Corn School: 4 Options for Ordering Treated Seed this Fall

Corn School Ad 3 300x250Confused about what the new rules governing neonicotinoid-treated corn and soybean seed means for seed orders this fall? You’re not the only one — the Ontario government is hosting information sessions and webinars this week, but several questions and plenty of confusion swirl about what paperwork you must do to access neonic-treated seed.

To help sharpen the lens on what form gets filled out when, what scouting must happen, and more, RealAgriculture’s Peter Johnson and Bernard Tobin tackle the process from start to finish in this episode of the Corn School.

Need to download forms? You’ll find them on this page (but you’ll have to click the highlighted words to do so)

wireworm from a bait ball trapFarmers should also be aware that while this process and paperwork is a must for this fall’s seed ordering and 2016 planting, the process will change yet again in the fall of 2016. Stay tuned for more information!

Looking to view the wireworm bait ball video? Find it here. The grub scouting video can be found here.

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