Our six panelists list the crops they grow and explain the decision to grow these crops and not other ones. We also asked about any recent changes to their crop list and the motivation behind that change.
Jason Fockler and Warren Pridham use their variable-rate fertilizer maps to also apply variable-rate canola seed. With more seed applied to higher mortality areas, the result is a more even stand.
Levels of plant-available phosphorus are drifting lower in many fields of Western Canada, and this “hidden hunger” will be hurting yields. Phosphorus rates that at least match crop removal are necessary to maintain soil productivity.
Three brains are better than one. Use a team approach to set business goals and outline the plan to achieve them. Business futurist Bob Treadway explains that effective teams have more collective experiences, generate more ideas, ask better questions and challenge each other. Teams are smarter than individuals.