Choosing Seeds

  • Seeding Rates Trending Upwards

    Seeding Rates Trending Upwards

    Kelly Boles, owner-manager of Center Field Solutions, explains what variables you need to consider when determining your optimal seeding rate, and how rates have changed over the years.

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  • Seed Growers Get Sneak Peeks

    Seed Growers Get Sneak Peeks

    Who doesn’t want front-row seats to the next big thing? That’s just one of the advantages of being a cereal seed grower. Syngenta Cereal Seed Associate, Randy Cay, discusses what the job entails.

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  • Growing Demand for AAC Synergy

    Growing Demand for AAC Synergy

    Are you thinking of switching your malt barley variety? Find out more about AAC Synergy.

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  • Barley Breeding Goes Social

    Barley Breeding Goes Social

    This interview with Dr. Ana Badea, a research scientist with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC), sheds light on the barley breeding process and how growers can get involved.

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  • Trying to Grow Malt Barley Can Make You Cry in Your Beer

    Trying to Grow Malt Barley Can Make You Cry in Your Beer

    Make the right choice with information from an expert at Agriculture Canada. Dive into how different varieties fare in terms of yield and protein with different nitrogen levels.

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  • Crop Establishment Is Key to Making Malt

    Crop Establishment Is Key to Making Malt

    Get your malt off to a strong start. Since we can't control the weather, take charge of your crop establishment by making smart choices before the season gets going.

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  • Top Tips From a Successful Grower

    Top Tips From a Successful Grower

    Wade McAllister is a 5th generation grain farmer who works 4,000 acres in central Alberta. The McAllisters have grown malt barley for 60 years and know just what it takes to produce a successful crop.

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