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AGGronomyTV February 16 – 28: The probe gives the temperature of the grain in your bin in real-time, sent to your smartphone or tablet


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February 16 – 28: The probe gives the temperature of the grain in your bin in real-time, sent to your smartphone or tablet
This video demonstrates how the temperature probe works if you don’t have a temperature cable set up in your bin

February 1 – 15 What are seed conditions like for the 2017 season?
A highly variable fall, with unwanted moisture during harvest has tightened high quality seed supplies in many crops.

January 16 – 31 Fish poop and green algae might help farms grow without having to expand
Researcher Ryan Sestric is testing a system where synthetic fish waste is the primary feed source for specialized algae, which can then be harvested for a variety of uses.

January 1 – 15 Agronomy Summit – 2016
The Western Producer’s Robin Booker teamed up with Lisa Guenther from Grainews and talked to some of the presenters at the summit.

Dec 15 – 31 All truck brands are put to the test in this annual comparison
Scott Garvey takes part in evaluating what’s new in 2016 for full-size pickup trucks.

Dec 1 – 15 Grainews editors spoke with Bengt Merkel about the development and abilities of the CombCut
This unique concept can selectively cut weeds out of a standing crop without any electronics.

Nov 15 – 30 Sugar beet harvest is nearing completion with the possibility of record-breaking yields
Sugar beet harvest is nearing completion with the possibility of record-breaking yields. Arnie Bergen-Henengouwen, says growing conditions favoured sugar beets this year.

Nov 1 to Nov 15 Properly winterize the Apache’s wet system


Oct 16 – 31 The 2016 growing season will be remembered for its promising start that ran into mid-season trouble.
The result of the mid-season trouble was distressed crops, but the harvest was still impressive.

Oct 1 – 15 Bob Conner is pleased with his efforts to produce a sickly bean crop
A lead researcher for Agriculture Canada organizes disease studies, which involve hundreds of varieties

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