Due to a significant increase in global demand of crop protection products you need to manage your purchases differently than before. November is a good time to lay out your crop plan and start writing down the crop protection products that you are going to be needing in 2009. If you plan on walking into your retailer at spraying time and just picking up whatever you need you are going to be greatly disappointed. Talk to your retailer about supplies and work with them to ensure you get the products you need for a successful crop.
30 degree C days are great for the lake life, but not so great for crop yields. Many of the crops grown across Western Canada are known as “cool season” crops, even though this may seem misleading as 25 degrees C may not seem all that "cool." Most western Canadian crops really do prefer temperatures…Read more »