Saving Time While Scouting for Sugarcane Aphids
Aug 09, 2019

Video: Saving Time While Scouting for Sugarcane Aphids

Tom Royer show us how sorghum producers can save time while scouting for sugarcane aphids.
 

Saving Time While Scouting for Sugarcane Aphids

Saving Time While Scouting for Sugarcane Aphids

Tom Royer show us how sorghum producers can save time while scouting for sugarcane aphids.... More
Seasonal Workers in Canada: A Farmer’s Perspective

Seasonal Workers in Canada: A Farmer’s Perspective

Fruit and vegetable farming is labour intensive and many Canadian farmers, like Murray, have difficulty finding workers to fill the numerous seasonal positions needed to help plant, manage, and harvest their crops. The Seasonal Agricultural Workers’ Program (SAWP) brings workers from Mexico, Jam... More
How to Climb a 75ft Silo | Ontario Dairy Farm Tour

How to Climb a 75ft Silo | Ontario Dairy Farm Tour

Where Jun and Matt encounter cows, climb giant silos, and learn about life and work in an Ontario Dairy Farm.... More
The Risk of China

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There is reason to fear that Canada’s federal elections in October could become the latest target in a mounting challenge to democratic processes worldwide. Given rising Sino-Canadian tensions, Ottawa needs to contend with the possibility of election interference by Beijing.... More
Nitrogen-Producing Plants

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U of G research explores the use of special probiotics to help plants make their own nitrogen fertilizer.... More
Growing Biointensively with Kootenay Society for Sustainable Living

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Young Agrarians visited Kootenay Society for Sustainable Living on a property in Meadowbrook, BC. The society undertakes crop trials, workshops, tours, research and demonstrations following the biointensive growing principles of John Jeavons, found in his work 'How to Grow More Vegetables'.... More
Crop spraying July 14, 2019

Crop spraying July 14, 2019

Aerial crop spraying, Saskatchewan... More

Cleaning wheat seed for the 2019 crop year!

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Boyd Charles (Farmer, Stoughton, SK) and Marla Carlson (Executive Director, SaskOrganics) share the why, what, and how of transitioning to organic production, and we see what yields Boyd got on an organic wheat field this year.... More
Iron Talk - Seeding Cover Crops

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Darren Hefty explains the challenges of and possible solutions to successfully seeding a cover crop.... More
Market Facilitation Program Information

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Glenn Selk explains research into shorter gestation periods of summer calving cows.... More
A Pig

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See how this Ohio farmer and his family take care of their pigs. Their pigs live in barns to keep protected from the heat and extreme cold. Everyone in the family is involved with the farm.... More
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Tennessee Angus producer Luke Mason talks about learning from the Beef Leaders Institute and sharing that at home, along with results from retaining ownership on feed.... More
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GRASS FED DAIRY FARM TOUR : Health Coach Kait... More
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We're at Cherry Avenue Farms in Lincoln Ontario (Beamsville) for their annual pick your own cherries... More
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ESN Smart Grower Retailer Blair Mutcher recommends ESN to his Manitoba farm customers

ESN Smart Grower Retailer Blair Mutcher recommends ESN to his Manitoba farm customers

Nutrien Ag Solutions retailer Blair Mutcher believes good customer service begins with getting to know the customer’s land and farm. With a high amount of leaching in the Red River Valley, he recommends ESN for his Manitoba farm customers.... More
Big Farm Machines Harvesting Vegetables

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In this video we spend time hearing and seeing the big machines that harvest green beans, green peas, sweet corn, cucumbers, onions and potatoes.... More
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