RealAg Radio, June 5: Cover crops, canola-soy nutrient caution, & diagnosing root rots

Root rot damage. Photo Credit: Syama Chatterton

It’s Agronomy Monday, and on today’s radio podcast we feature:

  • Lana Shaw of South East Research Farm in Saskatchewan on how cover crops could fit on forced fallow acres that are too wet to seed,
  • an encore with Tom Wolf on retrofitting sprayers and things to keep in mind as #spray17 gets rolling,
  • Soybean School with on planting soybeans on last year’s corn row, and P & K nutrient considerations as more soybeans are grown in the same rotations as canola.
  • Robyne Bowness-Davidson on diagnosing root rots in pulses.

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