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AGGronomyTV May 1 to 15: The Forgotten R in 4R Nutrient Management Pt. 3


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May 1 to 15: The Forgotten R in 4R Nutrient Management Pt. 3
Many farmers are modifying nitrogen timing, placement and product. But if they are not varying their rate, they are not achieving the full economic efficiency and environmental sustainability potential of 4R nutrient management. In this four-part video series, Dr. Mario Tenuta discusses ways farmers and agronomists can take nutrient stewardship to the next level. (Originally recorded as a webinar for Grainews and Glacier FarmMedia GrowPro)

April 15 to 30: The Forgotten R in 4R Nutrient Management, Pt. 2
Many farmers are modifying nitrogen timing, placement and product. But if they are not varying their rate, they are not achieving the full economic efficiency and environmental sustainability potential of 4R nutrient management. In this four-part video series, Dr. Mario Tenuta discusses ways farmers and agronomists can take nutrient stewardship to the next level . (Originally recorded as a webinar for Grainews and Glacier FarmMedia GrowPro)

April 1 to 15: The Forgotten R in 4R Nutrient Management, Pt. 1
Many farmers are modifying nitrogen timing, placement and product. But if they are not varying their rate, they are not achieving the full economic efficiency and environmental sustainability potential of 4R nutrient management. In this four-part video series, Dr. Mario Tenuta discusses ways farmers and agronomists can take nutrient stewardship to the next level​​​​​​​. (Originally recorded as a webinar for Grainews and Glacier FarmMedia GrowPro)

Mar 15 to 30: Preventing blackleg
Blackleg is one of the most serious threats to Western Canadian farmers’ canola crops. The pest’s prevalence continues and has been growing through a combination of good conditions and tight cropping rotations. Agronomy specialist Justine Cornelsen of the Canola Council of Canada addresses the issues related to rotation and informs producers about genetics options available that will aid in reducing the effects of the disease. Look for more ways to keep blackleg at bay in future editions of AGgronomy TV.

Mar 1 – 15: Dan Froese from Manitoba Agriculture explains how to manage clubroot risk in canola.


Feb 15 – 28: First cut hay and replenishing field nutrients
Farmtario reporter Jennifer Glenney speaks with Deb Campbell, owner of Agronomy Advantage Inc., about first cut hay. Video by Jennifer Glenney, Farmtario.

Feb 1 to 15: Salinity and soil health with Marla Riekman
Glacier FarmMedia’s Spencer Myers interviews Marla Riekman, a soil management specialist with Manitoba Agriculture, about soil health and advice for the 2020 crop year. Video by Spencer Myers.

Feb 1 to 15: Agritechnica impressions from prairie sprayer expert Tom Wolf
Tom Wolf of Sprayers101 offers his first impressions of the German farm show Agritechnica and some of the trends he’s seeing in sprayer technology. Video by Melanie Epp, GFM contributor

Jan 15 to 31: Sustainability tools for advancing agronomy
Doug Sauder is the director of product development with John Deere and Western Producer’s Editor Mike Raine virtually sits down with him to discuss Deere’s use of technology in the development of the company’s products and services and how those are changing farmers’ agronomy.

Jan 1 to 15: Agritechnica impressions from prairie sprayer expert Tom Wolf
Tom Wolf of Sprayers101 offers his first impressions of the German farm show Agritechnica and some of the trends he’s seeing in sprayer technology. Video by Melanie Epp, GFM contributor

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