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This Harvest Season, Hit Back Hard at Disease

In boxing, the “one-two combo” consists of two common punches — a jab (thrown with the lead hand) followed by the cross (thrown with...

Why You Shouldn’t Gamble on Protecting Your Seed

At the Ag in Motion show in Saskatchewan back in July, I was surprised by the amount of barley growers who told me they’re...

The Most Frequently Asked Questions I Get as a SeedGrowth Specialist

If you’re an Internet user, as most of us now are, you’re familiar with the concept of a FAQ: that is, “a list of...

Rough Around the Edges: Tips for Treating Pulses

Of all the seeds out there, pulses can be the most challenging to treat for a variety of reasons. For example, chickpea can be...

Why Bushels don’t Matter: Tips for Treating Wheat Seed

In wheat farming, bushels are often the name of the game. The more the better.Except when it comes to treating wheat seed. More on...

Why I Use the F Word When Talking Cereal Seed Treatments

The F word in this article may not be what you’re thinking….I regularly talk to growers about seed treatments, and the word I use...

Stay One Step Ahead of Pests? Challenge Accepted

As producers continue to deal with a changing climate, they also continue to tackle the threat of pests that are adapting at a rapid...

Seed Treatments Aren’t all About Efficacy Anymore

In the world of seed treatments, efficacy was once the word of the day.We’ve gone way beyond just efficacy in the development of these...

Seed Treatments Look Simple, but Looks are Deceiving

Seed treatments seem simple enough. You take the product and apply it to seed. They’re designed to be simple. But what happens before that...

Why You Should Never Rely on Seed Treatments as a Cure-All

You may have heard the word “panacea” used during a discussion about folk remedies or ancient medicine. The word panacea comes from the Greek...

This Harvest Season, Hit Back Hard at Disease

In boxing, the “one-two combo” consists of two common punches — a jab (thrown with the lead hand) followed by the cross (thrown with...

Why You Shouldn’t Gamble on Protecting Your Seed

At the Ag in Motion show in Saskatchewan back in July, I was surprised by the amount of barley growers who told me they’re...

The Most Frequently Asked Questions I Get as a SeedGrowth Specialist

If you’re an Internet user, as most of us now are, you’re familiar with the concept of a FAQ: that is, “a list of...

Rough Around the Edges: Tips for Treating Pulses

Of all the seeds out there, pulses can be the most challenging to treat for a variety of reasons. For example, chickpea can be...

Why Bushels don’t Matter: Tips for Treating Wheat Seed

In wheat farming, bushels are often the name of the game. The more the better.Except when it comes to treating wheat seed. More on...

Why I Use the F Word When Talking Cereal Seed Treatments

The F word in this article may not be what you’re thinking….I regularly talk to growers about seed treatments, and the word I use...

Stay One Step Ahead of Pests? Challenge Accepted

As producers continue to deal with a changing climate, they also continue to tackle the threat of pests that are adapting at a rapid...

Seed Treatments Aren’t all About Efficacy Anymore

In the world of seed treatments, efficacy was once the word of the day.We’ve gone way beyond just efficacy in the development of these...

Seed Treatments Look Simple, but Looks are Deceiving

Seed treatments seem simple enough. You take the product and apply it to seed. They’re designed to be simple. But what happens before that...

Why You Should Never Rely on Seed Treatments as a Cure-All

You may have heard the word “panacea” used during a discussion about folk remedies or ancient medicine. The word panacea comes from the Greek...

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