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Artificial intelligence fine-tunes fertilizer applications for berry & citrus crops

November 30, 2022

Variable rate technology has been slow to establish on a broad-scale in agriculture, but there is always more to learn about the technology and its applications. Arnold Schumann is a researcher and professor with the Unive...

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Edible Bean School: Finding a fit for adzuki beans

November 30, 2022

On this episode of the RealAgriculture Edible Bean School, host Bernard Tobin discussed adzuki end uses, market opportunities and agronomics with Hensall Co-op’s origination manager Wade Bickell and field marketer Barry Ca...

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The Agronomists: John Heard, Peter Johnson, & Greg Stewart on managing N losses

November 22, 2022

Managing nitrogen fertilizer is a balancing of economic considerations, yield goals, and environmental implications. With both increased fertilizer prices and scrutiny on N fertilizer emissions, this episode of The Agronom...

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The Sharp Edge: Stripping cereal rye into corn production

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2022 canola seasonal summary

November 22, 2022

There was roughly 36,800 acres of spring canola insured by Agricorp in 2022. Compared to 2021, planted acreage across Ontario was similar. Roughly 10,600 acres of winter canola was seeded the fall of 2021 and insured by Ag...

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Soybean School: Herbicide tips for planting soybeans after winter wheat failure

November 15, 2022

Winter is not always kind to fall-planted wheat. Sometimes thin stands and winter kill make for a poor economic outlook and growers need to take it out and plant another crop. What do growers need to think about if they de...

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Wheat School: Strategies for record-setting winter wheat

November 15, 2022

Ontario set a new record for average winter wheat yield this year at 99.7 bu/ac. On this episode of the RealAgriculture Wheat School, Peter Johnson takes a look at the condition of the 2023 crop, one he says could break th...

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Slow corn movement out of ON weighs heavily on planned deliveries, basis

November 15, 2022Read Article

Discrepancy shows up in wheat ending stock estimates

November 15, 2022

Agriculture Canada is forecasting 6.2 million tonnes of all wheat ending stocks. The USDA is substantially lower at 4.17 million tonnes. That is a critically important difference because ending stocks are highly correlated...

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There's no such thing as greedflation, says Grier

November 05, 2022

Despite the rate of inflation slowing, food prices continue to tell a different story. The latest grocery report released by Kevin Grier Market Analysis and Consulting lays out what’s behind the increasing cost of food, wi...

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The Agronomists: Soybean seed trouble & corn disease with Horst Bohner & Albert Tenuta

November 04, 2022

For this episode of The Agronomists on RealAgriculture, guest host Bernard Tobin guides guests Horst Bohner and Albert Tenuta, both with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) on an exploratio...

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Corn School: Testing gibberella samples accurately

November 04, 2022

It appears in 2022 that Ontario growers have little to worry about when it comes to corn ear moulds such as gibberella contributing to elevated levels of mycotoxins in the corn crop. On this episode of RealAgriculture Corn...

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Wheat Pete's Word: Raking corn, header wagons, really ultra early wheat, & maturity versus yield

November 04, 2022

What does triticale have to do with reduced soybean yields? What’s the payoff to longer season hybrids? And why on earth would someone rake up corn?! Watch this RealAgriculture episode of Wheat Pete’s Word for all these an...

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