In this episode of Spray Tips Special Edition Real Agriculture the Sprayers101.com dynamic duo - Tom Wolf of AgriMetrix, and Jason Deveau of the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, break the water volume dilemma into four steps to help sprayer operators figure out what's needed to get the best results.
Canola futures closed higher on Friday, as the market corrected off of nearby lows ahead of the weekend.
Corn futures finished lower for the fourth straight day on Friday, amid a mostly favourable weather outlook for the American Midwest.
Alberta crop conditions edged higher this past week, and remain above the five-year average.
It's been a rugged start for Ontario's soybean crop. With cool, wet growing conditions, late planting, insect feeding and soil crusting, many growers find themselves squarely behind the eight ball. Find out more on the struggling soybean crop from this Real Agriculture Soybean School.
When crude oil starts going south, so too do many other commodities, including canola.
In 17 power-packed minutes, Peter Johnson laments the arrival of armyworm, soybean aphids and cereal leaf beetle. He also describes how you can fit the roots of 8-leaf rootless corn in your coffee cup. And what's with all that yellow barley? Listen to Wheat Pete's Word at the RealAgriculture link below.
On this episode of Real Agriculture Corn School, Dan Foster takes you to a field with rootless corn syndrome.
When rolling soybeans, timing is important - both the growth stage and time of day. In this episode of RealAgriculture Soybean School, OMAFRA soybean specialist Horst Bohner discusses the concept.
Drought is intensifying in North Dakota, particularly across the western half of the state which missed out on recent rainfall.