Tissue test across Western Canada are indicating higher than normal deficiencies of Boron and Potassium. A properly timed application of Boron or Potassium at flowering will help your crop reach it's genetic potential.

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Ag in Motion starts next week! Join us at Ag in Motion, Western Canada's Outdoor Farm Expo, July 17th to 19th, 15 minutes NW Saskatoon, SK. We hope to see you there!

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As we start to think about fungicides and insecticides for the crop, we also need to think about the crop's nutritional demands at the reproductive phase. Which nutrients are essential at the fungicide and insecticide timing?

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Boron deficiency occurs in most of the agricultural soils, especially soils with a low pH, sandy texture or low organic matter. Soils with high pH, high clay minerals and low organic matter may also show boron deficiency due to the high Boron adsorption capacity.

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New plant diagnostic tools are being developed to provide faster, practical and affordable data to farmers to enable them to make better decisions as to how to manage the health of their crop. ATP Nutrition has been actively validating these tools to determine the accuracy and their fit within Western Canada

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Manitoba soybean acres have gone from 1.05 million acres in 2013 to a projected 2.3 million acres this year. With many acres seeing a Soybean crop for the first time, Iron Deficiency Chlorosis or IDC is one of the problems all soybean growers should be aware of.

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