Solar Corridors for Soil Health - Q&A
Jul 27, 2021

Video: Solar Corridors for Soil Health - Q&A

The Soil Health Nexus is hosting a series of informal soil health webinars featuring Extension soil health experts and researchers from across the region discussing the latest soil health research, resources, and news. This edition features Joel Gruver, Associate Professor of Soil
 

Solar Corridors for Soil Health - Q&A

Solar Corridors for Soil Health - Q&A

The Soil Health Nexus is hosting a series of informal soil health webinars featuring Extension soil health experts and researchers from across the region discussing the latest soil health research, resources, and news. This edition features Joel Gruver, Associate Professor of Soil... More
In The Lab – Hands-On Wheat Breeding

In The Lab – Hands-On Wheat Breeding

Izabela Ciechanowska, wheat breeding technician with the U of A gives an explanation and demonstration on how wheat crosses are made.... More
Effects of Zinc Fertilization to Safen Herbicide Rates in Peas

Effects of Zinc Fertilization to Safen Herbicide Rates in Peas

Effects of Zinc Fertilization to Safen Herbicide Rates in Peas by WARC and the University of Saskatchewan College of Agriculture. As part of Jocelyn Leidl's undergraduate thesis at the University of Saskatchewan, College of Agriculture.... More
Pre-Harvest Glyphosate Application in Canola

Pre-Harvest Glyphosate Application in Canola

Angela Brackenreed, Harvest and Storage Lead for the Crop Production and Innovation Team with the Canola Council of Canada discusses proper pre-harvest Glyphosate application.... More
Lentil Herbicide Layering

Lentil Herbicide Layering

Lentil Herbicide Layering is a Strategic Field Research Project (SFP) funded by the Canadian Agriculture Partnership through the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture. Presented by John Ippolito, Crop Extension Specialist with the Government of Saskatchewan.... More
Graham McLean talks about the 2021 soybean crop

Graham McLean talks about the 2021 soybean crop

Graham McLean is a crop specialist with AGRIS Co-operative in Glencoe. Graham discusses the 2021 soybean crop.... More
Digital Soil Mapping

Digital Soil Mapping

All soils were not created equally. Often, we think of soil variability on a large scale, between regions or counties, but soil properties can also differ within a field. With this being the case, using the same management strategies across the field can have negative economic and environmental ... More

JJNS Farms - Planting corn and working ground Day 4

JJNS Farms - Planting corn and working ground Day 4

This video was on our 4th day of planting this year. Driving tractors, planting corn, spreading fertilizer, and cultivating fields!... More
Ag Talk: Water as an Economic Driver

Ag Talk: Water as an Economic Driver

Canada's Farm Show - Speaker: Kevin France, Agriculture Services Water Security Ag Talk: Water as an Economic Driver... More
Side-Dressing Corn Silage with Nitrogen for Higher Tonnage and Higher Quality?

Side-Dressing Corn Silage with Nitrogen for Higher Tonnage and Higher Quality?

Pioneer Seeds - Side-Dressing Corn Silage with Nitrogen for Higher Tonnage and Higher Quality?... More
Germination Insiders: Why Nexeed

Germination Insiders: Why Nexeed's Rod Cockerline Wants You to Bring Him Your Problems

Rod Cockerline, vice-president sales for Nexeed, explains why booking an in-person demo is a great thing to do now that we're turning the corner on the pandemic.... More
Hoof Trimming, Dirt Work, and Rehabbing a Cow!

Hoof Trimming, Dirt Work, and Rehabbing a Cow!

SaskDutch Kid - Hoof Trimming, Dirt Work, and Rehabbing a Cow!... More
Hail storms and breaking old hay land!

Hail storms and breaking old hay land!

South Sask Farmer - Hail storms and breaking old hay land!... More
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Let's get the GREEN PEAS off before we get more rain and my field floods

We are a family farm in Ontario showing you what we do on are farm to produce eggs. today we are harvesting are green peas its still wet out and we are still getting way to much rain.... More
Corn Prices & Feedlot Margins

Corn Prices & Feedlot Margins

Mike Briggs, Briggs Feedyard Manager, analyzes how crop prices, the weather and input costs are impacting cattle producers. Mike also previews USDA’s Cattle Inventory Report.... More
Why it Pays to Conduct Regular Water-quality Checkups

Why it Pays to Conduct Regular Water-quality Checkups

Water is as important for the growth and health of pigs as feed. As such, it makes sense to test a hog unit’s water just as frequently as the feed, according to Jim Kober, DVM, water quality-consultant, Holland, Michigan.... More
Bipartisan Senate Bill Would Kill Corn Ethanol Mandate

Bipartisan Senate Bill Would Kill Corn Ethanol Mandate

Ethanol, predominately made from corn, has been a federal mainstay in the U.S. gasoline supply for more than 15 years. Over the past few weeks, the ethanol industry has been enduring increasing pressure from its opponents over blending everywhere from the refinery to the pump.... More
Lumber Price Increase Not a Benefit to Private Landowners

Lumber Price Increase Not a Benefit to Private Landowners

Over the past year, housing prices have reached an all-time high. A major reason for that is the cost of lumber going through the roof. But as Damon Jones reports, despite the surge, private landowners have yet to see any of the benefits.... More
Crop tour, northern Alberta

Crop tour, northern Alberta

Had to,go check the crops after our half inch of rain the other day, things are looking good so far. The Barley, Wheat, canola, oats and PEAOLA crops all handled the heat was pretty well. We were glad to have the rain though... More
Chopping Barley Silage / Day 1

Chopping Barley Silage / Day 1

Chopping Barley Silage / Day 1 | SaskDutch Kid... More
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