Look out Wheat Pete, we’ve got a new person to talk with about wheat agronomy! Just kidding, we’ll always be consulting Peter about wheat. But for today’s LIVE, Kara Oosterhuis is joined by Haley Tetreault, agronomy extension specialist with SaskWheat. SUMMARY Filling gaps for producers, creating resources to use Tetreault’s position is province-wide, but she’s… Read More

Bayer has announced the registration of a new product called TilMOR, a replacement for Folicur EW in its cereal fungicide portfolio. The new product is registered for use on wheat, barley, and oats, and can be applied from flag leaf to heading stages, to control leaf disease and suppress fusarium head blight. “For cereal growers,… Read More

Keep your soil covered, do as little tillage as possible, maintain a living root system 365 days a year, and fit it all into an economic model that makes money: this is sustainable soil health. It’s a challenge, for sure, but it’s one Dresden, Ont., farmer Woody Van Arkel is happy to tackle. On this… Read More

Univar Solutions Inc. recently announced the addition of three new Novozymes BioAg inoculants to its portfolio of crop biological and fertility products: BioniQ, TagTeam BioniQ, and Optimize LV. The three new inoculants, distributed and marketed through NexusBioAg, will be available in time for 2021. The company says the inoculants have proven to increase yields and… Read More

Can we eat our way out of climate change? If we all became vegans could we eliminate livestock and put a big dent in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions? Those are just some of the questions Dr. Sara Place tackles daily in her job as Elanco Animal Health’s chief sustainability officer. Earlier this week, Place joined… Read More

The Canadian Wheat Research Coalition (CWRC) — made up of Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC), Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission (Sask Wheat), and Manitoba Crop Alliance (MCA) — is announcing the new executive team, following the transition of hosting duties from Sask Wheat to AWC. CWRC’s operational hosting duties rotate every three years between the three Prairie… Read More

A land and cattle operation that includes consistent cover crops in a diverse cropping mix can offer several benefits, including  improved soil fitness, better equipment and water holding capacity, and a decreased diesel fuel bill. In this episode of the Soil School, Bernard Tobin is joined by Elmwood, Ont.-based Ken Schaus from Schaus Land and… Read More

 

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