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Chris Russell explores the critical issues affecting the next 50 years in Australian agriculture. In each episode Agricultural Scientist Chris speaks with the key intellects, custodians or ‘Agriminds’ tasked with securing the future of our food and fibre production in Australia and discusses how Australian agricultural issues can also have a larger worldwide impact.
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4.5 stars from 19 ratings
A great podcast. In an age of heated arguments, Chris calmly presents both sides of the hot button topics in agriculture today. Even the intro music calms the mind before the discussion starts. Chris asks all of the relevant questions to qualified people and gives them time to give a full answer....Read full review »
Te Maru via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/03/21
For the uninformed (me), this podcast is outstanding and thought provoking, well done.
KimABCDE via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/28/18
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