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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 field
May 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.
April 16 – 30 Four equipment manufacturers display their seed treaters
These presentations were part of an event hosted by Bayer that focused on seed treatment.
Apr 1 – 15 Corn Yield Competition Winner Announced
Allan Dawson asked Baker Colony’s Mack Waldner how they’ve managed to win 5 times.
March 16 – 31 Knowing how to save a trapped farmer is essential for every rescue crew.
Canadian Agricultural Safety Association, using a grain entrapment demonstration, showing how quickly a person can become entrapped
March 1 – 15 These agriculture greenhouses are also used to provide plant material for educational purposes.
See first-hand how agronomic practices and products affect crops, through examining living plants and diseased specimens.
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.
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