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Corn School: Best strategies for planting into rye

August 10, 2022

When it comes to planting and establishing corn in a cereal rye cover crop, the growing corn can be adversely impacted by rye’s allelopathic effects, the release of chemicals that inhibit the plant’s growth. On this episod...

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Fertilizer sanctions expected to continue into 2023 crop year

August 10, 2022

With 2022 harvest knocking at the door, producers are starting to look ahead to the 2023 growing season, and it appears the Canadian government will continue to impose its 35 per cent sanctions on fertilizer from Russia an...

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Soybean School: New test helps find best variety for fighting phythophthera root rot

August 10, 2022

Researchers at Laval University in Quebec have developed a hydroponic lab test that could allow growers and agronomists to better deploy genetic resistance and tolerance in the fight against phytophthora root rot in soybea...

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When looking at sustainable crops — is hemp the answer?

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Soybean School: Measuring canopy closure in a snap

August 02, 2022

Keeping a close eye on crop canopy development can help growers better manage soybean crops. On this episode of the RealAgriculture Soybean School, AGRIS Co-operative agronomist Dale Cowan shares how he uses Canopeo, a fre...

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Corn School: Field testing biostimulants for yield & ROI

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Give thanks to drought-tolerant corn hybrids

July 26, 2022

Extended dryness is affecting corn and soybean fields across much of Ontario’s main growing regions. Such conditions allow decades of improvements in drought tolerance genetics to shine. Read more on the benefits of drough...

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New strip-till factsheets for ON farmers

July 18, 2022

Did you know that there are two new resources on strip-tillage in Ontario? Earlier this year, OMAFRA released two factsheets on strip-till with information specific to Ontario’s climate, soils, and farmer experiences. Find...

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Soil School: Rebuilding organic matter with Andy Kieraszewicz

July 08, 2022

On this episode of the RealAgriculture Soil School, Andy Kieraszewicz shares what has happened to his soil over the past decade after he turned to a mushroom compost mulch to help rebuild badly eroded knolls.

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The Agronomists, Ep 74: Scott Chalmers & Greg Vermeersch on relay & intercropping

July 08, 2022

How do we increase our diversity with the same amount of land? One consideration is relay or intercropping. Lyndsey Smith leads this episode of The Agronomists with guests Greg Vermeersch of VanMeer Farms, and Scott Chalme...

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Soybean School: Rolling the dice on double crop beans

July 08, 2022

Wheat harvest is underway in Ontario and many cash crop farmers are wondering whether they should plant those acres to soybeans and take advantage of double cropping. Find out more on the decision from this RealAgriculture...

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Ethanol demand survives skyrocketing gasoline prices

July 08, 2022

Stratospheric gasoline prices don’t appear to be having a huge impact on ethanol demand, which is a good thing for grain prices, says an analyst. Read more on ethanol demand from this Western Producer article.

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Soy Canada still optimistic about acreage expansion in Western Canada

July 03, 2022

Soy Canada remains optimistic about its lofty goals for soybean acres in Western Canada. In 2017, the national organization set a target for 10 million acres across the country by 2027, with six million in Western Canada. ...

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