Mid-summer crop update: Grazing corn, double crop beans, and timely rain

One of the fun things about farm shows is you’ll never know who you’ll run into. Such is the case with Shaun Haney and Dan Foster at the Ag In Motion show held outside of Saskatoon last week.

Foster, national marketing manager with PRIDE Seeds, based at Chatham, Ont., sat down with Haney to talk current crop conditions in not only Eastern Canada, but also the state of the soybean and corn acres marching west and north across the Prairie provinces.

From short-season beans and grazing corn in the west, to double crop beans, dry conditions and corn pollination stress in the east, Foster and Haney cover a little agronomy, a little market development, and a little fun in this mid-summer field update, below:


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