Ag Minute - Spring Rain & Planting
Mar 24, 2017
Darren Hefty talks about how farmers need some rain, but not too much, to get their crops off to a good start.



Ag Minute - Spring Rain & Planting

Ag Minute - Spring Rain & Planting

Darren Hefty talks about how farmers need some rain, but not too much, to get their crops off to a good start.... More
Reviewing Corn Planting Depth And Tips.

Reviewing Corn Planting Depth And Tips.

Find out why you should use today's planting technology to get your corn seeds at a precise depth.... More
Iron Talk - Split-Applying Liquid Nitrogen

Iron Talk - Split-Applying Liquid Nitrogen

In this Iron Talk segment, Darren Hefty gives pointers on finding the right machine for you to properly apply nitrogen in-season.... More
Pasture Management

Pasture Management

The Hefty brothers talk about getting the most "yield" in your pasture - how you can manage your pasture like a crop field - in order to maximize grass production.... More
Hay Producers Should Consider Quality Over Quantity

Hay Producers Should Consider Quality Over Quantity

Dr. Jason Baqnta, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service beef cattle specialist, Overton, and Dr. Vanessa Corriher-Olson AgriLife Extension forage specialist, Overton, discuss the advantages of producing quality hay rather than focusing on quantity. Quality hay can eliminate the need for protein a... More
 Hauling Barley

Hauling Barley

Transferring 6000 bushels of barley.... More
 Swede Midge And Canola

Swede Midge And Canola

Swede midge is a tiny fly that has the potential to do serious harm to canola production in Canada. Watch this video to learn more about this pest.... More

 Planting 2017 Is Here

Planting 2017 Is Here

#plant17 Is Here!... More
 Yield robbing issues occurring now in winter wheat

Yield robbing issues occurring now in winter wheat

Rob Miller, Technical Development Manager at BASF tells how to manage leaf disease and increased weed pressure in our wheat fields due to this year’s unseasonably warmer winter.... More
A new effective tool for integrated pest management

A new effective tool for integrated pest management

Paul Foran, Market Develoment Specialist at Dow AgroSciences introduces us to Delegate an new insecticide Delegate that provides outstanding broad-spectrum control of damaging insects in field corn.... More
Grower Don Nott says Switchgrass Offers Opportunity as a Cover Crop

Grower Don Nott says Switchgrass Offers Opportunity as a Cover Crop

Clinton, Ontario farmer Don Nott says switchgrass offers a huge opportunity for Ontario farmers as a cover crop. Not is a member of the Ontario Biomass Producers Co-operative which is aiming to build membership with grower participation.... More
Climate Changing Crops

Climate Changing Crops

As climate change is affecting weather patterns, The Agenda examines how it is also affecting crop agriculture in Ontario. How are our farmers adapting to changing growing seasons and how is innovation and research helping protect food sources?... More
High Glucosinolate Mustard As A Biofumigant In Vegetable Systems- Part 2

High Glucosinolate Mustard As A Biofumigant In Vegetable Systems- Part 2

In 2015, the Northwest Crops and Soils program of the University of Vermont Extension began studying high glucosinolate mustard as a biofumigant and cover crop in vegetable cropping systems to see its effect on weeds, disease, and yield.... More
Cattle Market Outlook With Rabo AgriFinance

Cattle Market Outlook With Rabo AgriFinance

Russell Nemetz discusses the 2017 cattle market outlook with Don Close of Rabo AgriFinance... More
How Regulatory Rollbacks Could Impact Cattle Producers

How Regulatory Rollbacks Could Impact Cattle Producers

Ethan Lane, Executive Director of the Public Lands Council and NCBA Federal Lands, talks about rollbacks the Trump Administration is making too costly and unneeded federal regulations and how those changes could impact the beef industry... More
 Dori Gingera Beauchemin - Deputy Ag Minister - Manitoba Agriculture

Dori Gingera Beauchemin - Deputy Ag Minister - Manitoba Agriculture

Manitoba Deputy Ag Minister Dori Gingera-Beauchemin talks about the importance of the Ag industry asking the right questions to build public trust.... More
 Canadian Beef Farmers: We Do It For The Love

Canadian Beef Farmers: We Do It For The Love

Why do Canadian beef farmers and ranchers do what they do? They do it for the love. Come hear what they have to say.... More
Switchgrass Targets Fast Growth & Low Nutrient Inputs

Switchgrass Targets Fast Growth & Low Nutrient Inputs

New breeds of switchgrass will offer the benefit to growers of a fast growing crop that requires low nutrient inputs. Roger Samson, Executive Director of REAP Canada, says switchgrass serves as variety of applications... More
Baxter Black: Duck and Run Olympics

Baxter Black: Duck and Run Olympics

Baxter shares a messy tale about one of the hazards of working cattle!... More
Sharing On-Farm Success: Leisure Farms

Sharing On-Farm Success: Leisure Farms

Fruit production in Ontario can be risky business. Weather challenges are a common concern throughout the province. For Mitch Deschatelets, who farms in Northern Ontario, the risks are even greater. See how Mitch accessed GF2 funding to reduce the address weather risks.... More
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