Wednesday’s show is broadcast from the National Farm Machinery Show at Louisville, Kentucky! On this episode, Shaun Haney is joined by guest co-host Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson. When in the land of warmer weather, great bourbon, and the latest in farm machinery, these guys are bound to have a great time. Today’s guests include: Murad… Read More

On this week’s episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, learn about making the call on not just starter fertilizer rates for corn (and maybe soybeans) but also on what product differences to consider when deciding on rates and placement. Host, Peter ‘Wheat Pete’ Johnson also shares some insight on plant breeding advancements overseas, how a soil… Read More

Can we officially call it the dead of winter? Extremely cold temperatures across most of Canada have most everyone hunkering down and dreaming of warmer temps and a return of the growing season. Winter is also a time to learn, and Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson is here to answer your production questions, concerns, and challenges…. Read More

When the weather is fine, it’s frost seeding time. Wait, are we talking about Ontario? Nope! A mild winter in many parts of Western Canada has farmers wondering… could frost seeding wheat work here? To field that question, RealAg Radio host, Shaun Haney goes to the Wildman himself Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson. Let’s be clear,… Read More

Each week, host Peter ‘Wheat Pete’ Johnson answers your top agronomy questions in this dynamic podcast. While Johnson does love wheat, he answers questions on soil health, cover crops, corn and soybean planting, fertility management, herbicide options, and much, much more. Have a question? Leave him a message at 1-888-746-3311, send him a tweet @wheatpete… Read More

Happy New Year, listeners! Peter ‘Wheat Pete’ Johnson is back with the 191st episode of Wheat Pete’s Word and it could be the very first episode in months not to use that dreaded three-letter word (DON). Instead, this episode talks soil sampling and nutrient recommendation philosophies, dealing with ruts and wet fall conditions, winter manure… Read More

 

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