Haley Catton shares her research on wireworms, cereal leaf beetles and T. Julius wasps at Farming Smarter’s WheatStalk 2018.
Dr. Kevin Floate talks about cutworms in Alberta He talks about the types of cutworms in the province and the crop damage they do.
Ever wonder why a certain part of the farm is always a few degrees cooler or warmer than everywhere else or why you get a torrential down pour and your neighbour 5 kilometres down the road barely gets a drop? The answer is likely a microclimate.
Harvest 2017 is moving along rapidly in Alberta thanks to consistently hot and dry weather across major portions of the province.
"We've never swathed canola in July before, that's a new one for us" Those are the words of Kevin Serfas, who farms in the Lethbridge area, on how early this year's harvest has begun thanks to a summer of hot and dry weather.