RealAg Radio, Jan 10: Fungicides, bin size and target plant populations

Today’s show is once again coming to us from Saskatoon, SK, where host Shaun Haney is on location for the Western Canadian Crop Production Show. On today’s episode:

  • Tim Gardner, Bayer, talks about some of the company’s research into fungicides in cereal crops, with a focus on application timing, disease management during dry years, and fusarium.
  • Ag news.
  • Nathan Sapach, Seed Hawk, on prepping the seed drill for spring.
  • Storing grain in large bins requires a different management strategy than small ones — a discussion with Joy Agnew, Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI).
  • Rob MacDonald, Bayer, joins to talk target plant populations in canola.

Join us for RealAg Radio every weekday at 4pm eastern on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM!


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