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Koch SuperU

Harvest progress continues to beat previous years’ averages

Harvest of major crops continues to outpace five- and 10-year averages in the Prairie provinces, with relatively little rain to hinder progress and no major frost events reported as of yet.

New Case IH vertical tillage tool for flexible soil management

Available for fall 2022, the VT-Flex 435 offers simple, variable gang angle adjustments, allowing producers to meet the soil management needs of any field with greater flexibility and precision.

Updated post-harvest weed control guide

A post-harvest weed control strategy targets perennial and winter annual weeds to prevent them from stealing early season moisture. Use this searchable guide to select herbicide options for post-harvest weed control.
Inputs, The Podcast 
Koch Centuro

It’s Time To Make a Nitrogen Plan

How do you slow the conversion of ammonium and minimize nitrogen leaching beyond the root zone? The answer is CENTURO®: a next-generation nitrogen stabilizer proven to give growers greater flexibility and protection while being gentle on anhydrous ammonia equipment. It’s crucial to protect spring-applied anhydrous. With the right plan in place, you can set yourself up for success. Keep reading to get other helpful tips about guarding your nitrogen investment. » TRY NOW
Featured News 
Know your enemy

Know your enemy

Wireworms are a particularly pesky pest on the Prairies. While there are chemical control options, there hasn’t been a pesticide capable of killing them since the PMRA cancelled registration of lindane in late 2004 – which changed with the registration of broflanilide in November 2020. But Haley Catton, an entomologist with AAFC-Lethbridge, says a lack of information on the pest is the real challenge. » Learn more
Detecting Sclerotinia

Detecting Sclerotinia

A new tool on the horizon for fighting Sclerotinia stem rot in canola is continuing to show promise. InnoTech Alberta, a subsidiary of Alberta Innovates and the province’s largest research and innovation agency, is currently looking for a commercialization partner for the tool which utilizes nanotechnology to detect Sclerotinia spores that threaten canola crops, developed by researcher Susie Li. » Learn more
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Nutrien Smart Nutrition Proven

Maximizing seed safety with “smart” nutrition

All crops require sulfur to varying degrees, but plants can only absorb it in the form of SO₄²⁻. Sulfate fertilizers are readily plant-available, but can leach through soil. Elemental sulfur is not plant-available and must be oxidized before it can be used by plants. The smaller the particle size, the more quickly it can oxidize: that’s the concept behind Nutrien’s Smart Nutrition MAP+MST. » Learn more...