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 Nutrien eKonomics

StatsCan releases principal field crop stock data

Stocks of wheat, oats, dry peas and lentils were up as of July 31, while canola and barley stocks were down, largely due to higher exports, as global demand for Canadian grain remained high.

Funding available for drought-affected Manitoba livestock producers

The Manitoba and federal governments have launched two programs under the AgriRecovery framework for livestock producers to help with the extraordinary costs incurred for feed and transportation.

ALUS announces producer innovation award recipients

Owner and operator of Movald Ranches in Alberta, Duane Movald has been a vocal advocate for the ALUS program, sharing its benefits for farmers and ranchers and its successes with the environment.
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Featured News 
Swede midge

Understanding swede midge host interactions

Swede midge is a serious crop pest, causing significant damage to canola and brassicaceous vegetable crops in Eastern Canada. Although swede midge is not yet on the Prairies, it has the potential to seriously impact canola and other crops like mustard and camelina. A four-year study at AAFC-Saskatoon set out to gain a better understanding of the pest’s chemical ecology and potential Prairie hosts. » Learn more
Wheat row spacing

Is wider row spacing in wheat possible?

Wider row spacing can lead to reduced capital and operating costs. But it is a balance with many different factors, including potential issues of seedling fertilizer burn, increased weed pressure and yield and quality impacts. A four-year study at the AAFC Research Farm in Indian Head, Sask., examined the effects of row spacing and rate of N fertilizer on establishment, development, yield, N uptake, and quality. » Learn more
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It’s Time To Make a Nitrogen Plan

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. » Learn more...
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