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Richardson to double canola crush capacity at Yorkton facility

Richardson has announced a significant investment in their canola crush plant in Yorkton, Sask. In addition to doubling its processing capacity, the project will improve efficiency and modernize the facility.

MPSG’s spring issue of Pulse Beat now available

Published three times per year by the Manitoba Pulse and Soybean Growers, Pulse Beat offers information on production, policy and research results for pulse and soybean crops in a Manitoba context.

Podcast: Dealing with disruption

Has COVID-19 taught the agriculture industry how to pivot quickly? Ag editor Bree Rody speaks with ag industry representatives about lessons learned and how it could help producers prepare for “next time.”
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In the world of agriculture, success is never a guarantee. It’s why you have to take the right steps to set yourself up to optimize your nitrogen investment. Add a nitrification inhibitor like CENTURO® nitrogen stabilizer to your plan and to your spring-applied anhydrous to slow the conversion of ammonium and minimize nitrogen leaching beyond the root zone. CENTURO is noncorrosive to the metals used in anhydrous ammonia equipment, and if you apply it at the right time, you can minimize your loss while boosting your yield potential. Keep reading to get other helpful tips about guarding your nitrogen investment.

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Long days, cold nights, short seasons

As soybean production spreads west and north across the Prairies, the growing conditions become more and more challenging for this plant, which originated in the subtropics. Leonid Savitch, a research scientist with AAFC-Ottawa and a team of researchers are working to evaluate registered soybean varieties and find ones that can perform well in these far-from-subtropical conditions. » Learn more

Mitigating and managing GR weeds in soybeans

Across the Prairies, soybean acreage has grown over the last decade. Almost all soybeans grown on the Prairies are glyphosate-resistant varieties. AAFC research scientist Charles Geddes and his research collaborators initiated a five-year project to develop a strategy for integrated weed management in soybean for the Prairies, including various tools for weed control. » Learn more
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You can’t control the weather, but you can control what you put down to protect your fertilizer investment. This nitrogen stabilizer provides the longest window of protection against volatilization in the industry. Dual active ingredients work to guard your fertilizer above ground from variable spring conditions. » Continue Reading

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