RRC Ag Days
Registration is now open for RRC Ag Days in Olds, AB, and Yorkton SK Read More about “RRC Ag Days”…
A grain market analyst believes India could reduce tariffs on pulses due to very dry conditions in their country. Chuck Penner also believes China will continue to buy peas but it may not exceed 2019 levels and there will probably be an increase in the amount of lentils grown this year.
The Western Canadian Wheat Growers say a decision by Health Canada to stand by a previous ruling to allow glyphosate use in Canada is refreshing to see science win this battle.
In this 2018 recap, Alberta Ag Minister Oneil Carlier talks about the rough harvest, the new USMCA deal, CN and CP’s ability to get grain to market and whether the province buying new rail cars to transport oil will interfere with that. He also talks about the results of his trade mission to India and the local food councils.
Laciee Shock discusses solo watering units, which she claims is easier to set up than a stereo system (thank goodness!) at Farming Smarter’s Medicine Hat Field Day.
Researchers at the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington have developed a sensor ‘backpack’ that fits on Bumblebees allowing them to monitor crops.