RealAg Radio, June 3: Spring frost, accuracy in field scouting and reinvigorating wet wheat


From punishing rains in Ontario to below freezing temperatures in Manitoba, farmers across the country are seeing it all. We’ll break it down in this episode of RealAg Radio, focusing on agronomics with:

  • Justine Cornelsen, Canola Council of Canada, walks us through frost damage, and what to look for in fields that may have been hit;
  • Autumn Barnes, also with the Canola Council of Canada, talks field scouting and accurate plant counts; and,
  • Resident agronomist Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson, discusses planting delays, replacing or reinvigorating wheat with wet feet, and more.

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