AGGronomyTV Mar 15 – Mar 31: At 9,000 acres, Larry Woolliams makes use of the best technologies that he can to operate profitably
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.
Sept 15 to 30: Deciding when to spray to wipe out weeds
At Crop Diagnostic School in Carman in July, Tammy Jones, weed specialist with Manitoba Agriculture, discussed the economic thresholds of weed controlSept 1 to 15: Calculating Harvest Losses at Canolapalooza
Shawn Senko of the Canola Council of Canada explains how to calculate harvest losses using a drop pan and apps. SubtitleAug 15 – 31: Crop Tour Analysis with Bruce Burnett
Spencer Myers talks with Bruce Burnett from Markets Farm about his July crop tour throughout the prairies and what it could mean going into this year’s harvest. Bruce's tour took place in July throughout parts of Manitoba and Saskatchewan.Aug 1 – 15: CanolaPalooza19 – Saskatchewan edition
Warren Ward of the Canola Council of Canada describes a fertilizer placement demonstration trial and provides advice on the dangers of placing fertilizer in the seed rowJuly 15 – 30: An introduction to the Canadian hemp industry from Norquest College’s Andrea Eriksson.
Andrea Ericsson talks with Glacier FarmMedia’s Spencer Myers about how farmers can start to think about growing and marketing hemp products in Canada. July 1 – July 15: Fertilizer won’t pay off without a plan: Episode 1 Fertilizer return on investment: the science behind determining the ROI sweet spot from fertilizer.June 15 – June 30: Soil moisture and the effects on weed control and crop nutrition this growing season
How soil conditions and a cool spring will complicate crop nutrition and weed control; highlights from Bruce Burnett.June 1 – June 15: This Anhydrous Ammonia Safety and the Farmer video is provided by Fertilizer Canada, partnered with the Canadian Association of Agri-Retailers.
This course video aims to equip farmers with the knowledge to ensure that anhydrous ammonia fertilizer is handled and transported safely.May 15 – May 31: If you’re fearful that seeding legumes will be a waste of time, these producers have tips
Producers offering their advice, some of it hard earned, on topics such as seedbed preparation, nutrients, and weed control.May 1 – May 15: Tools to minimize harvest losses: combine optimization tools, shatter resistance research, etc.
Angela Brackenreed talks about measuring harvest loss and what producers can do to minimize the economic impact