Category: Cargill

Growing Series, Ep. 8: Dealing with Wet Spring Fields

By: Guest Author

April 13, 2017

Saturated conditions last fall, combined with above normal snowfall for some areas, has many western Canadian farmers impatiently waiting for warm,...Read more »

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Growing Series, Ep 7: How to Build a Fertilizer Plan

By: RealAgriculture Agronomy Team

December 30, 2016

You spend valuable time choosing the right variety of each crop type — are you sure you’re supplying that crop with all that it needs to reach...Read more »

Growing Series Podcast, Ep. 6: Test the Value of Soil Tests

By: RealAgriculture Agronomy Team

December 12, 2016

Do you test your soil? Do you test every field every year? What’s your strategy? If you’re still not sure about the value of soil tests or the...Read more »

Growing Series, Ep. 5: Boost Agronomics & Profitability with the 4Rs

By: RealAgriculture Agronomy Team

November 28, 2016

Do you know the 4Rs of crop nutrient management? If you’re concerned nutrient management planning is synonymous with red tape and added costs, you...Read more »

Growing Series, Ep 4: Cool New Tech in Cereal Genetics

By: RealAgriculture Agronomy Team

November 15, 2016

Why is it that, on the same farm, you’ll see super great, brand-new canola varieties growing right next to old wheat genetics? In this episode of...Read more »

Growing Series – Ep3 – Marketability of Poor-Quality Wheat

By: Rhett Soveran

November 7, 2016

SPONSORED CONTENT What a year 2016 has been. Maintaining the quality of this crop through tough summer conditions and the epic harvest weather...Read more »

Growing Series, Ep. 2: Get Set to Straight Cut Canola

By: Rhett Soveran

October 19, 2016

Sponsored Post: If harvest efficiency is what you’re after, straight-cutting canola looks mighty appealing. But, as with any new practice on the...Read more »

Growing Series, Ep. 1: Take a Page from 2016 When Writing Your Plan for Next Year

By: Rhett Soveran

September 27, 2016

Sponsored Post: If the average farmer starts making key decisions on their farm in their early 30s and farms into their 70s, you’ve got about 40...Read more »