Podcast episode 9

The Grower Calling – the official podcast channel for The Grower is pleased to release its ninth-podcast episode with guest Sue-Ann Staff. Podcast host Amanda Brodhagen speaks with Sue-Anne to get a “Behind the Scenes” perspective based on our January cover story called “As the grape industry ages, future trends emerge.” This podcast series is proudly sponsored by “BASF Canada.”

 

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Thursday, December 21, 2017

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