Welcome to this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s show you’ll hear: Karl Hoppe, beef cattle nutritionist and extension specialist at North Dakota State University, talks about weed seeds and how they can travel with feed; Doug Moisey of Pioneer Seeds Canada talks herbicide carryover, flea beetles, cutworms, soil testing, and more; Peter… Read More

It’s Monday! Which means an agronomic Monday here on RealAg Radio. You’ll hear from: Warren Ward of the Canola Council of Canada, talking about the value of soil testing and residual fertilizer; Jeff Schoenau of the University of Saskatchewan, talking about anhydrous ammonia applications in dry conditions; and, Peter Johnson chats wet conditions in the… Read More

Earlier this year, when C & M Seeds hosted its 30th anniversary wheat industry day, the company asked RealAgriculture to do something pretty cool. C & M asked RealAgriculture to share what the last several decades of the wheat industry in Ontario has looked like, and how it has evolved to where it is today…. Read More

On today’s edition of RealAg Radio, you’ll hear: Ted Mallett, director of forecasting at the Conference Board of Canada, on the economy, inflationary pressures, and supply chain concerns; Andria Karstens joins us for a Climate FieldView product spotlight; Peter Johnson has the latest news on what’s happening in Ontario ag; and, The top ag news… Read More

It’s time for Day 7 of Ontario Diagnostic Days! The annual Ontario field crop diagnostic days held at Ridgetown, Elora, and Winchester are again virtual in 2021. Wheat and soybean fungicide tips, tar spot control in corn, manganese deficiency, plant growth regulators and double crop soybeans are all featured in this episode. We’ll kick it off with Ontario… Read More

How late can you plant winter wheat and still get an amazing plant stand? As agronomist Peter Johnson discovers on this episode of RealAgriculture’s Wheat School, even wheat planted in mid-November can deliver a top crop. Earlier this summer he visited with C&M Seeds research agronomist Mike Holzworth at the company’s variety testing site. Johnson… Read More

Trees tend to generate an emotional response from most cash croppers — some growers love them, others hate them. The joy or angst typically stems from the impact the large, expansive perennial plants have on growing crops. On this episode of Corn School, RealAgriculture agronomist Peter Johnson looks back at the research of Dr. Charles Baldwin who… Read More

Welcome to Agronomic Monday, packed to the rafters with content. On today’s edition of RealAg Radio, you’ll hear: John Heard, soil fertility specialist with Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development, on the risks of growing soybeans on fields with excess nitrates; Kim Brown-Livingston, weed specialist with Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development, on the discovery of palmer… Read More