Obviously, moisture is a big factor in determining how well a crop will do each season. Too much water and diseases like root rot become an issue. Too little and nutrient uptake, among other things, is negatively impacted (remember that … Continue reading
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Agrium Inc. has taken a very proactive stance in the education of the next generation, and has made several tools available to educators and students alike to gain knowledge about agriculture in a very nonbiased and affordable way. As one … Continue reading
Crop Production Services’ locations across the country take tens of thousands of tissue samples from artichoke to zucchini every year via the NutriScription® program. In 2011, over 40% of participating CPS divisions had boron as the number one plant nutrient … Continue reading
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Winter is drawing to a close around the country. Spring begins in a couple of weeks, and overall we are well ahead of where we were last season. From a weather perspective, most areas are seasonal and planting is getting … Continue reading
Flipping through some of the circulated publications I get, I’ve noticed a couple things. First, there is a lot of good information out there in print form. Second, although we tend to focus on crop inputs at the Loveland Cafe, … Continue reading
Happy Holidays! We hope all of you are set to spend some quality time with family and friends as the year winds down. Many people reflect at the end of the year, as well as set goals for the next … Continue reading
It’s been an interesting year so far, but it sure has gone fast. Here we are deep into harvest and the holiday season is right around the corner. While you are sitting at the elevator reflecting on the season, hopefully … Continue reading