This week Farming Smarter is covering how they fit novel crops into a normal crop rotation with their crop sequencing study. General Manager Ken Coles uses the example of fitting novel crops, like hemp, in to a regular crop rotation.
Experts in cattle and crop production, pasture management and farm business strategy from across western Canada will be gathering in three small communities (Airdrie, Rolling Hills and Fort Macleod) in southern Alberta over the next three weeks as part of Rural Roots Canada Ag Days.
Brennan Turner of FarmLead talks about corporate culture; his mantra of listen, digest, and suggest with perspective. He also goes into depth about the work ethic, focus and discipline he inherited from the farm and the exclusive world premiere of his new startup COMBYNE.
Ag Exchange Group's Mike Witkowicz talks about the importance of diversifying your buyers in an effort to help weather a trade dispute, like the one currently happening with China over canola seed exports.
Crop rotation can reduce disease and pests by limiting the time host plants grow in a given field. Randy Kutcher of University of Saskatchewan came to WheatStalk 2018 to talk about different crops that can go into rotation to avoid fusariam head blight.