It’s International Women’s Day! Thanks for checking out RealAg Radio. This show is co-hosted by Lyndsey Smith and Kara Oosterhuis, featuring an interview with Fiona Jochum, farmer from Manitoba, plus an excerpt from last night’s episode of The Agronomists with Deb Campbell of Agronomy Advantage, and Anne Kirk of Manitoba Agriculture. And, listen on for a… Read More

Today’s edition of RealAg Radio is an agronomic Monday show. It includes: Deb Campbell of Agronomy Advantage and chair of the Certified Crop Advisors-Ontario, with how the CCA program is keeping up with educating their members throughout the pandemic; Dr. Abbey Wick, soil health extension specialist at North Dakota State University, on what it takes… Read More

The new virtual Ontario Agricultural Conference received strong reviews during the first week in January, and Ontario certified crop advisors have picked up the education baton and delivered another win this week for ag extension. Ontario Certified Crop Advisors (CCA) chair Deb Campbell says it’s tough to replace the face-to-face interaction and learning that farmers… Read More

It’s an agronomic Monday here on RealAg Radio today! Thanks for tuning in. You’ll hear from: Deb Campbell of Agronomy Advantage from a previous Soybean School episode, with the question: can you seed soybeans too early?; A product spotlight with Mark Gottselig of Global Ag Risk Solutions; and, Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson with the top… Read More

Adjusting management or adopting new products or varieties carries some risk, but that risk can be managed with an on-farm evaluation. Setting up on-farm trials, however, can be simple and straight forward — or so complicated it’s hard to know if you really learned anything at all. To navigate on-farm trial pitfalls and successes, this… Read More

It’s Agronomy Monday, which means we’re talking crops and soils. In this episode, recorded by a jet-setting host Shaun Haney, you’ll hear: Deb Campbell, Agronomy Advantage, on spring cereals and their management in Ontario; Soil nutrient levels after a wet fall, with Cristie Preston, senior agronomist with Nutrien; Soil health and nutrient planning decisions coming… Read More

In Ontario, spring cereals such as wheat, oats, and barley are often viewed as the poor cousin of winter wheat, a crop that annually flirts with the one million acre mark in the province. In general, acreage for spring cereals has been flat or declining for the past decade, but Agronomy Advantage agronomist Deb Campbell… Read More

How do you know when it’s time to set up shop on your own? And in this day and age of rapidly evolving precision agriculture and technology, how does a boots-on-the-ground agronomist carve her niche? Deb Campbell has addressed both those tough topics — the first, in 2012, after a few almosts and could-have-beens, and… Read More

No, it’s not Monday, but today’s RealAg Radio show is pretty full of agronomy knowledge anyway. From Wheat Pete’s Word, tackling top questions, concerns about the Ontario wheat crop, and thinking of clever ways to get soybeans off to a quick start, and on to how Deb Campbell, founder of Agronomy Advantage, acts as the… Read More

Weeds are thriving in Ontario winter wheat fields and in many cases are beyond the size for optimum weed control. In this episode of Real Agriculture Wheat School, Deb Campbell from Agronomy Advantage explains that winter annuals are seven to 10 days ahead of normal and that means growers will have to shift their mindset… Read More

Many soybeans growers will throw away the calendar and plant as early as possible this spring. That strategy works for agronomist Deb Campbell just as long as farmers pay close attention to soil conditions and the forecast. “These days, if we’re able to plant corn we can plant soybeans – ground conditions are very similar… Read More

 

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