Wheat All About It

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Sinopsis

Wheat All About It!! is a compilation of material that appears in the WGC section of Wheat Life and is intended for busy farmers, landlords and industry cooperators who dont always have the time to sit down and read the magazine. Download Wheat All About It!! and listen to it on your smartphone in your tractor, combine, car or that easy chair in your living room.

Episodios

  • Episode 173: More World Wheat O’Clock Report!

    Episode 173: More World Wheat O’Clock Report!

    14/04/2020 Duración: 21min

    4.14.20 Are you seeking a respite from the steady drumbeat of coronavirus coverage? Then it’s time to cue up the recurring Wheat All About It! feature entitled: More World Wheat O’Clock Report! in episode 173. A collection of news items that impacts the wheat industry, listeners will learn more about the narrowing of agriculture’s gender […]

  • Episode 172: The Why’s and Wherefore’s of Wheat Prices—WSU Economist Randy Fortenbery Sets the Scene, 2

    Episode 172: The Why’s and Wherefore’s of Wheat Prices—WSU Economist Randy Fortenbery Sets the Scene, 2

    07/04/2020 Duración: 26min

    4.7.20 Return to the second half of WSU Randy Fortenbery’s presentation before the Pacific Northwest Farm Forum in episode 172 entitled: “The Why’s and Wherefore’s of Wheat Prices—WSU Economist Randy Fortenbery Sets the Scene, 2”, as the economist focuses on wheat. Fortenbery spoke at Farm Forum February 5, 2020. The landscape has changed considerably since […]

  • Episode 171: The Why’s and Wherefore’s of Wheat Prices—WSU Economist Randy Fortenbery Sets the Scene

    Episode 171: The Why’s and Wherefore’s of Wheat Prices—WSU Economist Randy Fortenbery Sets the Scene

    31/03/2020 Duración: 27min

    3.31.20 Almost two months have elapsed since WSU economist Randy Fortenbery spoke about wheat market fundamentals at the Pacific Northwest Farm Forum on February 5, 2020, a period which has seen wrenching changes around the world due to the coronavirus. But by definition, fundamentals refer to core principals and don’t change a lot even during […]

  • Episode 170: Much Discovered, Much More to Learn: Four Voice From the Falling Number Summit

    Episode 170: Much Discovered, Much More to Learn: Four Voice From the Falling Number Summit

    24/03/2020 Duración: 29min

    3.24.20 The mystery behind the Late Maturity Alpha Amylase phenomenon continues to bedevil researchers, elevator companies and farmers, but even as much is left to learn, there is now much that is understood. Which is why episode 170 is entitled: Much Discovered, Much More to Learn: Four Voice From the Falling Number Summit. The four […]

  • Episode 169: Falling Numbers Summit Round 3: Some Answers, But a Whole Lot of Questions Too

    Episode 169: Falling Numbers Summit Round 3: Some Answers, But a Whole Lot of Questions Too

    16/03/2020 Duración: 26min

    3.17.20 Researchers at the Agricultural Research Service and Washington State University are applying themselves to finding solutions to both manifestations of low falling numbers, that is Late Maturity Alpha Amylase and Pre-harvest Sprout. In episode 169 entitled: “Falling Numbers Summit Round 3: Some Answers, But a Whole Lot of Questions Too”, listen in as ARS […]

  • Episode 168: The Angst of Ty Jessup, Marketing Manager for HighLine Grain

    Episode 168: The Angst of Ty Jessup, Marketing Manager for HighLine Grain

    10/03/2020 Duración: 26min

    3.10.20 Low falling number discounts caused by a cold shock in the spring don’t occur every year, but they occur more frequently in the region that comprises HighLine Grain’s draw area, which runs approximately from Spokane to Wenatchee, north of Interstate 90. Ty Jessup, the cooperative’s marketing manager has become an expert at loading trains […]

  • Episode 167: One Falling Numbers Punch in the Gut is Enough!

    Episode 167: One Falling Numbers Punch in the Gut is Enough!

    03/03/2020 Duración: 23min

    3.3.20 Alex McGregor is chairman of the McGregor Company, but he’s also an advocate for farmers and it was in that latter role he addressed the third Falling Number Summit held in Spokane Jan. 21 & 22. In episode 167 entitled: One Falling Numbers Punch in the Gut is Enough!, McGregor argues that a repeat […]

  • Episode 166: A Sunny Long Range Weather Forecast For Wheat Farmers. . .Until August

    Episode 166: A Sunny Long Range Weather Forecast For Wheat Farmers. . .Until August

    25/02/2020 Duración: 26min

    2.25.20 Long range weather meteorologist  Art Douglas delivered an almost ideal growing season forecast in his keynote address opening the Pacific Northwest Farm Forum February 4, 2020—except for the ending. Which is why episode 166 is entitled: “A Sunny Long Range Weather Forecast For Wheat Farmers. . . Until August”. Douglas has been serving up […]

  • Episode 165: Setting Standards, Breaking Barriers at Today’s WSCIA

    Episode 165: Setting Standards, Breaking Barriers at Today’s WSCIA

    18/02/2020 Duración: 28min

    2.18.20 A new generation of leadership is bubbling to the surface of Eastern Washington’s agricultural landscape, personified by Lauren Port, manager of the Washington State Crop Improvement Association. In episode 165 entitled: “Setting Standards, Breaking Barriers at Today’s WSCIA”, listen in as Port describes her path from growing up on the West side of the […]

  • Episode 164: The Episodes About the Biggest Threat to PNW Production Agriculture 2

    Episode 164: The Episodes About the Biggest Threat to PNW Production Agriculture 2

    11/02/2020 Duración: 28min

    2.11.20 Wheat farmers in the Pacific Northwest are no strangers to advice from university weed scientists to rotate their modes of action, referring to the different groups of chemicals that kill weeds. But what if your neighbors don’t rotate their modes of action? In episode 164, the second part of: The Episodes about the Biggest […]