“They’re throwing down roots and finding their way,” says Currah who’s seen little evidence in his territory of leaf yellowing and browning off, which is the true indicator of plants suffering from drought.
Soybean School: How Long Can Planted Seed Wait for Rain?
In this episode of Real Agriculture Soybean School, Pride Seeds Market Agronomist Ken Currah offers tips on how growers can evaluate planted seed to determine whether it’s still viable and whether it’s time replant...
Corn School - Real Agriculture
Ken Currah looks back at spring planting conditions and discusses challenges growers could face after a backward spring produced slow-drying soils that were tricky to manage.
Market development agronomist Aaron Stevanus plants a variable rate plot with Erin Eagen Duquette from Veritas Farm Management in Elmira Ontario.
Dan Foster talks about neonic paperwork, how to know if your field is fit and more to help you through #plant16 this spring.
Precision Agriculture is currently the new buzzword in crop production, and while only in its infancy, will offer tremendous advancement opportunities in production yields and cost efficiencies. Read more hellip;...