RealAg Radio, Oct 29; The 2018 lessons learned and some experiences forgotten

On agronomic Monday, we will cover the country and hear the challenges and opportunities for growers. This has brought some major adversity, and growers across the west and east have persevered the best they can by optimizing the variables thrown their way.

On today’s show we will hear from the following guests:

Steph Kowalski of Agromart on the Ontario harvest including the challenges of vomitoxin in corn, plus soybean yields and how you should never give up on a crop.

Jeremy Boychyn of Alberta Wheat and Alberta Barley Commissions on the prairie harvest, what should you do with your dropped straw, and what did we learn in 2018.

Aaron Stevanus of PRIDE Seeds on his multi hybrid/multi population study and the art of remembering but also forgetting the growing season impacts.

Holly Derksen on pulse crop diseases that impacted the 2018 crop and Mike Cowbrough of OMAFRA on weed control in soybeans and your strategy to optimize control.

 

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