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The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods
Using the turfgrass growth ratio to adjust for site-specific conditions with Jason Haines

The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 62:52


Watch this episode at https://youtu.be/la1ulEIgVT0Jason Haines is the golf course superintendent at Sunshine Coast Golf and CC in British Columbia, Canada. We discussed this post from the ATC website: https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/clipping-volume-growth-ratio/Jason's blog: https://fusariummy.blogspot.com/The turfgrass speedo (or growth ratio): https://fusariummy.blogspot.com/2018/12/turfgrass-speedo.htmlProductivity files (spreadsheets): https://fusariummy.blogspot.com/p/jason-productivity-files.htmlShort Grammar of Greenkeeping book: https://leanpub.com/short_grammar_of_greenkeepingDissolving urea: https://youtube.com/shorts/oXETrSSDdS8?feature=share1 g N dissolves in less than a minute: https://youtube.com/shorts/5wM8ZD_iZQw?feature=shareA hypothesis about the most sustainable grass: https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/a-hypothesis-about-the-most-sustainable-grass/It is easy to know when the grass grows too slow: https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/dangerous-grow-too-slow/Read more about all kinds of turfgrass topics at https://www.asianturfgrass.com/Find turfgrass information and decision-making tools at https://www.paceturf.org/See the PACE Turf YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/paceturfSee the ATC newsletters at https://subscribepage.com/atc_newslettersListen to the ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods podcast at https://atc-doublecut.transistor.fm/Listen to the ATC Office Hours podcast at https://atc-office-hours.transistor.fm/

RealAgriculture's Podcasts
The Agronomists, Ep 84: Derek Flad and Johanna Lindeboom on fertilizer BMPs

RealAgriculture's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 63:47


Using best management practices (BMPs) with fertilizer management is all about making sure the nutrient is available to the plant while minimizing movement out or off the field, via air, water, or soil movement. To tackle what a fall-focused BMP might look like for phosphorus and nitrogen, host of The Agronomists, Lyndsey Smith, is joined... Read More

The Dirt: an eKonomics podKast
The Role of Molybdenum in Plants with Dr. Vaughn Reed

The Dirt: an eKonomics podKast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 16:07


Today's episode of The Dirt looks at molybdenum as an essential nutrient for plant production. Dr. Vaughn Reed from Mississippi State University joins Mike Howell to discuss the role of molybdenum in plants, the importance of pH, how to spot deficiencies and more.   To learn more about essential nutrients such as iron and discover the latest crop nutrition research, visit nutrien-eKonomics.com

The Power Hungry Podcast
Chris Lawson: Head of Fertilizers at CRU Group

The Power Hungry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 60:04 Transcription Available


Chris Lawson is head of fertilizers at CRU Group, a London-based consulting firm. In this episode, Chris discusses the collapse of Europe's fertilizer sector due to high natural gas prices, why Russia continues to play a key role in the global fertilizer market, China's restrictions on exports, and how today's fertilizer challenges will impact future food prices and availability. (Recorded September 22, 2022).

Earth Wise
A Miracle Tree | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 2:00


The world needs to be fed without destroying the environment.   We need to grow more trees to store more carbon on earth and reduce the amount in the atmosphere.  But meanwhile, we decimate rainforests to produce palm oil and grow soybeans. A startup company in California called Terviva thinks they have a solution.  It's called […]

The Houseplant Coach
Episode 178 - Sulfur!

The Houseplant Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 44:55


Sulfur is considered the 4th (or 5th, if you count calcium) plant “macronutrient.” Learn more about its role within plants, what deficiencies look like, and sulfur mobility within the soil in this episode.

BIBLE PROPHECY RADIO
EPISODE 276 FOOD CRISIS AND SUPPLY SHORTAGES PREDICTED IN THE BIBLE? WHY WILL THE SUN BE DARKENED AND THE MOON WILL NOT GIVE ITS LIGHT? REVELATION 6--MATTHEW 24--ISAIAH 34--EZEKIEL 22 AND FAMINE?

BIBLE PROPHECY RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 31:55


In 'EPISODE 276 FOOD CRISIS AND SUPPLY SHORTAGES PREDICTED IN THE BIBLE? WHY WILL THE SUN BE DARKENED AND THE MOON WILL NOT GIVE ITS LIGHT? REVELATION 6--MATTHEW 24--ISAIAH 34--EZEKIEL 22 AND FAMINE?', author and host Elbert Hardy shows how the Bible talks about famine, food shortages and supply chain disruptions affecting the entire world. Farmers can't buy fertilizer. Shipments are not arriving. Nations are in revolt over economics and all the rest. So what can we do about it? Grow something, for starters!

The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods
Why soil samples should be air dried before sending to the lab

The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 36:26


I discussed this post: https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/reminder-to-air-dry-soil-samples/Subscribe to the ATC soil testing newsletter at https://subscribepage.com/soilSee the ATC newsletters at https://subscribepage.com/atc_newslettersRead more about all kinds of turfgrass topics at https://www.asianturfgrass.com/Find turfgrass information and decision-making tools at https://www.paceturf.org/See the PACE Turf YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/paceturfListen to the ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods podcast at https://atc-doublecut.transistor.fm/Listen to the ATC Office Hours podcast at https://atc-office-hours.transistor.fm/

One Radio Network
09.23.22 Bentley

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 75:41


Call with Russell Bentley live from Donetsk, which was formerly in Ukraine and then voted to be a republic in 2014. Donetsk and Luhansk having referendums this week about joining with Russia. Are there Chinese or N. Korean troops in Ukraine? Russell says no, and whatever mainstream media tells you, you can assume the opposite. Corporations are profiting from the 10 time increase in LNG gas prices while the poor consumer suffers. European court tells Russia in 2020 that they must sell LNG at capped rates. No legal basis for the decision. Deprived Russia of their just profits. Donetsk occupied by German Nazis in 1941. Many Ukrainians became collaborators. Germans called them Schweinhund – pig dogs. Ukrainian Nazis went underground after Russia won in WWII. Supported by west with a propaganda operation. Operation Gladio. Putin will not lose this war. Has been careful to minimize damage and civilian and troop loss. This Is a war of NATO and the west against Russia. Is a war for the future of humanity. They want famine, depopulation and destruction. Why is the west blocking mainstream Russian media channels, like RT? People are being lied to by their government and mainstream media. What don't they want us to hear? The Moon of Alabama is a truthful site. Also, The GrayZone, Max Blumenthal. The Saker, Vk on Facebook, the Duran, Alex Mercouris. Beware of Gonzalo Lira, NPR. Putin has done a limited conscription of 300,000 men. Calling up reserves with experience and special skills. Russians understand whoever defends Donbas defends Russia. Russia initially came in and thought they could do a gentle invasion. An error of being too honorable and too compassionate. Up against head-chopping, cannibal Nazi Ukrainians. Chrystia Freeland is deputy prime minister of Canada and minister of finance. Her father was a Nazi collaborator. If Putin pushed up against the wall, he will use nuclear armaments. He says a world without Russia is not worth living in. Davos crowd, WEF - they want to be like God, to be God, and that's who we're fighting against. WEF transhumanist Yuval Harari thinks humans don't have souls. Russia allows media that is anti-Russian and promotes the Ukrainian side. A trust that Russians can detect BS and know that reports of Russia bombing Donbass are false. Support for Putin is around 80%. Profits from LNG priced 10 times higher now is supporting the ruble, the best performing currency in the world. Russia didn't have the political and economic power in 2014 to fight the Ukrainian coup d'état. Higher profits from selling energy now. China, Brazil, India, South Africa now in alliance with Russia. 75% of the nations in the world support Russia. Production of agricultural fertilizer is a major industry. Fertilizer producers shut down because they couldn't pay energy prices to make it. Farmers didn't have fertilizer this year. Russia offered to give free fertilizer to poor countries of the world. Coming food crisis. Nordstream 1 pipeline supplies 40% of all LNG to Europe. Nordstream 2 would double capacity at reasonable prices. Pipelines shut down, energy market now completely destabilized. People that own the US wanted to destroy Europe as an economic competitor, return them to the Middle Ages. US will be next. You'll own nothing, but you're not going to be happy. German journalist Alina Lipp who reported from Ukraine was threatened. Germany took her assets, jailed her. Then went after her mother. Still food in Donetsk grocery stores, but prices have escalated. GMO foods not allowed. Russian rubles, Euro, US dollars used as currency.

Line on Agriculture
Manure to Fertilizer

Line on Agriculture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022


University of Idaho researchers are pioneering technologies that have potential to turn a liability for dairymen – animal waste – into revenue-generating products.  

Financial Sense(R) Newshour
Fertilizer Markets in Slow Moving Disaster, Says Bloomberg's Alexis Maxwell (Preview)

Financial Sense(R) Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 1:01


Sep 21 – FS Insider speaks with Alexis Maxwell, Research Director at Bloomberg's Green Markets. Alexis says fertilizer prices have come down from their all-time high earlier this year but are still four times higher than where they were in 2020, which means...

RealAgriculture's Podcasts
Ontario Diagnostic Day 3: Avoiding fertilizer burn and helping waterlogged plants stay afloat

RealAgriculture's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 28:18


It's time for Day 3 of Ontario Diagnostic Days! The annual Ontario crop diagnostic days were back in the field on July 20 and 21, 2022, but only at Ridgetown campus University of Guelph. Not everyone could attend these two field days, so the organizing committees of these highly successful in-field education and learning events are... Read More

Ship Hits The Fan
Even Fertilizer Explosions Are Bigger in Texas - Ship Hits the Fan Podcast

Ship Hits The Fan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 45:18


April 16, 1947 - A cargo ship filled with fertilizer prepares to leave the Texas coast en route to Europe, to help with the rebuilding effort after World War II. But before the ship leaves port, a small fire is spotted on board. What followed would be the deadliest industrial accident in American history. Go to http://meundies.com/SHIPHITSFAN to get 20% off your first order and free shipping. Listen to 30 Morbid Minutes wherever you get your podcasts! Follow us on social: https://twitter.com/mc_lotta https://twitter.com/handsomemaster2 https://twitter.com/briangaar Are you a FIRST Member and need your Private RSS feed for this show? Go here: bit.ly/FIRSTRSS

The Agribusiness Update
Biochar Tools in California and Gas Prices Drop Again

The Agribusiness Update

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022


Researchers in California are working to bring biochar nutrients to help growers, and gas prices, including diesel, have dropped for the 13th straight week.

Adams on Agriculture
Best Practices for Fall Fertilizer Application

Adams on Agriculture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 1:58


A successful fall fertility plan can help balance spring workloads and ensure crops have the nutrients they need for a strong start. Mark Herz, technical product specialist at CHS, offers tips for managing postharvest crop nutrient applications.

RealAgriculture's Podcasts
RealAg Radio, September 20: DEKALB varieties, fertilizer emission reductions, climate conference

RealAgriculture's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 53:02


Thanks for tuning in to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s show you’ll hear: Mary Robinson, President of Canadian Federation of Agriculture, on a number of different issues from the fertilizer emissions reduction to the upcoming COP27 climate conference; A product spotlight interview with Tim Gardner, market development agronomist with Bayer on DEKALB... Read More

RealAg Radio
RealAg Radio, September 20: DEKALB varieties, fertilizer emission reductions, climate conference

RealAg Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 53:02


Thanks for tuning in to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s show you’ll hear: Mary Robinson, President of Canadian Federation of Agriculture, on a number of different issues from the fertilizer emissions reduction to the upcoming COP27 climate conference; A product spotlight interview with Tim Gardner, market development agronomist with Bayer on DEKALB... Read More

The Dirt: an eKonomics podKast
The Role of Iron in plants with Dr. Brian Arnall

The Dirt: an eKonomics podKast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 21:54


This episode of The Dirt continues our series on essential nutrients for plant growth. Dr. Brian Arnall from Oklahoma State University joins Mike Howell to dig into the role of iron in plants, how to spot deficiencies, common fertilizer sources and more.   To learn more about essential nutrients such as iron and discover the latest crop nutrition research, visit nutrien-eKonomics.com

American Ag Network
Best Practices for Fall Fertilizer Application

American Ag Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 1:58


A successful fall fertility plan can help balance spring workloads and ensure crops have the nutrients they need for a strong start. Mark Herz, technical product specialist at CHS, offers tips for managing postharvest crop nutrient applications.

Anti-Neocon Report
Fauci, Farming costs, fertilizer crisis, Germany-suicidal, Ukraine battle developments

Anti-Neocon Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 111:14


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Anti-Neocon Report
Fauci, Farming costs, fertilizer crisis, Germany-suicidal, Ukraine battle developments

Anti-Neocon Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 111:14


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American Thought Leaders
‘Setting the Table for Famine'—Michael Yon on the Energy Crisis, Food Shortages, Price Inflation, and the Human ‘South-Stream Pipeline' to the US

American Thought Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 52:50


"They've surrendered their sovereignty to the people in Brussels, and the people in Brussels are leading us into a global catastrophe,” says war correspondent Michael Yon. Yon has been traveling throughout Europe, investigating and reporting on an alarming pattern of events. According to Yon, the farming crisis in the Netherlands is a microcosm of a post-pandemic world, from Europe to Asia to the Americas, in which draconian government policies have resulted in food shortages, an energy crisis, massive price inflation, and war. “The pipeline is now draining out. Fertilizer is not being produced. As you know, China and other countries like India, Malaysia, Indonesia are hoarding food,” says Yon. “Putin had threatened that he would shut off Nord Stream 1 and put it down to zero. And sure enough, he shut it off.” The ability to move around faster than ever enables people to travel long distances in a short amount of time, adding to an unprecedented wave of mass migration from Central America to the United States, with millions of people from far-flung countries ending up at America's doorstep, Yon argues. The coming famine will exacerbate this crisis, Yon says. “The next thing you know, this permanently changes the demographics of countries,” explains Yon. “These famines that are clearly building are biblical. At this rate, the Bible is going to need a new chapter.” Follow EpochTV on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTVus Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/EpochTV Truth Social: https://truthsocial.com/@EpochTV Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus Gab: https://gab.com/EpochTV Telegram: https://t.me/EpochTV

The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods
Turfgrass in Iceland, frost, 24 hours of golf, and #MLSN with Bjarni Hannesson

The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 57:55


Bjarni joined me to discuss this post: https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/turfgrass-notes-iceland/See a photo gallery of turfgrass on golf courses in Iceland at https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/turfgrass-in-iceland/Follow Bjarni on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BHannessonFind out more about the WinterTurf project at https://winterturf.umn.edu/Watch this episode on YouTube at https://youtu.be/QbDxAC4awH4Read more about all kinds of turfgrass topics at https://www.asianturfgrass.com/Find turfgrass information and decision-making tools at https://www.paceturf.org/See the PACE Turf YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/paceturfSee the ATC newsletters at https://subscribepage.com/atc_newslettersListen to the ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods podcast at https://atc-doublecut.transistor.fm/Listen to the ATC Office Hours podcast at https://atc-office-hours.transistor.fm/

Partners
Mum Mania

Partners

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 20:53


Some Illinois farmers grow mums and know how you can keep them looking great now and maybe have them return for an encore performance next year too. Jenny Matheny, who farms with her family in Fayette County, and Carl Smits, who farms with his family in Cook County, provide all the mumbo-jumbo and more on Illinois-grown mums.

Brownfield Ag News
How and where does a crop get its nutrients?

Brownfield Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 3:58


Fertilizer management starts with understanding where and how a crop gets the nutrients it needs to thrive. This week, Precision Planting R&D Agronomist cory Muhlbauer outlines nutrients plants get from the soil and when fertilizer can be used to help fill the gaps.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Dynamic Growth
Fertilizer Shortage & Dutch Farmers' Protest

Dynamic Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 54:28


In a global effort to curb greenhouse gas emissions, many countries have adopted energy policies against domestic self-interest. In Europe, the price of natural gas has gotten so expensive that fertilizer producers are not able to operate profitably, threatening the global food supply. In a related story, Netherlands farmers are mandated to cut down on fertilizer usage. These farmers have been protesting for a while and it has largely been ignored and under-reported by news outlets. We then close by discussing some recent crypto news involving the creator of Terra Luna and his possible legal troubles.    We hope you enjoy the episode!

420 Day Fiance
Yammy Fertilizer PowerBike

420 Day Fiance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 69:49


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Adams on Agriculture
AOA - September 16th, 2022

Adams on Agriculture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 52:55


Friday's AOA began with Kam Quarles, CEO of the National Potato Council, discussing the state of potato harvest and looked ahead to the needs of Specialty Crop producers in the '23 Farm Bill. Naomi Blohm, of Total Farm Marketing joined the show in segment 2 with a look at the strength in the dairy market. Josh Linville, VP of Fertilizer for StoneX provided an update on European nitrogen production and his expectations for fert demand in the '23 crop year. The show closed with John Johnson, Project Coordinator at Farmers for Soil Health, on how that organization will use it's $95M USDA Climate Smart Ag grant

The StoryChanger
15. A Love Fertilizer (Luke 7:36–50)

The StoryChanger

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 4:39


This is a series of prayerful meditations based upon the daily devotionals in the new StoryChanger book Luke: Stories of Mission and Mercy.Read the devotional and then move the words deeper into your heart by joining me in this worshipful meditation on the content.New Book: Luke: Stories of Mission and Mercy by David MurrayThe StoryChanger book: The StoryChanger: How God Rewrites Our Story By Inviting Us Into His by David Murray.

Little News Ears - Cuddly News
News for Kids at LNE.news - Dragon Ranger Owl - S2E1 - What is Peecycling?

Little News Ears - Cuddly News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 14:12


It's September 15, 2022. America's favorite rhino/tiger-rabbit dad, half vampire girl are back with some news for kids! Jasper, Jarvis, and Clementine learn about the popularity and dangers of pickle ball, people who recycle their urine, an engineer at Amazon who wants people to bring dead people's voices to Alexa, studies on whether one's sense of smell helps you choose friends, and a study about music lessening pain.  

Little News Ears
News for Kids at LNE.news - Dragon Ranger Owl - S2E1 - What is Peecycling?

Little News Ears

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 14:12


It's September 15, 2022. America's favorite rhino/tiger-rabbit dad, half vampire girl are back with some news for kids! Jasper, Jarvis, and Clementine learn about the popularity and dangers of pickle ball, people who recycle their urine, an engineer at Amazon who wants people to bring dead people's voices to Alexa, studies on whether one's sense of smell helps you choose friends, and a study about music lessening pain.  

FMH InsureCast
Fertilizer Market Concerns and Margin Protection with Guest Josh Linville

FMH InsureCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 22:14


Josh Linville with Stone X shares insight into what is happening with fertilizer markets and what farmers should consider while making decisions before harvest. Ryan Benes and Ken Ripley discuss how Margin Protection could help protect against the volatility these input costs are experiencing.

Off-Farm Income
OFI 1490: Value Added Manure | Ramona & Chris Long | Rabbit Tea Fertilizer | Innovation In Agriculture | Re-Cap Episode

Off-Farm Income

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 66:51


On today's episode we are revisiting a very early episode I did featuring Chris and Ramona Long.  They were raising rabbits and then creating "rabbit tea fertilizer" with the manure that was for sale.  I loved the concept that they had, and how they were using the waste as a value added product. This interview is a perfect tie in for tomorrow' ag business episode, and I am looking forward to bringing it back to you right now. More Places You Can Listen to Off-Farm Income And Matt Brechwald:  

Farm and Ranch Report
Farmers Best Suited for Renewable Fertilizer

Farm and Ranch Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022


Nitricity CEO Nico Pinkowski says farmers who utilize nitrates are a good fit for their new approach to fertilizer.

The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods
Grass color, consistency, and the oldest course in Thailand with Joe Gulotti

The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 36:00


Joe Gulotti joined me to discuss this post: https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/turf-consistency-color/Find Joe's "The Talking Greenkeeper" podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-talking-greenkeeper/id1435947281Follow Joe on Twitter at https://twitter.com/hardg43Watch this episode on YouTube at https://youtu.be/_ZXMdffdBaIRead more about all kinds of turfgrass topics at https://www.asianturfgrass.com/Find turfgrass information and decision-making tools at https://www.paceturf.org/See the PACE Turf YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/paceturfSee the ATC newsletters at https://subscribepage.com/atc_newslettersListen to the ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods podcast at https://atc-doublecut.transistor.fm/Listen to the ATC Office Hours podcast at https://atc-office-hours.transistor.fm/

The Dirt: an eKonomics podKast
Expert advice about fall application with Dr. Alan Blaylock

The Dirt: an eKonomics podKast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 21:31


With harvest underway, it's time to start thinking about fall application. Nutrien Senior Agronomist Dr. Alan Blaylock joins Mike Howell on this episode of The Dirt to discuss the benefits, rate, timing and sources of nitrogen application in the fall.   To learn more about essential nutrients such as nitrogen and discover the latest crop nutrition research, visit nutrien-eKonomics.com.

Inside Agriculture Podcasts
09-13-22 - USDA Forecasts US Corn, Soybean, and Cotton Production Down from 2021. The Fertilizer Institute urges Congress Act to Avoid a Freight Rail Shutdown. USDA Officials Visit with National Farmers Union Members.

Inside Agriculture Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 2:59


Growing Harvest Ag Network
Mid-morning Ag News, September 13, 2022: Ag retailers talk fertilizer prices and supplies

Growing Harvest Ag Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 2:32


2022 has been a challenge for ag retailers and their customers due to supply shortages and high prices. Crop Life magazine says global uncertainty has affected key fertilizer sources like Russia, China, and Ukraine, adding even more stress to the marketplace last spring.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Climate crisis hits German farming

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:10


German farmers are struggling due to droughts and dryness. Heat waves and intense sunlight cause crops to grow quickly, but the edible grains are underdeveloped because of lacking water. The climate crisis is now reality in many regions.

Farm and Ranch Report
The Hub for Fertilizer Innovation

Farm and Ranch Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022


The International Fertilizer Development Center in Muscle Shoals, Alabama has a rich history of fertilizer innovation.

The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods
Mowing stripes on tea, 18 turfgrass videos about greenkeeping in Japan, plus best lift access snow

The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 34:53


Mowing patterns in tea fields: https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/stripes-after-mowing-not-just-grass/ 18 videos from a 2 week turfgrass tour in Japan: https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/two-week-turfgrass-tour-in-japan/ WinterTurf project and duration of snow cover in Hokkaido: https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/duration-of-snow-cover-in-hokkaido/ Watch this episode at: https://youtu.be/VPn2fbQj5ZARead more about all kinds of turfgrass topics at https://www.asianturfgrass.com/ Find turfgrass information and decision-making tools at https://www.paceturf.org/ See the PACE Turf YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/paceturf See the ATC newsletters at https://subscribepage.com/atc_newsletters 

RealAgriculture's Podcasts
Global nitrogen shortage and higher fertilizer prices may reshuffle crop mix across the globe

RealAgriculture's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 6:49


Nitrogen has been a hot topic, not only in Canada when it comes to emissions reductions, but worldwide as Europe faces steep increases on natural gas prices, which may have crop rotations shifting in the coming years for those producers, creating a domino effect for North American growers. In Europe, they’ve see a 3600 per... Read More

Barron's Streetwise
The Scoop on Fertilizer Stocks. Plus, Apple's Big Watch.

Barron's Streetwise

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 27:38 Very Popular


The U.S. is cashing in on urea. How long will it last? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

RealAgriculture's Podcasts
RealAg Radio, September 9: Doubling down on communication, Bank of Canada fallout, and fertilizer emissions

RealAgriculture's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 55:00


Thanks for tuning in to RealAg Radio. On today’s show, host Shaun Haney is joined by Lyndsey Smith, Kelvin Heppner and Meagan Murdoch with H + K Strategies for the RealAg Issues panel. We will also hear from the Honourable Rob Black, Senator from Ontario. Thoughts on something we talked about on the show? Connect... Read More

RealAg Radio
RealAg Radio, September 9: Doubling down on communication, Bank of Canada fallout, and fertilizer emissions

RealAg Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 55:00


Thanks for tuning in to RealAg Radio. On today’s show, host Shaun Haney is joined by Lyndsey Smith, Kelvin Heppner and Meagan Murdoch with H + K Strategies for the RealAg Issues panel. We will also hear from the Honourable Rob Black, Senator from Ontario. Thoughts on something we talked about on the show? Connect... Read More

Farm and Ranch Report
The Fertilizer Problem is an Energy Problem

Farm and Ranch Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022


Nitricity has created a reactor that makes nitrogen fertilizer without fossil fuels.

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Building Wealth Overseas and Living an International Life

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 23:44


If you're looking to invest and live abroad, then this episode is for you!   The world's most sought-after expat consultant, Mikkel Thorup, sits down with us to provide expert insights on how to legally invest and obtain a second residency and citizenship overseas. Through his travels, he discovered different ways to thrive internationally and he shares these secrets with us today.   Mikkel is the founder and CEO of Expat Money, a private consulting firm started in 2017. He hosts the popular weekly podcast, the Expat Money Show, and wrote the definitive #1-Best Selling book: Expat Secrets - How To Pay Zero Taxes, Live Overseas And Make Giant Piles Of Money.    [00:01 - 04:29] From School Dropout to World Traveler Mikkel on how he started his business Traveling the world as a teenager and visiting 110 countries From his experiences all over the world, he learns a lot about immigration and taxes He decided to devote himself to entrepreneurship and created a podcast   [04:30 - 13:41] Expanding Your Freedom Overseas Some people want to have a kind of insurance plan or backup plan offshore during these times of uncertainty Overcoming obstacles as an expat They set up an online virtual school for clients' children What are the best places to go to and what are the benefits? You don't need to be a multimillionaire to be able to implement a plan. It depends on the country you plan to go to.   [13:42 - 21:50]  Creating a Foreign Investment Portfolio How investments, especially in real estate, can get you a permanent residency The importance of due diligence and local representation Real estate is an excellent option to hold the value of your worth What makes Panama a great country to go to   [21:51 - 23:44] Closing Segment Reach out to Mikkel!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “The writing is on the wall with these lockdowns that have happened, with the war, with shortages, with diesel running out, with food, with more mandates. You just need a safe place.” - Mikkel Thorup “If I can do this as a high school dropout and a dyslexic who was told that his brain didn't work well and I have a family and I have figured out all these types of things, literally anybody can do this.” - Mikkel Thorup “If you have absolutely no money, then this might be very difficult, but at the same extent, don't need to be a multimillionaire to go offshore by any stretch of the imagination.” - Mikkel Thorup -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Mikkel at expatmoney.com. Check out the Expat International School and listen to The Expat Money Show podcast. Join the Expat Money Summit on November 7-11, 2022 for FREE at expatmoneysummit.com.   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Mikkel Thorup: A lot of people are just looking to sit on the money and just have it hold its value. You know, we've got some dark times ahead of us. Like, I'm not a doomsday prepper by any means, but, I mean, the writing is on the wall, you know, with these lockdowns that have happened, with the war, with shortages, with diesel running out, with food, with more mandates, I mean, you just need a safe place. And for a lot of my people, foreign real estate just kind of tick that box and now they can sleep a lot sounder at night because of it.  [00:00:41] Sam Wilson: Mikkel Thorup is the world's most sought-after expat consultant. He focuses on helping high- net worth private clients to legally mitigate tax liabilities, obtain a second residency and citizenship, and assemble a portfolio of foreign investments. Mikkel, welcome to the show.  [00:00:56] Mikkel Thorup: Thanks very much, Sam. I'm very happy to be here. Amazing show, amazing audience. Hopefully inspire a few people today. [00:01:02] Sam Wilson: Man. I hope so. I'm pumped about this conversation. Mikkel, there are three questions I ask every guest who comes in the show: in 90 seconds or less, can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:01:12] Mikkel Thorup: Ooh, in 90 seconds or less. Okay. I was diagnosed with a learning disability when I was a small child and they pulled me outta school and sent me to a special school. And I was there for three years, and the only problem, Sam, was, it actually was not a special school. It was a regular school with a special class. And I used to get in a ton of fights and picked on and bullied. And this is no woe is me story. I'm certainly no victim. I got hit and I hit straight back. I would never claim otherwise, but it left a very bad taste in my mouth for school. And long story short, I dropped out of school when I was 12 years old. I stopped going to school when I was 12 and I officially dropped out when I was 15 and I started traveling the world as a teenager. And 22 years later, and I'm still at it. I've visited 110 countries. I've lived in nine and I've circumnavigated the globe over 400 times. And during that process, I have learned just an absolute ton of secrets and different ways of doing things and options and abilities for going offshore and eliminating your tax bill and immigration and the different residencies and passports. So I am certainly no armchair traveler or armchair researcher on this. I really spend my time boots on the ground to go through everything. And I think that's probably why my story resonates with a lot of people.  [00:02:35] Sam Wilson: Well, your story certainly resonates with me. I hated school from the day I showed up to the day, my last day there. Sorry to say it for all you educators and people here. I love, absolutely love to learn. I just hated school.  [00:02:47] Mikkel Thorup: Absolutely.  [00:02:47] Sam Wilson: Yeah. I was like, oh my gosh, please, no, like you count it down. You know, there's 185 school days a year. You're like checking 'em off one at a time going, oh gosh, only nine more years after this. You shouldn't be doing that in third grade, I don't think. But either way, that's the way it was. How in the world did you come up with the business you're in now? Like, okay, so you're a teenager. I'm going to go travel the world, which probably you don't have time on the show to just to tell us all the backstory there, but how did you come up with the business that you're in now? How did you form it as a, even in business planning said, Hey, I think I can go out and make a business out of this.  [00:03:22] Mikkel Thorup: Yeah. So, I mean, when I started traveling, I was doing whatever odd job I could, you know, working in hospitality, working in kitchens, doing whatever I could to make money. Eventually, I got into entrepreneurship and investing when I was in my twenties and I actually spent seven years trading derivatives and doing okay at it. In 2016, 2017 around then I decided that I really wanted to devote myself to just entrepreneurship. And I decided I wanted to take the few things that I love the most in the world. Number one, being investing and number two, living overseas and traveling. So I basically smushed the two of them together. And I created the Expat Money show, which is my podcast, which we're about to celebrate episode 200 of. So that's wild to think over the last six years, 200 episodes. But I mean, that was really the genesis. I had been doing some business consulting and things like that on the side, but that really became my primary thing back then. And that's what I do full time now. And we have literally millions of people who read my stuff and listen to the podcast and lot of really satisfied people. [00:04:29] Sam Wilson: Man, that's cool. What problem are you solving in the marketplace?  [00:04:33] Mikkel Thorup: Yeah, so what we have seen over the last couple of years is that people really realize that they need to have a plan B some type of a backup plan, and some type of political insurance. There's a lot of people who do not agree with the way that COVID has been handled with lockdowns, with mandates, with all of these types of things. Now, I honestly don't care what side of the aisle you sit on, but from my perspective, it's about freedom and liberty and personal choice and personal responsibility. And I think that that is the absolute main thing that we're able to help people with is having that type of political insurance and having a plan B set up. So I get half my people who are just done with the states, done with Canada and they want to move overseas. And another 50%, another half that need to have the plan B. And at some point they might want to actuate that plan, but it's that really, really small niche that's where I live, Sam.  [00:05:28] Sam Wilson: I love the idea of a plan B and I'm sure that in what you do, people commonly throw up objections to why they can't plan B. What are some of those objections you commonly hear and then how do you reasonably overcome those?  [00:05:45] Mikkel Thorup: So, one of the main things that I used to get is families. So people would say, oh, I can't do this because I have kids or my wife is not supportive. Or, you know, I used to get told all the time, oh, this is great, living overseas. But you know, at some point you're going to have to come home and settle down and get a real job and, you know, start a family. I mean, okay. I'm Canadian. Danish heritage. I met my wife in Germany. She's from mainland China. We got married in the Seychelles in Africa. My daughter was born in Abu Dhabi. My son was born in Brazil and we live in Panama right now. So I mean, like if I can do this as a high school dropout and a dyslexic who was told that his brain didn't work well and stuff like this, and I have a family and I have figured out all these types of things, like literally anybody can do this. I mean, yes, there's a lot of knowledge. Yes, there's a lot of that has to go into it. And you know, when I started, there was no one there to support. I had to figure this out myself, but now there's tons of resources we put out at expatmoney.com and all these types of things. So that's number one is, you know, I can't do it because A, B, or C or I can't do it because I have a family or I have kids and they need to go to school. We actually created an online school to solve one of these problems. It's called Expat International School of Freedom on Entrepreneurship. If you go to expatschool.io, it's a completely virtual school. It goes from ages 8 to 19. We've got three different programs in there. And my business partner has been working in education for over 32 years. He's a published, twice-published author, international speaker, thought leader in the ideas of Socratic thinking and Socratic thought. So we try to overcome any and all objectives that people have when they try to go overseas. [00:07:33] Sam Wilson: Right. No, that's really cool. I guess here's a very strategic question. Where are people going? I mean, the COVID lockdowns, whatever it was, the chaos in the US. I mean, it doesn't matter what aisle side you're on, it's all just a crazy show. I think a clown show in the end, but where in the world is the grass even remotely greener? [00:07:53] Mikkel Thorup: Yeah, absolutely. So. It is the number one question is where do we go after all of this? We've seen the most amount of freedom in certain places in Latin America. Mexico pretty much stayed wide open the entire time. We went to Brazil for six months during COVID and it was like, C did not exist there. You would see the random person wearing masks, but that was it. All the restaurants, the bars, everything was still going. Panama is very popular right now. You know, I had a lot of clients coming down here at the Panama. It's also good because the tax situation is fantastic in Panama. There's actually legal ways that you can really eliminate your tax bill and it's one of the things that I do help my clients with. I mean, that comes with a ton of caveats and I'm not getting individual tax advice certainly on an open podcast like this, but we are getting rid of people's tax bills legally. Costa Rica is popular. Nicaragua was even coming up. They stayed completely open during COVID. There's different things in those countries, so you really have to balance what the person is after, what their objectives are and their likes wants, and needs in a hierarchy of different things. But yeah, I would say Mexico, Brazil, Panama, Columbia was doing quite well. And then they elected someone not so great to the presidency a few weeks ago. So we're still watching the situation there, but mostly Latin America. Europe, not many people are interested in Europe anymore, and not many people are interested in Australia or New Zealand. They had an extraordinarily strict lockdown. So actually we're doing the opposite we used, I used to help people get to Australia. Now we're helping people get out. Asia, same thing, not many people going to Asia at the moment either.  [00:09:36] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. That's really helpful. Thanks for kind of breaking some of those countries down and places where, you know, people are looking to expand their freedom, or at least just maintain the freedoms that they have. Tell me this, what does somebody need to have in net worth, in business, in dry powder, cash savings, things like that to even begin thinking about doing these, implementing this sort of plan? [00:10:00] Mikkel Thorup: You know, it's really dependent on the country that you're going to go to. I mean, are you going to be able to go to, I don't know, Malta if you're making a thousand dollars a month? No, probably not. I mean, they have a citizenship by investment program. It starts at a million dollars. But there are countries like Nicaragua where the minimum investment for permanent residency, there is only $35,000. That's quite affordable, I would have to say. That gives you a ton of freedom. You can come and go from the country whenever you like. If you have some kind of an online business, you know, you're a coach, a consultant, an Amazon FBA, you have real estate, anything like this, it works perfect because they won't tax you 'cause it's considered a territorial tax system. Now your tax in your home country, we would have to deal with that, but there's still ways around it. And in between. Malta and Nicaragua, there's 101 options in between, but that could kind of paint a little bit of a picture. Yeah, if you have absolutely no money, then this might be very difficult, but you also, at the same extent, don't need to be a multimillionaire to go offshore by any stretch of the imagination. [00:11:10] Sam Wilson: Right, yeah. And I guess that's the question that I think that a lot of people, you know, who are interested in this sort of thing think is like, what's the quickest way to build that plan B now, like how do I implement that now? Maybe I'm not a multimillionaire, but I need to find at least developing that plan B. And I guess so you've answered kind of the money question, how places like, you know, Nicaragua, what you said it was citizenship by investment? [00:11:35] Mikkel Thorup: Multicitizenship by investment in Nicaragua is a permanent residency.. It gives you the legal right to live and work in the country for as long as you want.  [00:11:44] Sam Wilson: What's the difference between that and being a citizen?  [00:11:47] Mikkel Thorup: So the citizen you're actually going to be able to get your passport. So that travel document enter in on that passport. For this, you would still use your US passport or your Canadian passport or your German passport, or whatever it might be. [00:12:00] Sam Wilson: Got it. Got it. What do you see people doing when you talk about foreign investments? Like, what are people doing? Is it all real estate related that they're doing? Or what are people doing right now when you see your clients, you know, for the first time diving into foreign investing? [00:12:14] Mikkel Thorup: The majority is real estate. I mean, I really promote and talk about and believe in tangible assets. I like things that I can touch and smell and feel and you know, real stuff. Yes, we do condos and things like this and commercial real estate. We're also seeing a big boom in agricultural land, timber plantations, these types of things, things that actually produce, which are great for income in Latin America. You know, and we're always trying to pair some type of a residency or citizenship on the back of an investment. I'll give you an example. Panama has a program, it's called the Friendly Nations Visa. It's a $200,000 real estate investment. There's a couple of other ways to qualify, but the best one is a $200,000 real estate investment. And I mean, it's not a government-approved project, meaning you can get real estate anywhere in the country. We do your legal work for you. We go through the contracts and this allows you to get your permanent residency here. So now you can come and go from Panama. You can live here, works as a good plan B, but the best thing, Sam, is to keep your visa active, you only need to visit Panama one day, every two years. Okay, so to put things in context, there's other countries that would need you to be there for six months or there's even some countries that want you to be there pretty much every day of the entire year. Maybe you can go on vacation for seven days, but that's it. But for me, I like these types of programs that have minimal commitment on the ground and then maximum freedom on the back end of that.  [00:13:50] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. How are people finding real estate assets to invest in in places like Panama or any of these other countries? I mean, and have any degree of certainty as to what it is they're getting into? [00:14:03] Mikkel Thorup: Yeah. I mean, that's why a lot of people will come to me because I do a ton of due diligence with everybody that I work with. So we work in, I mean, the extended list of countries is probably 40 countries, but our core countries that I work in is about 21 or 22 different countries. And in all of these countries, I have real estate agents who check our contracts. I always highly, highly, highly suggest that you work with local representation. Don't try to read the contracts and do this yourself. There's just too much to it. I have tons of real estate investors from Canada in the United States. It's a very different ballgame outside of North America, how things function and how things work. So someone would come to me, they would work with me. I would introduce 'em to the lawyers. We could deal with the tax issues. We'd deal with the real estate developer, a broker or real estate agents. We would see how we want it structured. Is it going to be structured in your own name? If so, what are the tax consequences? How are the filing requirements? Same if it was going to be done through an IBC or an LLC, or if we wanted to put it in a trust or a foundation, what are all of the obligations with that? You know, the closing times is the title deed is at least hold, everything like this. This is a pile of things to work through. So I suggest that you work with a professional and certainly local representation.  [00:15:20] Sam Wilson: Are people buying income-producing real estate or a lot of your clients, is it just buying it so that they can then acquire either permanent residency or citizenship? [00:15:31] Mikkel Thorup: I kind of have the whole gambit to be honest. A lot of people are looking for income-producing. But at the same time, I have an equal amount who are just looking to park money offshore. They know that inflation is through the roof right now. The published amounts are probably twice what they've been in the last 20 some odd years. But you know, the unofficial numbers are likely much higher than that. So real estate is an excellent option for someone who wants to just hold the value of their worth. And traditionally we know real estate keeps up with inflation. So you move your money offshore, you get it outside of your country of birth, it can protect you in a lot of ways from litigation. There's a lot of ways that we can do things privately, anonymously, you know, especially when we're using different types of structures, like a foundation. And a lot of people are just looking to sit on the money and just have it hold its value. We've got some dark times ahead of us. Like I'm not a doomsday prepper by any means, but I mean, the writing is on the wall, you know, with these lockdowns that have happened, with the war, with shortages, with diesel running out, with food, with more mandates, I mean, you just need a safe place. And for a lot of my people, foreign real estate just kind of ticks that box and now they can sleep a lot sounder at night because of it.  [00:16:49] Sam Wilson: Outside of maybe the COVID lockdowns and you know, some of those maybe having less restrictions, why are these countries such as Panama or Costa Rica or Nicaragua, why are those good places to go to? I guess what makes them more favorable over somewhere else?  [00:17:10] Mikkel Thorup: Yeah. I mean, there are many different reasons. I'll tell you a couple of mine. If you're actually going to spend time in the country, we're talking about food-independent countries, water-independent countries. I personally like Panama a lot more than Costa Rica. Costa Rica is really highly dependent on their tourism sector. Now Panama does have a tourism sector, which is excellent, and we get foreign direct investment coming in because of that. But we also have two other really important things. Number one is the Panama Canal, which brings in literally billions of dollars a year into the economy, you know? This will also bring products and goods and services into the country because of the Canal itself. But one of the other thing that a lot of people don't know and understand is that Panama is actually the center of the banking sector for Latin America. So what ends up happening as countries turn socialists like Venezuela and Peru and Bolivia and you know, hopefully not Columbia, but we'll see what happens. The business owners, the factory owners, the people who have wealth, the entrepreneurs, the people who create things, they get their money out of those countries and the first place that they move it to is Panama and the first thing that they do is they put it into real estate. Now, this is not a market, which is highly leveraged. It's going to be extraordinarily difficult to get a mortgage here. So people are paying cash for things, which means it's very, very stable. So as I said, we've got the tourism industry that has lots of money coming in from that,we have the Panama Canal, we have the banking sector, we have the real estate market, and then we have it as the center of the offshore world. So there's more companies incorporated here than anywhere else in the world, outside of Hong Kong. And we're seeing a massive exodus of companies from Hong Kong as China gets more aggressive with Hong Kong. So they're moving things out of there and they're moving to a safer jurisdiction like Panama. Does that make sense? [00:19:04] Sam Wilson: It makes all the sense. I mean, no pun intended, makes all the sense in the world. That's absolutely awesome. I love what you said there about food and water- independent countries. I think that's something that people just aren't really paying attention to right now is where are things going on a food supply basis. I mean, we've got an absolute war on energy. We've got a war on food, as you've seen, you know, here recently, where was where was the tractor? The big tractor convoys? Was that in the Netherlands? Where was that?  [00:19:31] Mikkel Thorup: Yeah, there was a big one in the Netherlands with the manure and going to the...  [00:19:34] Sam Wilson: Yes. [00:19:34] Mikkel Thorup: Government buildings and stuff like that.  [00:19:37] Sam Wilson: Right. So we've got the head of what's Exxon here recently saying that that they'll never be another refinery built in the United States, another oil refinery. So we've got a war on energy. You've got a war on food. Fertilizer prices have gone bananas. My brother's a farmer up in Ohio and he owns like 5,000 acres. And he's like, my gosh, 'cause I called him. I called him earlier this year. I said, and like January, I said, Hey man, if you lock in your fertilizer prices for this year, he's like, no, not, yeah. I was like, dude, the writing's on the wall. It's going through the roof. And then like three months ago he called me, he was like, dude, fertilizer prices have gone through the roof. I'm like, yeah. I told you this was coming. And like you said, the, you know, the diesel shortages, fuel shortages, food, and water-independent countries. I mean, that's going to be a critical and a place where food can grow year-round. [00:20:20] Mikkel Thorup: I lived in the middle east in Abu Dhabi for eight years. And I had a great time there and it was beautiful and it was very safe and it was a great place. But when I saw the writing on the wall, I was like, no, I got to get my family out of here. I mean, literally, everything is brought into the country. They're building 11 nuclear reactors there. I have a friend of mine who sits on the board of directors for the project. And he was telling me as soon, like day one, when the projects go live, 60% of it will be going to desalination for water. They're so behind in their water production, that 60% of the nuclear power will be going straight to that. And I'm like, I don't want to be in a country which is so dependent on energy for these one things. It's like, I needed to get somewhere where we have rainfall, where we can grow everything. It's all like a volcanic soil here in central America is basically, you know how this was formed. So you just take a seed, you throw it in the ground, and tomorrow you have a fruit tree and it's producing. I'm being silly, but I mean, it's true. Like, anything and everything grows here. This makes me feel a lot more stable and secure, right?  [00:21:26] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Hands down, hands down. And being in a place like Panama is a place where people want to go. That's where, like you said, you're attracting the best producers in the world. If all your businesses, all your business, people from socialist countries, people in Hong Kong, they're like, Hey, I'm out, I'm out. And we're going to go somewhere else where our interests can be protected and continue to thrive. Then they're just going to come into that economy. And it's just going to get that much stronger. [00:21:50] Mikkel Thorup: Exactly.  [00:21:50] Sam Wilson: That's really, really cool. Mikkel, I love what you're doing. This speaks very, very near and dear to me. So I appreciate you coming on the show today and kind of just sharing with us what you're doing for you and for your clients, how you guys have thrived living around the world, the programs you guys are putting out, and it was expatmoney.com is your website, right? [00:22:09] Mikkel Thorup: Correct. expatmoney.com.  [00:22:11] Sam Wilson: Expatmoney.com So make sure we certainly, certainly check that out. I know you had several other resources on there. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that?  [00:22:21] Mikkel Thorup: Yeah, absolutely. So we're actually doing an online summit. It's November 7th to 11th. Tickets are completely free. There's no charge to attend. If you guys go to expatmoneysummit.com, expatmoneysummit.com. You're going to be able to pick up a free ticket on there. Now we do have a paid ticket. We got a VIP option. If you guys want a bunch of bonuses and a lot of other cool stuff, that's great, but it's certainly not mandatory. And if you're just curious about these things and how they fit together and the tax strategies and the different countries and the residencies and the real estate options, then you got to check out the summit. We're putting on a ton of things we were talking before the show, Sam. My friend, Doug Casey, he'll be a speaker. Ron Paul is going to be a speaker. We've got some really, really fantastic people this year. So expatmoneysummit.com. [00:23:11] Sam Wilson: That is fantastic. Mikkel, thank you so much. Appreciate you coming on today and have a great rest of your afternoon. [00:23:17] Mikkel Thorup: Pleasure's all mine. Thanks, Sam. 

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