The pursuit of 300+ bushel corn is still very much alive. Yield competitions from a host of different companies are challenging producers to raise the bar when it comes to corn production. The difference in PRIDE Seeds 300+ Bushel Initiative is found in their “whole field” approach. Whereas most of these yield challenges push production… Read More

Ontario Corn Update - Doug Alderman, Pride Seeds

Conditions this season in Ontario have varied across the map. Cooler, wetter conditions this spring that resulted in a later plant for most farmers gave way to extreme heat that is leaving affected areas wanting for a timely rain. At this point there is no broad description you can apply to the Ontario corn crop… Read More

Steve Denys, Pride Seeds Discusses Growing Corn in 2011

I was in a meeting today and an Ontario farmer said that its not hard for corn seed retailers to corn seed this year. Corn is in an intense battle for acres with soybeans across North America and Ontario is no different. With corn being a profitable cropping choice for farmers in 2011 it is… Read More

The Systems Approach to Growing Soybeans - Steve Denys, Pride Seeds

In recent years more and more farmers are looking at the growing season from a systems approach. In the past farmers and and suppliers for the most part considered most inputs independent of one another, working on their own piece of responsibility in the growing cycle. Many researchers, input suppliers and farmers are trying to… Read More

The Solution to Better Refuge Management is in the Bag - Steve Denys, Pride Seeds

Recently a study found that 40% of corn farmers were not following the refuge requirements of Bt trait corn. Stewardship guidelines are in place for a reason yet farmers are not playing along the way they should be. Many farmers complain of yield drag and not wanting to comprise yield at all by planting a… Read More

Ontario Corn Update - Doug Alderman, Pride Seeds

With many farmers planting corn much earlier than they traditionally have and with warm weather the past two weeks, the corn crop crop in Ontario is looking quite promising. It actually is one of the good stories in Canadian farming this year along with most of the winter cereals across the country. Many people have… Read More

Legend Seeds and Sevita International have signed a distribution agreement to bring each other’s corn and soybean genetics to new growing regions. Ontario-based Sevita International will distribute and market Legend Seeds’ corn hybrids through its PROSeeds business in Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada. Legend Seeds, which has its headquarters in South Dakota, will bring Sevita’s… Read More

The Canadian Food Grains Bank Plants Seeds for Hunger

Farmers take serious pride in “feeding the world.” Even though farmers take the challenge head on and produce safe food for consumers around the world many people still go hungry.  Fortunately farmers participate in programs like the Canadian Food Grains Bank to try and combat world hunger. The Canadian Food Grains Bank has the following… Read More

With the warmest September on record it is maybe no surprise that October has been a harvesting nightmare.  Ontario has been receiving its fair share of rain which has resulted in a late soybean harvest and a corn harvest that is just about to begin.  There is a lot of interest in the Ontario corn… Read More

Early-season corn scouting requires a little bit of time and attention, but can really pay off for the rest of the year and even into the next. Sara Meidlinger, market development specialist with Pride Seeds for Western Canada, joins Kara Oosterhuis for this Corn School episode. Scout representative areas of the field including good and… Read More

 

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