Western Canadian conditions are 60-85% of average precipitation and the challenge for farmers is how to keep the plant growing until they get rain.

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Water is one of the cheapest inputs into a crop and can be one of our biggest assets. The quality of the water utilized is a key factor in determining the efficacy of a pesticide application.

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Since most of our soils in Western Canada are responsive to phosphorus and zinc, many fields this spring will need an application of these nutrients.

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With soils across the west being drier than the norm, it’s critical to give the seed some essential nutrition.

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Why are some soil-applied formulations more effective than others? Watch the video to learn the three key factors to assess when choosing your soil-applied micronutrients. Want to learn more? Watch our Nutrient Knowledge educational video.

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ATP Nutrition is excited to announce that Ryan Hansen will be joining the team as a Regional Account Manager in Montanan. Ryan’s agronomic knowledge and network will make him a great addition to ATP’s agronomic technical team. Ryan’s agricultural and business experience spans over 6 years and includes work with a diverse array of crops.

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