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Talking Biotech: Roundup Ready GMO crops made weed management ‘easy’—an agronomist’s view

, | May 15, 2018
Kevin Folta: University of Florida plant geneticist Kevin Folta launched Talking Biotech in 2015.    More details

The Extension arm of the Land Grant University system provides a link between university research and the farm. Extension specialists are professional liaisons that understand pressing issues, and seek remedies in the brain trust of the university. At the same time they communicate university-derived solutions to statewide clientele, providing a critical link that ensures relevance in research and rapid application of new findings. Chad Lee is an extension agronomist at the University of Kentucky. His central role is in agronomic crops, principally soybeans and corn. His career has coincided with the development and application of GE crops. In this week’s podcast he discusses the on-farm use of these technologies and associated products, and his objective evaluation of their strengths and limitations. Lee does an amazing job at debunking common myths from a boots-on-the-ground perspective.

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