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Preparing for a wet harvest

In many ways it’s impossible to plan for a wet harvest, but there are a few ways producers can plan for the worst, maintain grain quality in bins and maximize their profit potential no matter what comes.

Rolling without stones

Land rolling has obvious benefits for managing stones in soybean fields. But should you roll a field that isn’t stony, where the risk of combine damage from stones is very small and wind erosion risk increases?

Stay on the safe side with pre-harvest glyphosate

Glyphosate is an important crop protection tool in a producer's arsenal, but improper usage could threaten market access for Canadian grain and limit its longevity in Canada.
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Improving guidelines for harvesting canola

Thanks to improved pod shatter-resistant canola hybrids and other factors, there’s a growing movement across the Canadian prairies towards straight cutting canola rather than swathing the crop at harvest time. Brian Beres, agronomy research scientist at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in Lethbridge, Alta., believes the swing towards straight cutting in canola is part of a larger trend in agriculture. » Learn more

Podcast: A grain storage primer

This bonus episode of Inputs features our Western Field Editor, Bruce Barker, and Charley Sprenger, project leader with the Prairie Agriculture Machinery Institute. Bruce and Charley chat about grain storage principles, aeration, preventing grain spoilage and much more. » Learn more
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