Several weeks ago, I heard Matt Church, cofounder of Thought Leaders Business School and world class public speaker and author, ask his audience to consider the quality of their information diet.

An information diet is a bit like the essential food groups pyramid you see in health brochures at the doctor or learn at school. The essential food groups pyramid advocates eating lots of fruit and vegies, some dairy, some meat. Sugar or fat loaded treats are recommended in moderation only.

Below is an example of a healthy information diet for deriving grain yield scenarios and deciding how much Nitrogen to apply to winter cereal and canola crops.



Practical resources to improve your information diet

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