The U.S. and Canada are reporting more instances of Fusarium head blight in the 2016 durum wheat crop than the prior year's harvest. Infected wheat will suffer severe quality discounts or even rejection by end users, causing farmers to lose money.
"If people are coming to work excited . . . if they're making mistakes freely and fearlessly . . . if they're having fun . . . if they're concentrating doing things, rather than preparing reports and going to meetings - then somewhere you have leaders."