‘When did agriculture become a dirty word?’

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“When did agriculture become a dirty word?” is the title of a recent Food Dialogue Event in Washington. CropLife America’s William Kuckuck talked about the event and how consumers’ perception of U.S. agriculture has changed in recent decades in this video interview. It was filmed following Kuckuck’s presentation during a panel discussion at the Southern Crop Production Association’s annual meeting in Charleston, S.C.

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