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Phosphorus gets short shrift

While neighbouring southern Saskatchewan canola fields were being swathed, one Southey-area farmer’s crop was far behind, and not nearly ready to be cut. Andrew, who farms 2,600 acres of barley, peas, wheat and canola, thought the variety could be at fault for the crop’s delayed maturity, stunting and bluish tinge. “Why is my crop so far behind […] Read more

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Andrew, a farmer from Southey, Sask., didn’t like the look of his canola crop late last August. “My crop looks off,” he told me over the phone. He asked me to visit his 2,600 acre operation to assess the situation. “Why is my crop so far behind my neighbour’s?” he asked me when I arrived […] Read more


SIZE STRUGGLE

Andrew, a farmer from Southey, Sask., didn’t like the look of his canola crop late last August. “My crop looks off,” he told me over the phone. He asked me to visit his 2,600 acre operation to assess the situation. “Why is my crop so far behind my neighbour’s?” he asked me when I arrived […] Read more