Filter The Kool-Aid Before You Drink It!

Frankly, today’s agricultural world is teeming with misinformation, half-truths, pseudo-data, bogus ideas, and sincere but incompetent researchers. Distinguishing fact from fiction can be difficult when evaluating claims for crop inputs. This YouTube presentation discusses concepts related to becoming a critical thinker and a healthy skeptic when it comes to making important agronomic decisions. It will help you learn how to distinguish between factual agronomic information and crap-tual agronomic information.


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