In the constantly innovating world of agriculture, you need to take advantage of every tool at your disposal. With so many technologies, storing so much information, all in different silos – how do you keep track of it all? Farm management software allows you to digitally collect information at each level of your operation and… Read More

Smart Nutrition MAP+MST® is the latest, most efficient system for delivering sulfur and phosphate to meet your crop’s needs and maximize production. As with any new technology, we understand you probably have lots of questions—and we’re here to answer them. From transporting to blending, we’re digging into the top four myths about the fertilizer characteristics… Read More

Improving formulations reduces negative environmental and health risk by ADAMA Canada Every day, we hear from producers and the public that they want us to deliver solutions that meet environmental challenges. That’s why ADAMA Canada is excited to launch ZIVATA. Our chemists designed Zivata to be environmentally safe and sustainable, a formulation for the future…. Read More

By Garth Donald, Manager of Agronomy, Decisive Farming by TELUS Agriculture 24 years ago, when I first started in this business, almost every farmer planted canola at exactly the same rate. No matter how sandy or loamy, high or low moisture, productive or thin yielding the land, and no matter how plump or slim the… Read More

As a rule of thumb, you only get about 40 chances to grow your canola yield of dreams. So, when it comes time to plan out your next planting season, you’ve got a couple of big decisions to consider. Which seeds to go with? What volume to seed at to maintain your yield potential, by… Read More

Join us for two full days of research results, brainstorming ideas, and engaging conversations. We found some great keynote speakers and have updates from all our research programs including strip tillage, precision planting, cover crops, variable rate irrigation, and much more! See the full agenda below. We always give lots of time to network with… Read More

The research and experience in the field is unequivocal: The right pre-seed burnoff is critical to guarding yield potential. Lack of moisture was a big challenge in 2021. Among other things, a pre-seed burnoff takes out weeds before they can rob the crop of soil moisture and nutrients. Research also suggests that plants detect neighbouring… Read More

Each year, wild oats challenge Western Canadian farmers’ cereal crops. With unique regional challenges and increasing herbicide resistance, there is a need to consistently adapt grass control options to ensure farmers are receiving the greatest return on investment, and in exchange, control of problem weeds. Cirray™ herbicide is the latest edition to Bayer’s cereal herbicide… Read More

Supply chain interruptions may result in product and seed shortages Canadian farmers are known for resiliency and perseverance through difficult circumstances. Those qualities will likely be tested in 2022, according to ADAMA Canada. The company is looking to help growers be more strategic this year to ensure a quality crop as product shortages are expected… Read More

Who ya gonna call?? Orange Wheat Blossom Midge can have a devastating impact on wheat yields and quality. In the spring of 2021 areas with midge forecasts (AB, SK, North Dakota) were all predicting higher than normal wheat midge populations. Data also showed very low parasitism in the midge populations (less control on the midge larvae means… Read More

When it comes to your stored grain, what’s it worth to you? If you’ve stored grain before, you know how quickly conditions can change inside your bin, and that a bin monitoring system allows you to be responsive to those changes. If you’re using old cables with a handheld device where you have to walk… Read More

Seed is the most vital input on any farm, as without a seed we do not have our desired crop.  While there are several factors that will affect seed germination and seedling survival we will focus on in-furrow nutrition impacts on the crop.  Early nutrition for the developing seedling is important, however we can be… Read More

Welcome to Episode 3 of the Canola PODcast, sponsored by InVigor® hybrid canola from BASF. This podcast series features a number of different guests and experts discussing what tools InVigor hybrid canola and BASF can offer growers to have a successful season. In this episode, host Shaun Haney tackles the top steps to seasonal success… Read More

Technology should make tasks easier, faster or more secure — and options for managing farm information and data should do the same. In this interview, RealAg Radio host Shaun Haney and April Popadynec, Product Specialist with FCC AgExpert, explore the value of digitizing farm information, records, and data. As Popadynec explains, having digital, shareable information means a… Read More

Not if we have anything to say about it. Rain or shine, disease or weeds, every canola season boils down to a single number: yield. Throughout a growing season, many management practices are applied to help increase the yield potential of your crop. But this potential only translates to yield after it’s harvested. For canola… Read More

 

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