Lyndsey joins Shaun and Kelvin on today’s show to discuss highlights from the Manitoba Agronomists Conference, including the economic case for looking at crop rotations from a long-term perspective, new applications for variable rate, and a futuristic-sounding sensor that could alert a canola grower when it’s time to spray for sclerotinia.

Guests include Jon Driedger of FarmLink Marketing Solutions on canola hedging, and Daryl Beswitherick of the Canadian Grain Commission discussing the recent (and shocking) case of a canola bin near Kelvington, Saskatchewan going up in flames.

SaskPulse’s decision to maintain its non-refundable levy, the latest on bovine TB and more…

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