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Germination Jun 24
New podcast episode! They said it couldn't be done, but beat the clock and built its new facility in under 6 months. Tom Greaves sits down to talk about Western Canada's largest family-owned pedigreed seed processing facility.
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Skyler Anderson 17h
What is the FHB risk in SW sask? We have had some decent rains and if the forecast holds I can’t help but think the risk higher. Will have to make a decision soon. Thoughts?
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Ashley Robinson Jun 25
Rapeseed production in France is down because of bugs and a EU pesticide ban is stopping farmers from spraying for said bugs, which means the EU will need to import more canola this year
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Jeff Elder Jun 17
New tips & caps are extremely tight and there’s 80 to put on the sprayer. They were ripping up my hands pretty bad so I made a tool out of something that’s likely laying around every Canadian farm.
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SK Stock Growers Jun 22
Meat belongs on Canadians’ plates, says dietitian
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Allison Farms Jun 20
Anyone seen canola recover from this hail damage? Stems broken in more than one place.
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Brian Cross Jun 24
Past week's rainfall totals across Western Canada, courtesy of Trevor Hadwen at
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Stamp Seeds 🌱 12h
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Simon Ellis Jun 20
Any tips for getting grass seed to feed properly and not bridge in a 5400 ih zero till drill?
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Kris Cherewyk PAg CCA 12h
Pod shatter resistant genetics are going to come in handy in previously dry canola fields this fall. Save these fields for harvest/swathing last if you can.
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Stamp Seeds 🌱 10h
Customers Sadash VB soft wheat on irrigation at flag leaf. Will become at silage time 👌
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John 13h
Dry conditions in La Crete, crops struggling, forrest fires burning
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Jared Haight Jun 24
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Cole Davenport Jun 21
This 1952 International “Demonstrator” made its first and likely final appearance at Farm Progress this year as the antique tractor display comes to a close. More tonight on and online now:
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Freeform Plastics 14h
If Mud's flying - check out Fenderco - fenders for trucks and trailers, and any make of grader - Freefrom Plastics - Call or email us for a quote - 306-999-4610 - sales@freeformplastics.com
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Leeann Minogue 11h
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Corteva Canada 18h
Timing is everything. If you are looking to control leafy spurge in your permanent grazing pasture, you will want to apply Tordon 22K or Grazon XC when the plants are in true flower stage. This is when the green flowers are present inside of the yellow bracts.
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John Guelly🌱🚜🇨🇦 Jun 23
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Craig Shand 9h
Thunderstorms are always noiser inside a tin shed
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Nutrilytical 20h
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