The 2019 growing season is proving to be another year of difficult weather patterns, with lack of moisture and the looming threat of hail plaguing the Prairies.

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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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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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This years' challenging growing conditions puts crops under stress. Keeping your crop healthy and strong enough to endure this stress is key to preserving yield potential.

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What are the temperatures of Western Canadian soils compared to last year? Simple answer - COLDER. Until recently, this year's snow cover has been limited across the prairies. The lack of snowfall has caused the soils to be colder than normal since the frost has penetrated deep within the soil profile.

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Recent stress in Manitoba has caused a high amount of IDC (Iron Deficiency Chlorosis) in certain areas, specifically Southern Manitoba.

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