Tag: Doug Moisey

Planting Corn in Alberta? Here’s What You Need to Know

It seems more and more producers are interested in growing corn in Canada, with interest spanning as far north as North Battleford, and increasingly, west into Alberta. In fact, the grain area in Alberta increased nearly 297% from 2006 to 2011, according to Stats Canada. Besides growing corn for grain, many cattle producers are using… Read more »

RealAgriculture’s Best of Canola Swathing Timing Videos

“How do I figure out when to swath my canola?” is one of those questions that comes up every year without fail. It’s a question that doesn’t have a broad, simple answer, which is why it’s restated every year. ¬†Even though there are over 20 million acres of canola in Western Canada producers still struggle… Read more »

Canola School – Evaluation and Risks of Deep Seeded Canola

In the last episode of the Canola School, we talked to Doug Moisey of the Canola Council of Canada about investigating some of the causes of variable emergence in canola. This time around we look at some of those causes, in particular, deep seeding. Seeding canola too deep is not only responsible for delayed emergence,… Read more »

Canola School – Get to the Bottom of Variable Canola Emergence

Get to know your field and get to know it well. That’s the root of understanding any problem you have in your canola crop. According to Canola Council of Canada Senior Agronomist Doug Moisey there is no better approach to monitoring the health of your crop than to get in and get your hands dirty…. Read more »