RealAg Radio, May 25: Wild oat clipping, phosphorus management, and all things thresholds


If you’re listening in from the United States, we want to wish you a good Memorial Day Monday! For the rest of you…it’s still a great Monday, as it’s time to talk all things agronomy! On today’s episode of RealAg Radio, you’ll hear:

  • Breanne Tidemann, research scientist with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) in Lacombe, Alta., on some of the research she’s done on wild oat cutting in your pulse crops;
  • John Gavloski, provincial entomologist with Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development, on flea beetles, and what he sees for the coming year;
  • Merrin Macrae of the University of Waterloo, on managing phosphorus levels and how to minimize runoff;
  • Gregory Sekulic, agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada, on economic thresholds — both with weeds, and insects.

Do you have feedback on the show? Connect with host Shaun Haney via email [email protected], on Twitter by using the hashtag #RealAgRadio, or give us a shout on the listener line, 1-855-776-6147.

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