Unharvested Crop, Wet Weather & Rebounding Prices — Mike Jubinville on What’s Driving Acres in 2017

With more than 2 million unharvested acres, and wet conditions preventing normal fall work in many areas it’s going to be a busy spring across much of Western Canada.

How will this affect acres of each crop, especially if the recent wet weather trend continues?

As Mike Jubinville of ProFarmer Canada notes, cropping options are going to be limited in many areas by weather and agronomic/rotational challenges coming out of a high disease year.

With the Statistics Canada seeding intentions survey results due Friday morning, Jubinville joined Shaun and Kelvin on RealAg Radio to discuss how he sees the acreage scenario unfolding:

Related: Predicting Acreage Numbers (and the Stanley Cup Winner)

 

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