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Measuring Temperature Inversions

Measuring Temperature Inversions

By: Andy Nadler, Agricultural Meteorologist - Global Digital Agronomy Team With new cases of spray drift being discovered and reported daily, farmers have become hyper-aware of the risk. Drifts cause environmental damage, significant financial losses, and endless...

What Causes Crop Yellowing?

What Causes Crop Yellowing?

After a number of years of generally wet conditions across the prairies, last year provided a break with wide-spread drought conditions. This spring continued with dry conditions across much of Western Canada but recently, we have moved into a more normal weather...

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Trust The Science

By: Thom Weir This topic may not be very popular but needs to be discussed. I know most of you will have visited one of the major ag tradeshows this winter. You will have returned with your mind full of exciting new products available on the market that promise to...

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Variability In Weather Affects Key Decisions

By: Andy Nadler Agricultural Meteorologist, Farmers Edge One of the greatest challenges in farming is dealing with variability. Soil varies from one field to the next and within a single field. Input and commodity prices change from day-to-day. While these factors...

read more

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Measuring Temperature Inversions

By: Andy Nadler, Agricultural Meteorologist - Global Digital Agronomy Team With new cases of spray drift being discovered and reported daily, farmers have become hyper-aware of the risk. Drifts cause environmental damage, significant financial losses, and endless...

read more

What Causes Crop Yellowing?

After a number of years of generally wet conditions across the prairies, last year provided a break with wide-spread drought conditions. This spring continued with dry conditions across much of Western Canada but recently, we have moved into a more normal weather...

read more

Trust The Science

By: Thom Weir This topic may not be very popular but needs to be discussed. I know most of you will have visited one of the major ag tradeshows this winter. You will have returned with your mind full of exciting new products available on the market that promise to...

read more

Variability In Weather Affects Key Decisions

By: Andy Nadler Agricultural Meteorologist, Farmers Edge One of the greatest challenges in farming is dealing with variability. Soil varies from one field to the next and within a single field. Input and commodity prices change from day-to-day. While these factors...

read more