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Best Spider Mites podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Spider Mites podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Hosted by Rasta Jeff of Irie Genetics, The Grow From Your Heart Podcast is your source for cannabis news, education and conversation. If you're a new grower or a professional grower, a new smoker or dedicated dabber, if you're a cannabis activist or someone who is just curious about the current state of cannabis, this is the podcast for you! Join us for cannabis conversations and grow lessons from some of the most experienced cannabis breeders, ganja growers, extract artists and cannabis ind ...
 
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From cereal aphids to armyworm, Ontario growers have already seen significant pest pressure in 2020 crops and there’s more on the way. As the calendar turns to July and hot, dry conditions persist, soybean growers need to be on the lookout for both spider mites and aphids in their crops, says Ontario Agriculture, Food and... Read More…
 
While the research isn’t quite ready for prime time, David Haviland and other UCANR IPM advisors are looking into using yellow sticky cards to monitor thrips populations. Thrips are an extremely effective spider mite predator and if populations are high enough, you probably don’t need to spray. For more on spider mite management, check out episode …
 
It’s another Monday, which means it’s time to tackle all things agronomy on RealAg Radio! On today’s show, you’ll hear: RealAgriculture’s resident agronomist Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson, on the hot dry weather that eastern Canada is facing, and the impact it has on wheat, soybeans, and corn ; Scott Meers, of Mayland Ag Consulting, on... Read More…
 
July has hit Ontario hot and dry, a continuation of the dry bias, but a welcome change from the unseasonably cool start to the season. While corn and soybean fields aren’t as negatively impacted by dry weather this early in the season, much of the wheat crop and spring cereals are either filling or about... Read More…
 
This week’s Beef Market Update might be the most positive report we’ve posted in three very long months. In this week’s episode, Anne Wasko of the Gateway Livestock Exchange joins Shaun Haney to catch up on the early summer numbers ahead of a holiday weekend. To start off in the green, Canadian slaughter data for... Read More…
 
This week’s Beef Market Update might be the most positive report we’ve posted in three very long months. In this week’s episode, Anne Wasko, of the Gateway Livestock Exchange, joins Shaun Haney to catch up on the early summer numbers ahead of a holiday weekend. To start off in the green, Canadian slaughter data for... Read More…
 
It’s Friday, and if you’re in the United States, you’re all set for a long weekend! For the rest of us Canadians, we’re experiencing what feels like the second Friday of the week. On today’s jam-packed RealAg Radio episode, you’ll hear: Anne Wasko, of the Gateway Livestock Exchange, for one of the most positive Beef... Read More…
 
It’s Friday, and if you’re in the United States, you’re all set for a long weekend! For the rest of us Canadians, we’re experiencing what feels like the second Friday of the week. On today’s jam-packed RealAg Radio episode, you’ll hear: Anne Wasko, of the Gateway Livestock Exchange, for one of the most positive Beef... Read More…
 
July 1st saw the implementation of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, and at the end of all the negotiations, Canada’s dairy industry has ended up as one of the largest losers of the deal. “The USMCA has some serious repercussion for our dairy industry here in Canada where they have added an additional 3.9 per cent... Read More…
 
July 1st saw the implementation of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, and at the end of all the negotiations, Canada’s dairy industry has ended up as one of the largest losers of the deal. “The USMCA has some serious repercussion for our dairy industry here in Canada where they have added an additional 3.9 per cent... Read More…
 
Every corn crop is different. The year-over-year variables really play into a fungicide timing strategy, but the most important question to ask when strategizing for fungicide timing may be: “What is your corn crop doing right now?” Ken Currah, with BASF Canada, joins RealAgriculture’s Bernard Tobin for this episode of the Corn School to walk... Re…
 
Every corn crop is different. The year-over-year variables really play into a fungicide timing strategy, but the most important question to ask when strategizing for fungicide timing may be: “What is your corn crop doing right now?” Ken Currah, with BASF Canada, joins RealAgriculture’s Bernard Tobin for this episode of the Corn School to walk... Re…
 
Yesterday was Canada Day, and we’re definitely feeling that it’s a weird week here at RealAgriculture. With yesterday being a stat holiday in Canada, and tomorrow being a stat holiday in the U.S., we’re asking ourselves: What day of the week is it?! Despite our confusion, we know it’s Thursday, and that can only mean... Read More…
 
Yesterday was Canada Day, and we’re definitely feeling that it’s a weird week here at RealAgriculture. With yesterday being a stat holiday in Canada, and tomorrow being a stat holiday in the U.S., we’re asking ourselves: What day of the week is it?! Despite our confusion, we know it’s Thursday, and that can only mean... Read More…
 
If you’re frustrated by how government support programs are designed or overwhelmed by navigating the paperwork, you’re certainly not alone. The numbers speak for themselves — enrolment in the main suite of federal programs has been dropping steadily for years. A recent letter from the Standing Committee on Agriculture to the Minister of Agricultur…
 
If you’re frustrated by how government support programs are designed or overwhelmed by navigating the paperwork, you’re certainly not alone. The numbers speak for themselves — enrolment in the main suite of federal programs has been dropping steadily for years. A recent letter from the Standing Committee on Agriculture to the Minister of Agricultur…
 
To our Canadian listeners — Happy Canada Day! We hope you are able to take a break from spraying and enjoy some downtime to celebrate our country! Not only is it Canada Day, but it’s also Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA, or USMCA, depending on where you are) implementation day. On today’s episode of RealAg Radio,... Read More…
 
To our Canadian listeners — Happy Canada Day! We hope you are able to take a break from spraying and enjoy some downtime to celebrate our country! Not only is it Canada Day, but it’s also Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA, or USMCA, depending on where you are) implementation day. On today’s episode of RealAg Radio,... Read More…
 
For this special Canada Day edition of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson has got answers to your timely agronomic questions. The good news is there are no alerts this week, but that doesn’t mean you can let the throttle off scouting — there are insect pests creeping in and populations can grow very quickly!... Read More…
 
For this special Canada Day edition of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson has got answers to your timely agronomic questions. The good news is there are no alerts this week, but that doesn’t mean you can let the throttle off scouting — there are insect pests creeping in and populations can grow very quickly!... Read More…
 
We are challenged to list July almond, pistachio, prune, and walnut orchard tasks. We also discuss the complexities of almond hull split regulated deficit irrigation. We're conducting a survey to evaluate the pod as a teaching tool. Participation is optional, results are confidential and you can stop taking it at any time. We would like to use this…
 
From cereal aphids to armyworm, Ontario growers have already seen significant pest pressure in 2020 crops and there’s more on the way. As the calendar turns to July and hot, dry conditions persist, soybean growers need to be on the lookout for both spider mites and aphids in their crops, says Ontario Agriculture, Food and... Read More…
 
Did anyone win in the final version of the New NAFTA? Is trade diversification for Canada just a pipe dream? How come we rarely talk about trade with Mexico? In this edition of RealAg LIVE! with Carlo Dade, director of the trade & investment centre of the Canada West Foundation, host Shaun Haney gets in... Read More…
 
Did anyone win in the final version of the New NAFTA? Is trade diversification for Canada just a pipe dream? How come we rarely talk about trade with Mexico? In this edition of RealAg LIVE! with Carlo Dade, director of the trade & investment centre of the Canada West Foundation, host Shaun Haney gets in... Read More…
 
Happy Tuesday! On today’s episode of RealAg Radio, you’ll hear: The top ag news stories of the day with host Shaun Haney; Darcy Herauf, of Farm Credit Canada, with a product spotlight; Jon Driedger, of LeftField Commodity Research on crop production estimates following the June USDA report; and Glen Hodgson, of the C.D. Howe Institute,... Read More…
 
Happy Tuesday! On today’s episode of RealAg Radio, you’ll hear: The top ag news stories of the day with host Shaun Haney; Darcy Herauf, of Farm Credit Canada, with a product spotlight; Jon Driedger, of LeftField Commodity Research on crop production estimates following the June USDA report; and Glen Hodgson, of the C.D. Howe Institute,... Read More…
 
As June winds down to a close, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) rolls out its revised acreage report. The latest report brought some surprises, to say the least, as some numbers were a significant revision from March, 2020. It is safe to say the market was a little shocked, as the USDA came... Read More…
 
As June winds down to a close, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) rolls out its revised acreage report. The latest report brought some surprises, to say the least, as some numbers were a significant revision from March, 2020. It is safe to say the market was a little shocked, as the USDA came... Read More…
 
It seems to be the summer of storms across the Prairies, with some extreme weather events bringing devastating hail and damaging crops. Many farmers are walking their fields and seeing varied amounts of impact, and are asking the question: What now? Will my crop grow through this? Pulses can be extremely resilient crops, and as... Read More…
 
Wheat midge damage occurs regularly in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and southern British Columbia. This year in particular it will be important to scout for midge because the ideal conditions — delayed seeding and high moisture — create a high risk situation says Scott Meers, of Mayland Consulting in this episode of Wheat School. The upside... …
 
Wheat midge damage occurs regularly in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and southern British Columbia. This year in particular it will be important to scout for midge because the ideal conditions — delayed seeding and high moisture — create a high risk situation says Scott Meers, of Mayland Consulting in this episode of Wheat School. The upside... …
 
Welcome to another Monday edition of RealAg Radio. If this isn’t your first time tuning into the show, you by now know that Monday’s mean one thing — all things agronomy! On today’s show, you’ll hear: Jeremy Boychyn, agronomy research extension specialist with Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions, on flash floods and hail storms; RealAgriculture’s.…
 
Welcome to another Monday edition of RealAg Radio. If this isn’t your first time tuning into the show, you by now know that Monday’s mean one thing — all things agronomy! On today’s show, you’ll hear: Jeremy Boychyn, agronomy research extension specialist with Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions, on flash floods and hail storms; RealAgriculture’s.…
 
Fungicide timing can creep up really fast in soybeans and staging is at about the R2 stage or when there are flowers on the upper two nodes of the plant. In this episode of RealAgriculture Soybean School, Bernard Tobin talks with agronomist Ken Currah from BASF Canada about correct fungicide timing in soybeans and some... Read More…
 
In this episode I talk about my criteria for selecting male plants for breeding. Support the show on Patreon! www.patreon.com/growfromyourheartVisit our sponsor www.seedsherenow.com and use coupon code GFYH10 to save 10%. Thank you for watching! Take a fat dab and give your mom a hug for me!By Rasta Jeff
 
With no rodeos scheduled through the summer months due to COVID-19, many involved in the rodeo circuit are concerned as to how they can qualify for the Canadian Finals Rodeo (CFR). To answer this question, the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association (CPRA), has decided to postpone until 2021. Jeff Robson, with the CPRA, says it was... Read More…
 
With no rodeos scheduled through the summer months due to COVID-19, many involved in the rodeo circuit are concerned as to how they can qualify for the Canadian Finals Rodeo (CFR). To answer this question, the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association (CPRA), has decided to postpone until 2021. Jeff Robson, with the CPRA, says it was... Read More…
 
The Canadian seed industry is moving closer to the end of its Seed Synergy project where five seed organizations in Canada will come together to form one entity, Seeds Canada. Shaun Haney spoke with Jonathan Nyborg, president of the Canadian Seed Growers Association (CSGA), to talk about the benefits of the potential amalgamation and where... Read …
 
The Canadian seed industry is moving closer to the end of its Seed Synergy project where five seed organizations in Canada will come together to form one entity, Seeds Canada. Shaun Haney spoke with Jonathan Nyborg, president of the Canadian Seed Growers Association (CSGA), to talk about the benefits of the potential amalgamation and where... Read …
 
Just like farmers take pride in putting in the hard work and long hours to see a job done, now is not the time to take our foot off the gas of the mental health and wellness conversation in agriculture. “I can understand how people can start to be feeling burnt out about hearing about... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
 
Just like farmers take pride in putting in the hard work and long hours to see a job done, now is not the time to take our foot off the gas of the mental health and wellness conversation in agriculture. “I can understand how people can start to be feeling burnt out about hearing about... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
 
The sun is shining, canola is blooming in parts of western Canada, and plenty of corn is knee-high before the 1st (or 4th) of July. We’ve got a great lineup for you on today’s episode of RealAg Radio! You’ll hear: The top ag news stories of the day with host Shaun Haney; A RealAg Issues... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
 
The sun is shining, canola is blooming in parts of western Canada, and plenty of corn is knee-high before the 1st (or 4th) of July. We’ve got a great lineup for you on today’s episode of RealAg Radio! You’ll hear: The top ag news stories of the day with host Shaun Haney; A RealAg Issues... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
 
It’s tough to come up with a technical description for what Ellen Pruden really does. A long-time agricultural educator and advocate, her job title says she’s the director for the Canola Eat Well program, which she leads out of the Manitoba Canola Growers Association office. But beyond that, her enthusiasm for sharing farmers’ stories has... Read M…
 
It’s tough to come up with a technical description for what Ellen Pruden really does. A long-time agricultural educator and advocate, her job title says she’s the director for the Canola Eat Well program, which she leads out of the Manitoba Canola Growers Association office. But beyond that, her enthusiasm for sharing farmers’ stories has... Read M…
 
Is canaryseed the itchiest of the crops? Will StatsCan find more canola? Why are Amercian farmers so reactive to incentives but Canadian farmers less so? These are just some of the questions posed during this RealAg LIVE! Q&A with Neil Townsend, of FarmLink Marketing Solutions. Listen/watch here, and check out the summary below: There are... Read M…
 
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