RealAg Radio, Feb 12: Solutions for soil variability, terrain-following tech, and worries of drought

After a cold weekend on the prairies, we’re back with Agronomic Monday. Host Shaun Haney starts the show off by sharing feedback, and talking about how some respondents feel about their retails. Then:

  • Planting multiple hybrids in the same field, based on soil variability, with Pride Seeds market agronomist Aaron Stevanus.
  • Using terrain-following technology, and paying attention to metering to improve seed and fertilizer placement. SeedMaster’s Cory Beaujot joins the show to discuss recent research into row-by-row variability.
  • Resident agronomist Peter Johnson joins the show to discuss the dog days of winter, drought concerns for soybean growers, split applications of nitrogen, the conditions in Ontario, the organic matter in western Canada, dissolved urea, and life on the road.

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

 

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