• Spraying Tips

    Water quality is the key to achieving proper performance of many herbicides, particularly with glyphosate and many grassy weed products. The following link provides more information on spray water quality:…
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  • Be a Good Neighbor

    Spray drift can be costly (liability-wise) but also gives agriculture a negative image. Pay attention to boom height, nozzle selection, water volume, pressure, wind speed and direction, etc. Calibrate your…
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  • Frost Again

    Frost was widespread Tuesday morning all across western Canada. Overnight lows were recorded in the neighborhood of 0 to minus 2°C with some areas reporting minus 3°C. Temperatures in this…
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  • Slow Growth Continues

    Warm temperatures continue to be elusive. Parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan had seasonal temperatures on the weekend but most areas continue to experience below average daytime and nighttime temperatures. In…
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  • What is Taking So Long?

    Across the Prairies this spring, emergence is very slow and in some fields, uneven. Research has shown much lower and slower canola germination at low temperatures. Soil temperatures above 5°C…
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