Early Insect Scouting - Justin McMechan
May 30, 2018

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Early Insect Scouting – Justin McMechan, Nebraska Extension cropping systems specialist, lists a few insects that producers should be scouting for during the early development stages of corn and soybeans.
 

Early Insect Scouting - Justin McMechan

Early Insect Scouting - Justin McMechan

Early Insect Scouting – Justin McMechan, Nebraska Extension cropping systems specialist, lists a few insects that producers should be scouting for during the early development stages of corn and soybeans.... More
Market Monitor

Market Monitor

Kim Anderson says even though wheat producers in southern Oklahoma may not benefit from the recent price increase, they are part of the reason it happened.... More
University of Guelph Graduate Student Emma Drake (MSc, Rural Planning & Development)

University of Guelph Graduate Student Emma Drake (MSc, Rural Planning & Development)

Only 5 percent of Canada's total land base is considered prime agricultural land. These lands are made up of Class 1, 2 and 3 soils that are the most productive for agricultural purposes. Ontario is home to 15 percent of Canada's total prime agricultural lands, and contains the most Class 1 soil... More
Early Weed Scouting - Chris Proctor

Early Weed Scouting - Chris Proctor

Early Weed Scouting – Chris Proctor, Nebraska Extension weed management educator, talks about marestail and other early weeds that producers should be scouting for. Chris also shares information on how to control weeds before and after planting .... More
3 Options for Soybeans, following Corn Interseeded with Winter Rye

3 Options for Soybeans, following Corn Interseeded with Winter Rye

Daniel H. Smith, UW-Madison Nutrient and Pest Management Program, shows you a research field with springtime growth of winter rye that was inteseeded into corn rows the previous season. He then lists 3 different options for terminating the rye and planting soybeans.... More
Farmers Make Huge Economic Impact at Planting Time

Farmers Make Huge Economic Impact at Planting Time

When the planters start to roll in South Dakota the economic impact is evident. From seed to fertilizer, farmers make a huge investment planting the crop. Michelle Rook looks at the impact this has on local communities in the state.... More
Vaccinating Broilers Against Salmonella Can Help Reduce Pathogen’s Prevalence at Processing

Vaccinating Broilers Against Salmonella Can Help Reduce Pathogen’s Prevalence at Processing

Vaccination of broilers against Salmonella can help poultry producers reduce the pathogen’s prevalence at processing and may also benefit bird performance, Kalen Cookson, DVM, director of clinical research, Zoetis, told Poultry Health Today.... More

Arrell Global Food Innovation Award (Research) 2018 - Dr. Samuel Myers

Arrell Global Food Innovation Award (Research) 2018 - Dr. Samuel Myers

Arrell Food Institute at the University of Guelph... More
Deb Stark at the Arrell Food Summit, Toronto On.

Deb Stark at the Arrell Food Summit, Toronto On.

Deb Stark - Former Deputy Minister, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs at the Arrell Food Summit, Toronto On.... More
Market Analysis - Elaine Kub

Market Analysis - Elaine Kub

Market Analysis – Elaine Kub, author of “Mastering the Grain Markets,” discusses corn, soybean and wheat markets. Elaine also talks about the uncertain trade discussions between China and the United States.... More
Managing Nitrogen In Corn

Managing Nitrogen In Corn

The Hefty brothers talk about the various factors involved when making in-season nitrogen applications in corn.... More
OVERVIEW - Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways

OVERVIEW - Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways

Traffic safety includes mitigating the risks associated with "Oversized Farm Equipment". County Extension Agents for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Hopkins and Muhlenberg County took to the road to address some the major issues related to transporting oversize farm equipment.... More
Preventing Disease Resistance

Preventing Disease Resistance

When fighting disease in crop, it is important to manage your program properly to avoid creating resistance to fungicides. ... More
IPTV M2M, Market Analyst Sue Martin by Marketing Commodity

IPTV M2M, Market Analyst Sue Martin by Marketing Commodity

Big Oil comes under fire over blending waivers again, and Louisiana businesses help shore up the Gulf Coast. These stories and market analysis with Sue Martin.... More
 Near-record dry conditions in Saskatchewan plaguing farmers

Near-record dry conditions in Saskatchewan plaguing farmers

Despite a wet March, the bulk of Saskatchewan has seen extremely dry conditions for over a year and the province is prone to prolonged cycles of weather.... More
Mental health in agriculture

Mental health in agriculture

Megz Reynolds, a producer from Saskatchewan, discusses the struggles with mental health as a farmer.... More
Big Farm Machines Making Haylage for Dairy Cows

Big Farm Machines Making Haylage for Dairy Cows

Go out in a Western New York alfalfa field with Big Tractor Power to see and hear big farm machines chopping haulage for dairy cow feed.... More
Can Seaweed Cut Methane Emissions on Dairy Farms?

Can Seaweed Cut Methane Emissions on Dairy Farms?

Seaweed may be the super food dairy cattle need to reduce the amount of methane they burp into the atmosphere. Early results from research at the University of California, Davis, indicate that just a touch of the ocean algae in cattle feed could dramatically cut greenhouse gas emissions from Cal... More
Parasite control: When and What Matters

Parasite control: When and What Matters

Harold Newcomb, technical veterinarian for Merck Animal Health, talks about giving your deworming plan some critical thought. The what, where and when matter.... More
Roberta Bondar at the Arrell Food Summit, Guelph ON

Roberta Bondar at the Arrell Food Summit, Guelph ON

Discusses how climate change is affecting agriculture... More
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