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Jul 27, 2018

Welcome back to another episode of the Future of Agriculture’s Follow Up Friday series - the segment when we follow up with listener-submitted questions and comments related to their favorite previous episodes of the show.

 

This week, Chad Ingels shares his favorite episode of the Future of Agriculture Podcast, why he was inspired by Stephen Ritz of Green Bronx Machine, and why he says it helped the audience have a better understanding of the potential of agriculture. He also shares why he enjoyed the Blockchain series and why he believes it has helped our audience better understand how this technology can impact the agriculture industry.

 

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