AGGronomyTV Nov 1 – 15: Tips for Sask Soybean Growers
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.
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 December 1 – 15: Timing of nitrogen application critical
Nitrogen application timing and the systems to apply the nutrient continue to be studied as new products come to market and market forces are applied to operations on the farm. Rigas Karamanos of Koch Agronomic Services speaks to current work at the Glacier Discovery Farm near Langham, Sask.November 15 – 30: Was your winter wheat prepped for survival?
Was your winter wheat in good shape before the snow arrived? Manitoba Co-operator editor Gord Gilmour speaks with agronomist Ken Gross of Ducks Unlimited Canada about winter wheat crops in Manitoba and what he looks for when assessing plants to determine if they’re off to a healthy start.November 1 – 15: Grasshopper staging
John Gavloski, entomologist with Manitoba Agriculture, offers his experience on staging grasshoppers and why their third to fourth juvenile stage is likely your ideal time to spray for effective control.October 15 – 31: Coding camp for kids aimed at building interest in ag tech
Teresa Vallotton of FarmFemmes is aiming to pique the interest of kids for future careers in agricultural technology.October 1 – 15: Ontario soybean yields could be a record
Don Kabbes, general manager of Great Lakes Grain, talks with John Greig, editor of Farmtario about Ontario yield numbers and why crops have grown well this year.September 15 – 30: Fungicide in corn silage
Farmtario reporter Jennifer Glenney speaks with agronomist Michelle Baker at Millstone Crop Service in Blyth, Ont., about considerations when using fungicides on corn destined for silage. Video by Jennifer Glenney.September 1 – 15: Managing soil health from the ground up
Soil scientist Stephen Crittenden with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada offered a presentation earlier this year on soil health. As producers are likely to face more and new extremes that challenge their crops, identifying management practices that complement the soil and water in their respective growing regions will be essential. Video by Greg BergAugust 15 – 31: Making cover crops work in Manitoba
Yvonne Lawley with the University of Manitoba goes over her AgDays 2020 presentation that looked at the types of cover crops that grow well in Manitoba and how implementing the right cover crop “cocktail” in your rotation can help improve soil health and improve yields. Video by Greg Berg.