The massive uncontrollable variable that is the weather can create challenges when benchmarking and comparing agronomic decisions over large geographies. Antara Agronomy is trying to overcome the problem with weather by taking a “small data-first” approach with Antara Insights — an agronomy benchmarking program that was recognized with a runner-up award in the Ag Days’… Read More

It’s time for our “Tuesdays with Lyndsey” edition of RealAg Radio. Host Lyndsey Smith is joined by: Deb Vanberkel with the Canadian Centre for Agricultural Wellbeing on healthy and unhealthy coping mechanisms; Tyler Smith, Humboldt Bronco crash survivor discusses his mental wellness journey and winning the Amazing Race Canada; A clip from The Agronomists with… Read More

Thanks for tuning in to this Wednesday episode of RealAg Radio! On today’s show, Lyndsey Smith goes over the top ag news stories and gives us a quick update on the Farm Progress Show. We will also hear from: Brunel Sabourin on his #30videosin30days; Brian Comeault with Farmer Business Network, on the StatsCan figures on… Read More

And just like that, we’re onto the last episode of The Agronomists for the month of August. Time flies when we’re having fun, hopefully you all are, too! For this episode of The Agronomists, host Lyndsey Smith is joined by Brunel Sabourin of Antara Agronomy, and Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson of RealAgriculture, to discuss when… Read More

Wow, it’s already the end of August! Thanks for tuning in to today’s show for Agronomic Monday. You’ll hear: Peter Johnson of RealAgriculture, on harvest yields; Dr. Sabine Banniza from the University of Saskatchewan, on identifying aphanomyces vs. fusarium root rot; and Brunel Sabourin of Antara Agronomy Services Ltd., on comparing planter setups for canola…. Read More

Welcome to another week of RealAg Radio. On today’s show we’ve got an Agronomic Monday! You’ll hear from: Carrie MacLean, agronomist at PRIDE Seeds, with an update on what’s going on in Ontario; Brunel Sabourin of Antara Agronomy, on ultra-early seeded wheat and grasshopper populations in soybeans; Tyler Wist, field crop entomologist at Agriculture and… Read More

It’s been a challenging start for wheat in much of Western Canada this spring due to hot and dry conditions, which might lead growers and agronomists to ask “what if?” this cool season crop had been planted earlier. Wheat’s yield potential is determined early on, at the three to six leaf stage, explains Brunel Sabourin… Read More

If agronomy is your thing, say hello to Agronomic Monday! On today’s episode of RealAg Radio, you’ll hear: Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson, on the fact that there’s knee high corn in Ontario — before July 1st!; Brunel Sabourin of Antara Agronomy, on canola crusting and soil armour; Jeremy Boychyn of Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions,… Read More

It’s an established fact that seeding depth and plant spacing are critical factors in maximizing yields and uniformity in some crops. That’s why corn and soybeans are planted with planters designed to singulate each seed and place it at a precise depth. Wheat isn’t generally seeded with a planter, but as part of this Wheat… Read More

 

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