Extraordinarily dry situations in Western Canada have challenged growers at each flip. Now, assessing soil nutrient ranges and making ready for subsequent 12 months’s crop is proving troublesome, as excessively dry situations problem nutrient biking and mineralization and soil sampling. Within the east, a comparatively early wheat harvest provides alternative for canopy crops and loads of time to plan for correct fall fertility passes for winter wheat.
On this episode of The Agronomists, Federated Co-op’s Mike Hilhorst and Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Meals, and Rural Affairs’ Jake Munroe, sort out robust questions resembling estimating N left behind by a smaller than common crop, the significance of soil sampling later within the fall, if you happen to ought to feed a canopy crop or let it scavenge, and how one can strategy soil sampling in a strip tillage system.
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Right here’s a Problem!
We’re discovering floor cracks as deep as 30”s within the fields this 12 months.
— Antara Agronomy (@antaraag) July 30, 2021