AGGronomyTV Sept 16 – 30 The new concept of smashing nuisance rocks into little pieces rather than picking them
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Sept 16 – 30 The new concept of smashing nuisance rocks into little pieces rather than picking them
The rock crushing demonstration was one of the strongest attractions at this summer's Ag in Motion showSeptember 1 – 15th: New Research Discussed at the recent Canadian Summit on Soil Health
Next step is developing best management practices for farmers on both sides of the border to help reduce phosphorous runoffAugust 16 – 31 Diagnosing phytophthora root rot in soybeans
What to look for when identifying phytophthora, when you should scout for it and what can be done if it appears in your soybean cropAug 1 – 15 An interview with Dan Orchard, an Alberta based Canola Council agronomist, regarding clubroot control
In this interview, Dan Orchard, an agronomist with the Canola Council of Canada, shares his years of experience managing clubrootJuly 16 – 31 See video of some of the demonstrations at the CanolaPALOOZA 2017
CanolaPALOOZA brought together the canola scientific community and industry partners to showcase some of the latest research and technology in the field.July 1 – 15 Check out DOT, an autonomous, powered farming platform.
Norman Beaujot asks, "why do we need the tractor in the first place?"June 16 – 30 Testing a patch of land that has been zero-till for more than 30 years vs. conventionally tilled soil
Soil specialist Marla Riekman and farmer Doug Wilton talk about their 'Soil Your Undies' project.June 1 – 15 Late planting likely means more farmers will make the switch to soybeans
Wet May weather is hindering completion of planting, likely meaning more farmers will make the switch to soybeans from corn.May 16 – 31 A demonstration of programming a drone and the on-screen tracking
It's the type and size of the sensor or sensors with which the camera is equipped that determines the level of analysis that can be performed after a drone has flown a fieldMay 1 – 15 The fish produce ammonia as a waste product.
Ammonia the koi produce goes through a series of bio filters where the biologicals convert it to a form on nitrogen that the plants can use.