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Thanks for tuning into this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio! Join Jim McCormick of AgMarket.net for a market update; Hear some Canadian Farmer Sentiment Index data on market direction and confidence in marketing plans; Plus, don’t miss the top agriculture news stories! Thoughts on something we talked about on the show? Connect with host Shaun... …
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Thanks for tuning into this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio! Join Jim McCormick of AgMarket.net for a market update; Hear some Canadian Farmer Sentiment Index data on market direction and confidence in marketing plans; Plus, don’t miss the top agriculture news stories! Thoughts on something we talked about on the show? Connect with host Shaun... …
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It’s a long one! Peter Johnson has lots to say on this episode of Wheat Pete’s Word. It starts with road safety. Be careful out there, especially when turning with traffic behind you. Planting is finishing up for many in Ontario, but some growers just can’t seem to catch a break and miss the rain;... Read More…
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It’s a long one! Peter Johnson has lots to say on this episode of Wheat Pete’s Word. It starts with road safety. Be careful out there, especially when turning with traffic behind you. Planting is finishing up for many in Ontario, but some growers just can’t seem to catch a break and miss the rain;... Read More…
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The draft 2023 Farm Bill passed by the Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives Agriculture Committee last week is facing an uphill battle to gain approval from enough Democrat lawmakers ahead of a looming September 30th deadline on the extension of the 2018 Farm Bill. The House committee bill would increase support for farm commodity programs,…
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The draft 2023 Farm Bill passed by the Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives Agriculture Committee last week is facing an uphill battle to gain approval from enough Democrat lawmakers ahead of a looming September 30th deadline on the extension of the 2018 Farm Bill. The House committee bill would increase support for farm commodity programs,…
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While it is well understood that beneficial insects are an important factor in crop pest management, there has been little research into how aware farmers are of the insects that contribute to successful harvests. Beneficial species such as lady beetles, lacewings and ground beetles can help reduce the need to spray and can be hard... Read More…
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While it is well understood that beneficial insects are an important factor in crop pest management, there has been little research into how aware farmers are of the insects that contribute to successful harvests. Beneficial species such as lady beetles, lacewings and ground beetles can help reduce the need to spray and can be hard... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning into this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Jim Wiesemeyer with Pro Farmer to give us an update on the Farm Bill process in the U.S.; John Barlow, shadow minister of agriculture for the Conservative Party of Canada, with an update on Bill C-234... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning into this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Jim Wiesemeyer with Pro Farmer to give us an update on the Farm Bill process in the U.S.; John Barlow, shadow minister of agriculture for the Conservative Party of Canada, with an update on Bill C-234... Read More…
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A plant growth regulator (PGR) can play a key role in helping growers manage the impact of lodging in spring and winter wheat crops. But growers have plenty of management decisions to consider to effectively use a PGR to reduce lodging, increase harvestability and protect and increase grain yield. Reducing lodging starts with selecting a... Read Mo…
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A plant growth regulator (PGR) can play a key role in helping growers manage the impact of lodging in spring and winter wheat crops. But growers have plenty of management decisions to consider to effectively use a PGR to reduce lodging, increase harvestability and protect and increase grain yield. Reducing lodging starts with selecting a... Read Mo…
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So many decisions that influence yield need to be made throughout the growing season, and it begins with the optimal seeding rate. As discussed in this Wheat School episode, seeding rate is a factor in tillering, tiller timing, and head size. The ideal seeding rate can also help with a smoother harvest and to time... Read More…
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So many decisions that influence yield need to be made throughout the growing season, and it begins with the optimal seeding rate. As discussed in this Wheat School episode, seeding rate is a factor in tillering, tiller timing, and head size. The ideal seeding rate can also help with a smoother harvest and to time... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning into this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Sean McKnight with BASF Canada on herbicide layering; Hear a spotlight interview with Matt Chapple of PRIDE Seeds; and, Peter Johnson with RealAgriculture to discuss stripe rust, early season weed control, and more! Thoughts on... R…
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Thanks for tuning into this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Sean McKnight with BASF Canada on herbicide layering; Hear a spotlight interview with Matt Chapple of PRIDE Seeds; and, Peter Johnson with RealAgriculture to discuss stripe rust, early season weed control, and more! Thoughts on... R…
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Thanks for tuning in to this episode of RealAg on the Weekend! On this weekend’s show, with host Shaun Haney: What was discussed at the trilateral trade meeting with Canada, the US and Mexico; What would you ask Stephanie Beck, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Agri Food Canada to do? Hear the Beef Market Update... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this episode of RealAg on the Weekend! On this weekend’s show, with host Shaun Haney: What was discussed at the trilateral trade meeting with Canada, the US and Mexico; What would you ask Stephanie Beck, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Agri Food Canada to do? Hear the Beef Market Update... Read More…
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It seems that when the spring hits each year, images start showing up on social media asking if a newly discovered arachnid might be a tick. While ticks have been a common sight in Ontario and Manitoba for a while now, they seem to be venturing further west as they travel on migratory birds. Along... Read More…
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It seems that when the spring hits each year, images start showing up on social media asking if a newly discovered arachnid might be a tick. While ticks have been a common sight in Ontario and Manitoba for a while now, they seem to be venturing further west as they travel on migratory birds. Along... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Friday edition of RealAg Radio! Shaun Haney is joined by Anne Wasko of the Gateway Livestock Exchange for a Beef Market Update. Haney is then joined by Kelvin Heppner and Lyndsey Smith, both of RealAgriculture, for the RealAg Issues Panel. They discuss a number of topics, including: An update... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Friday edition of RealAg Radio! Shaun Haney is joined by Anne Wasko of the Gateway Livestock Exchange for a Beef Market Update. Haney is then joined by Kelvin Heppner and Lyndsey Smith, both of RealAgriculture, for the RealAg Issues Panel. They discuss a number of topics, including: An update... Read More…
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Rain makes grain, sure, but rain also makes green grass which makes for a very happy Anne Wasko of the Gateway Livestock Exchange, who joins Shaun Haney for this episode of the Beef Market Update. Green grass in many parts of the Prairies is a welcome change compared to the last few years, and it’s... Read More…
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Rain makes grain, sure, but rain also makes green grass which makes for a very happy Anne Wasko of the Gateway Livestock Exchange, who joins Shaun Haney for this episode of the Beef Market Update. Green grass in many parts of the Prairies is a welcome change compared to the last few years, and it’s... Read More…
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There are lots of good things happening as heads emerge in Ontario winter wheat fields. There’s plenty of potential but final yield will likely be determined by how the crop deals with the many stresses it could encounter between now and harvest. What role could biostimulants play in managing those stresses? Could this burgeoning category... Read M…
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There are lots of good things happening as heads emerge in Ontario winter wheat fields. There’s plenty of potential but final yield will likely be determined by how the crop deals with the many stresses it could encounter between now and harvest. What role could biostimulants play in managing those stresses? Could this burgeoning category... Read M…
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Controlling weed populations in fields destined for pulse crops is complicated by a few factors, including pulse sensitivity to carryover, poor early crop competition, and herbicide-resistant problem weeds. Sean McKnight, technical marketing specialist for herbicides with BASF, explains in this Pulse School episode how the concept of herbicide laye…
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Controlling weed populations in fields destined for pulse crops is complicated by a few factors, including pulse sensitivity to carryover, poor early crop competition, and herbicide-resistant problem weeds. Sean McKnight, technical marketing specialist for herbicides with BASF, explains in this Pulse School episode how the concept of herbicide laye…
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It seems that everywhere you go right now, farmers are talking about cover crops. Producers across the country are not only using a diverse plant mix to provide feed for livestock, but also as potential solutions to compaction, a lack of nutrient availability, and to address weed issues in their fields. In this Farming Forward... Read More…
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It seems that everywhere you go right now, farmers are talking about cover crops. Producers across the country are not only using a diverse plant mix to provide feed for livestock, but also as potential solutions to compaction, a lack of nutrient availability, and to address weed issues in their fields. In this Farming Forward... Read More…
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The Manitoba Crop Alliance is now four years old, and the amalgamation of five producer groups is moving on from getting itself up and running to charting big things for its next strategic plan. The organization that represents spring and winter wheat, flax, sunflower and barley growers in Manitoba has a focused vision for the... Read More…
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The Manitoba Crop Alliance is now four years old, and the amalgamation of five producer groups is moving on from getting itself up and running to charting big things for its next strategic plan. The organization that represents spring and winter wheat, flax, sunflower and barley growers in Manitoba has a focused vision for the... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Thursday edition on RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada! On this week’s Farmer Rapid Fire, host Lyndsey Smith checks in with: Ryan McCarron of Antigonish, N.S.; Brianne Brown of Yarker, Ont.; Jason Kehler of Carmen, Man.; and, Jake Leguee of Fillmore, Sask. Plus, we will hear... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Thursday edition on RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada! On this week’s Farmer Rapid Fire, host Lyndsey Smith checks in with: Ryan McCarron of Antigonish, N.S.; Brianne Brown of Yarker, Ont.; Jason Kehler of Carmen, Man.; and, Jake Leguee of Fillmore, Sask. Plus, we will hear... Read More…
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Governments in many countries are enacting policies aimed at mitigating climate change — massive subsidies, carbon levies, and strict regulations — that also have consequences on trade flows. Billions of dollars of incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act in the U.S., the Canadian government’s carbon taxes, and the EU’s biofuel feedstock requireme…
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Governments in many countries are enacting policies aimed at mitigating climate change — massive subsidies, carbon levies, and strict regulations — that also have consequences on trade flows. Billions of dollars of incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act in the U.S., the Canadian government’s carbon taxes, and the EU’s biofuel feedstock requireme…
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What a difference a week makes! For many parts of Ontario, corn and soybeans are up and loving the heat, but the mid and eastern parts of the province are still struggling to get the crop in as conditions are quite wet. The early warmth has also brought on stripe rust in wheat (scout!), more... Read More…
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What a difference a week makes! For many parts of Ontario, corn and soybeans are up and loving the heat, but the mid and eastern parts of the province are still struggling to get the crop in as conditions are quite wet. The early warmth has also brought on stripe rust in wheat (scout!), more... Read More…
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Fast-moving, highly destructive stripe rust is popping up in winter wheat fields across Ontario. RealAgriculture agronomist Peter Johnson says the disease is a significant threat to the crop and can cause up to 50 per cent yield loss if not managed properly. He stresses that timely fungicide applications are crucial for controlling the disease. In.…
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Fast-moving, highly destructive stripe rust is popping up in winter wheat fields across Ontario. RealAgriculture agronomist Peter Johnson says the disease is a significant threat to the crop and can cause up to 50 per cent yield loss if not managed properly. He stresses that timely fungicide applications are crucial for controlling the disease. In.…
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Thanks for tuning into this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Carlo Dade with the Canada West Foundation on Canada facing major trade hurdles; Pam de Rocquigny with the Manitoba Crop Alliance on the organization’s new strategic plan; and, Hear a clip from the Farm Safety Roundup... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning into this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Carlo Dade with the Canada West Foundation on Canada facing major trade hurdles; Pam de Rocquigny with the Manitoba Crop Alliance on the organization’s new strategic plan; and, Hear a clip from the Farm Safety Roundup... Read More…
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Farms are workplaces where interaction with several classes of chemicals is inevitable. Chemicals can enter the body in different ways: through inhalation, absorption, ingestion and injection, so it’s important for farmers and farm workers to understand the risk associated with each type of chemical and how to avoid exposure whenever possible. For …
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Farms are workplaces where interaction with several classes of chemicals is inevitable. Chemicals can enter the body in different ways: through inhalation, absorption, ingestion and injection, so it’s important for farmers and farm workers to understand the risk associated with each type of chemical and how to avoid exposure whenever possible. For …
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Thanks for tuning in to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio. Host Shaun Haney discusses a number of topics from the Canadian Farmer Sentiment Index results from current and future farm financial performance as well as market direction. Haney then discusses the question, “what was I thinking?” and learning from that. Thoughts on something we... Rea…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio. Host Shaun Haney discusses a number of topics from the Canadian Farmer Sentiment Index results from current and future farm financial performance as well as market direction. Haney then discusses the question, “what was I thinking?” and learning from that. Thoughts on something we... Rea…
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Technology is making it easier for nutritionists and producers to manage dairy cow diets. Trouw Nutrition Canada’s DNA Connect is a new mobile app that allows feed managers to change dry matter levels and update diets with a click of a button. In this report from the Canadian Dairy XPO in Stratford, Ont., Elgin Feeds... Read More…
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Technology is making it easier for nutritionists and producers to manage dairy cow diets. Trouw Nutrition Canada’s DNA Connect is a new mobile app that allows feed managers to change dry matter levels and update diets with a click of a button. In this report from the Canadian Dairy XPO in Stratford, Ont., Elgin Feeds... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this episode of RealAg on the Weekend! On this weekend’s show, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Jeremy Boychyn with Alberta Grains on the fusarium head blight risk mapping tool; Sarah Healy with Stratus Ag Research on the use of bio-stimulants; Justine Hendricks with Farm Credit Canada on the new... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this episode of RealAg on the Weekend! On this weekend’s show, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Jeremy Boychyn with Alberta Grains on the fusarium head blight risk mapping tool; Sarah Healy with Stratus Ag Research on the use of bio-stimulants; Justine Hendricks with Farm Credit Canada on the new... Read More…
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