May 26, 2016

Wheat: The interns have been moving through the wheat this week. They are on target to be through all the wheat by the weekend so if you haven’t seen scout reports by Monday, they will be coming shortly (or check your junk mail folders). Be sure to let us know if we mi...

May 26, 2016

Newsletter Vol. 1 2016

 

#plant16 has begun! Here at Agronomy Advantage we have hit the ground running with our Interns: some new faces and some returning! 

 

Genna Wright comes from a dairy and cash crop farm near Kenilworth. She just finished her first year at the Univer...

November 17, 2015

AGRONOMY INTERN- MAY TO OCTOBER 2015

 

Agronomy Advantage is an independent agronomy management firm. We offer crop producers across mid-western Ontario support developing cropping system strategies to increase farm profitability. Working closely with clients we enable t...

July 8, 2015

With the current weather trend we are in considerable risk for white mould infection in soybeans again this year.  Daytime temperatures between 20-25C and night time temperatures below 15C with regular rainfall, heavy dew and high humidity points to high risk.  Below a...

June 2, 2015

Rainfall.  Most areas have now received some rain May 30 and 31.  However there has been a range across the region with rainfall amounts of 0.5-2.5 inches.

 

Frost: The topic of last week. May 23rd morning's temperatures reached as low -3 for over two hours in a few...

Hi All

 

Winter Wheat- We have been through all of the later planted fields that were on the bubble to replant this week. There are a few fields being torn up from lack of sufficient stands. Looks like some of those fields went backwards during the cold week. Also in the...

April 21, 2015

Hi Everyone.  Last week delivered a very nice introduction to spring weather. 

 

Winter wheat has survived the winter/spring very well in most cases.  A few later planted fields are on the bubble to replant and will be assessed again the last week of April.  There i...

April 17, 2015

 

 

Be sure to check your seed size for your canola seed.  Seeing some very large TKW numbers which unfortunately means you need to seed more lb/ac.

 

Have an example of 5.25 gm/1000 kernels which is actually fairly large seed on the scale for canola. So unfortunately incr...

April 14, 2015

Grown in Grey is an agricultural based educational event that is held away from the classroom. The usual venue is an arena. This allows the accomodation of a large number of children and different learning "stations".

The objective of Grown in Grey is to further educa...

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