Closing Gaps with Higher Emergence
Seed genetics should allow for at least 90% germination. Managing residue, planting depth and seed attritio...
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Understanding the Critical Weed Free Period
Bryce Rampton, Soybean Product Development Agronomist, explains what the critical weed free period is, and why keeping fields clean during this time can help maximize yield potential.
Product Development Agronomist Bryce Rampton discusses weather trends in Western Canada and why soybeans are still a viable crop going forward.
Managing Dry Conditions
Agronomic Service Representative Doug Fotheringham discusses how to manage dry conditions, inlcuding considerations for zero-till and fertility management.
Inoculant Key to Soybean Success
Agronomic Service Representative Doug Fotheringham discusses inoculants and how Western Canada soybean growers might be thinking about them after a dry season.
Flagging Fields for Higher Yields
Bryce Rampton discusses the importance and how to properly perform a flag test in your soybean crop.
Keeping Phytophthora Out
Seedcare specialist Brett Graham talks about the threat of phytophthora in Manitoba. Prevention is the best way to manage this disease.
Seed Treatments Help Make Every Seed Count
We need to manage soybeans with the same expectations as our corn crop. If 20 to 30 percent of soybean seed isn't emerging, it's time to look at environment and management.
Closing Gaps with Higher Emergence
Seed genetics should allow for at least 90% germination. Managing residue, planting depth and seed attrition rates can help achieve it.
Top 3 Problems in Manitoba: 2018 Season
Syngenta's Product Development Agronomist, Bryce Rampton, discusses the main problems that soybean growers in Manitoba faced this 2018 season, and what it meant for the yield.
Grower Insights: What Are Your Seeding Practices?
In this episode of the Grower Insights series, successful Saskatchewan grower, Rod Edgar, shares his best practices for seeding for success.
Grower Insights: What's Your Soybean Weed Control Strategy?
In this episode of the Grower Insights series, successful Saskatchewan grower, Rod Edgar, shares weed control best practices he's developed over the years.
Look for In-season Opportunities to Protect and Increase Yield
Agronomic Service Representative Doug Fotheringham goes through the management opportunities to influence pod fill and yield throughout the season.
Critical Weed-Free Period in Soybeans
As you get into the growing season, make sure you have a solid plan in place to keep your soybeans weed-free until V3 to maximize your soybean yield potential.
Think Fertility When Setting High-Yield Goals
Growers really do have the capability to intensively manage fertility and help reach that 70-bushel goal. When it comes to high-yielding soybeans, fertility is absolutely critical.
Picket Fence Soybeans
Typically, the term ‘picket fence’ is reserved for assessing corn fields, but it’s time to add it to our soybean vocabulary, especially if you want to grow a 60-bushel crop here in Western Canada.
Improving Stand Establishment – How and When to Roll
Syngenta Agronomic Service Representative Doug Fotheringham says he can't emphasize enough the important role even emergence and uniformity plays in a higher-yielding soybean crop.
Getting More Predictable Yields in a Dry Season
Agronomic Service Representative Doug Fotheringham dives into different seeding practices that can help you predict yields when you can't predict the rain.
Evaluating Stand Establishment