CANTERRA SEEDS is very excited to offer two new and exclusive products from our partners at PRIDE Seeds this year - PS 00078 XRN soybean and A3993G2 RIB corn. Both of the products are very early maturing.Read More
This post is from our partners at PRIDE Seeds.
In this photo, the cob on the bottom shows the obvious impact of a boron deficiency.
In late August, PRIDE Seeds agronomist Drew Thompson was called to visit a grower’s corn field where the complaint was ears that were small, misshapen and poorly pollinated.
The grower was frustrated, but also confused as the same seed had been planted into another field, a few concessions away with a different soil and crop history, but the same fertility and agronomic program.
“The other field looked just great,” said Thompson, with near perfect pollination and big, boast-worthy cobs. “What was going on,” he wondered.Read More
2018 feels like the winter that just won’t quit, and Western Canada, Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes are all in the same boat it seems.Read More
Our partners at PRIDE Seeds shared this post on the benefits of using the Fortenza® Maxim® Quattro with Stamina®(FMQ/S) package of insecticide and fungicides.Read More
As a seed company, CANTERRA SEEDS has a full portfolio of pedigreed varieties including cereals, pulses and special crops, in addition to corn, soybeans and canola.
While we like to think of ourselves as a team, sometimes representatives from different parts of our portfolio differ in opinion on key items.
Take for example this recent debate on the merits of corn vs. barley as a feed.Read More
Grazing trials can be tough, so we're pleased to receive these third party results.
Grazing trials can be tough to do. Typically, these trials rely on anecdotal evidence to measure the performance of each corn hybrid, as opposed to scientific measurement. Statements like “the cows seem to like this one better,” or “they fed off this one longer,” are difficult to quantify. While we value all trials and the cooperators that run them, getting systematic, third party results helps verify the strength of the PRIDE Seeds products.Read More
Goss's Wilt is showing up in Manitoba and Alberta. What can you do to stop the disease on your farm?
Goss’s Wilt is a bacterial disease in corn, caused by the bacterium, Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. Nebraskensis (CMN). It was first found in Nebraska in 1969, and has since spread across the corn-growing regions of the US. In the last decade, the disease has arrived in Canada.Read More