Wednesday’s show includes more coverage from CanolaPalooza in Lacombe, including an interview with Tom Wolf on sprayer cleanout, spraying and AOS on this week’s Rocky Talk, and a farmer panel featuring Alberta farmers Greg Sears, John Guelly and John Kowalchuk (pictured above). Shaun also highlights the yet-to-be-unveiled DOT autonomous seeding machine that SeedMaster’s new sister… Read More

Tuesday’s radio podcast, on-location from CanolaPalooza at Lacombe, Alberta, featuring an all-star lineup of canola agronomy experts, including Gregory Sekulic, Dilantha Fernando, Clint Jurke, Neil Harker and Scott Meers. Join us for RealAg Radio every weekday afternoon — 4pm eastern on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM! Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS

June 26 Agronomy Monday radio podcast highlights: Saskatchewan’s newly-crowned Outstanding Young Farmers, Derek and Tannis Axten; Canadian Grain Commission Commissioner Lonny McKague on plans to reduce CGC user fees and differences in DON test results between grain buyers; Dan Foster of Pride Seeds on what’s causing rootless corn syndrome in Ontario; OMAFRA’s Ben Rosser discusses… Read More

Wheat Pete joins Shaun and Kelvin for today’s show, from day two of Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina. Among other things, topics include meeting Brock Lesnar, fungicide timing, equipment innovation (is bigger still better?), new name for PotashCorp-Agrium merger, wheat markets (with Neil Townsend of FarmLink Marketing Solutions), windy conditions, and Wheat Pete’s impressions… Read More

Shaun Haney returns to host today’s Agronomy Monday radio podcast with Kelvin Heppner. Some of the highlights: Ag Minister Lawrence MacAulay is headed to Georgia for first trilateral ag meeting with U.S. and Mexico’s ag secretaries. What does Amazon’s proposed acquisition of Whole Foods mean for organic food supply chain/competitors/rural food delivery? Tom Wolf of… Read More

Tuesday’s radio podcast, cohosted by Kelvin Heppner and Bern Tobin. Highlights: Ag in the Classroom Canada’s Johanne Ross discusses $568,000 federal funding announcement and how it will be used; Canadian Ag Hall of Fame inductees for 2017 announced; Mark Lynas, former anti-GMO activist, on public attitudes toward GMOs and the new film in which he’s… Read More