AGGronomyTV Feb 1 – Feb 15: The pulse industry must be prepared to meet more complicated specs for the food industry
AgCanada.com is proud to present this new informative web video series. AGGronomyTV is a series of videos that covers today’s top issues related to soil management and crop production.
Apr 15 – Apr 30: A recent canola disease survey shows that blackleg is present in nearly 75% of fields but with improved to genetics, the number of incidences is much lower
In this video, Justine Cornelsen with the Canola Council of Canada talks about the prevalence of blackleg in Canada and three BMPs that producers can use to limit the spread Apr 1 – Apr 15: Virtual reality equipment system awarded first place at 2019 Inventor’s Showcase
Kale Wilson Talks about how this futuristic technology can assist with training and help producers quickly identify equipment problemsMar 15 – Mar 31: At 9,000 acres, Larry Woolliams makes use of the best technologies that he can to operate profitably
Getting four new combines wasn’t hard, but putting experienced operators in the seats was. “The technology is what saved us,” says Larry Woolliams.Mar 1 – Mar 15: Northeast Iowa farmer Tim Burrack shares some of the challenges he’s faced growing cover crops
Tim Burrack discusses why after farming for 40 years he decided to start growing cover cropsFeb 15 – Feb 28: This invention deploys a drop pan underneath your combine by remote control
In this video, Chris Sobchuk describes how the drop pan plus mobile app safely measure grain loss.Feb 1 – Feb 15: The pulse industry must be prepared to meet more complicated specs for the food industry
Gordon Bacon, CEO of Pulse Canada, said that quality specifications for pulses have traditionally been based on size, shape and colour, but that is changing.Jan 15 – Jan 31: See field demos of land-levelling equipment in action and improving land values
Spencer Myers gives you a quick look at how these machines take non-productive land and make a soft soil bed you can plant seed intoJan 1 to Jan 15: The Council is reducing its role in extension agronomy and will no longer be doing market promotion
Canola Council is reducing its role in extension agronomy, relying more heavily on the private sector. “We’re not going to walk the fields with one or two farmers,” said Jim Everson.Dec 15 – Dec 31: Smart Farming Panel of growers discusses technology solutions and how data helps them be more efficient day-to-day
Farmers share their thoughts on satellite imagery, weather information, and the role agricultural technology plays in efficiency.Dec 1 – Dec 15: Sprayer power: Is electricity the next big thing in spray adjuvants?
"If drift is the issue. That electrical charge can make droplets stick to plant leaves," says Jason Deveau.