African Swine Fever Spreads in Methodical Ways: Gro Intelligence CEO

African Swine Fever Spreads in Methodical Ways: Gro Intelligence CEO

Sara Menker, chief executive officer and founder of Gro Intelligence, discusses the African Swine Fever epidemic, the level of preparedness for these types of disruptions and the role climate change plays on agriculture.
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