023

Kansas wheat harvest, market update, weed eradication and more featured this week.

July 29, 2023

46 Min View

Mike Pearson talks with Aaron Harries, V.P. Research & Operations - Kansas Wheat about the challenges that have come during wheat harvest with latest rains.

Dale Durchholz, Grain Cycles, joins Mike to discuss the markets. Dale gives an update on the latest global grain trade, soybeans, cattle and more.

This week in Colby Ag Tech, Chad Colby is joined by Michael Mussleman, New Fields Ag to showcase new technology that can scan a sample from the field and get real time data back in the field. The LeafTechAg scanner will be showcased at the upcoming Farm Progress Show as well.

This week in the Ag States of America, host Charlie Behrens explores agriculture in North Dakota. North Dakota is known as the breadbasket of the world. Mike talks more about the sunflower production from the state.

Max talks with Brady Spangenberg, Marketing, U.S. Ag Solutions – BASF this week in the Plan Smart, Grow Smart series. Brady details weed eradication and how farmers can fight resistance. Rotation and chemistry changes are the best ways for farmers to control weeds and manage resistance.

Greg Soulje joins Max and gives his weather forecast for the week ahead and what to expect in the upcoming forecast.

Max’s Tractor Shed spotlights a restored 1972 IH 1468 by Fred Becker and Ben Stirrett, Tower Hill, Illinois.

Mark Stock shares this week’s report from BigIron Auctions.

This week the FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Owen Neely, Missouri State FFA 1st Vice President.

Max talks with Paul Scheetz, Director, Climate Smart Ag Origination – ADM about their regeneration program.

This Week in Agribusiness features market news, ag technology, weather and farm management and equipment information and opinions. This leading ag news program airs weekly on RFD-TV, and can be found each week on FarmProgress.com.

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