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The Straight Cutting Experience

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The Straight Cutting Experience
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Hosted by Shaun Haney from Real Agriculture and presented by BASF, The Straight Cutting Experience is a new podcast series that dives into the world of straight cutting canola. Listen as growers and industry experts from across Western Canada discuss their experiences and tips in this five-part series. You won’t want to miss it.

Latest Episodes

Episode FIVE: Making straight-cutting choices a little more clear cut.

Guest: Shawn Senko, Saskatchewan The harvest season is quickly approaching and with it comes an abundance of straight-cutting choices—which varieties are best, what header to use and which fields to desiccate. Listen as Shawn Senko, agronomist for the Canola Council of Canada, discusses what growers should be considering this fall. Be sure to stay tuned for the end of the podcast for a special announcement from BASF about Heat LQ herbicide. Learn more athttp://agsolutions.ca/straightcutpod

15 MIN2017 AUG 26
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Episode FIVE: Making straight-cutting choices a little more clear cut.

Episode FOUR: Uniform crop. Straight forward harvest.

Guest:Chris Zemlak, Saskatchewan Chris Zemlak is planning to straight cut over half his canola acres this year. But if he had it his way, he would be straight cutting all of them. “There’s something fun about straight cutting canola with a 40-foot header, at 5 miles an hour and putting 40 to 50 bushels an acre in the back of the hopper.” Listen to Chris’ experience with straight cutting and discover how a well-knit, uniform crop can go a long way. Learn more athttp://agsolutions.ca/straightcutpod

10 MIN2017 AUG 11
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Episode FOUR: Uniform crop. Straight forward harvest.

Episode THREE: Take control back at harvest.

Guests: Mark & Matt Ferguson, Alberta Despite being new to straight cutting, Mark and Matt Ferguson have already seen a lot of progress. After trying the practice with a shatter-resistant variety on a small number of acres, they gained the confidence to expand to a larger number of acres. Find out how the Ferguson’s use straight combining as a solution for timing- and weather-related pitfalls at harvest. Learn more at http://agsolutions.ca/straightcutpod

11 MIN2017 JUN 20
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Episode THREE: Take control back at harvest.

Episode TWO: Five steps. Unlimited opportunities.

Guests: Kris & Bernie Klammer, Alberta Straight cutting has been a part of Kris and Bernie Klammer’s operation since the 80’s. And it’s clear why. After seeing success over several years, they decided to straight cut 100% of their acres in 2016 and plan to do the same in 2017. Hear their valuable advice on fertility, pre-harvest herbicide use, disease management, equipment choice and storage. Learn more at: http://agsolutions.ca/straightcutpod

17 MIN2017 JUN 7
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Episode TWO: Five steps. Unlimited opportunities.

EPISODE ONE: Canola innovation 30 years in the making.

Guest: Lee Erickson, Alberta Since taking a stab at straight cutting almost 30 years ago, Lee Erickson was eager for a chance to try again. And as technology improved and newer, more straight-cut friendly canola varieties became available, Lee saw the window of opportunity open. Find out what else swayed his decision and hear about the benefits he’s been seeing over the past 3 years. Learn more at: http://agsolutions.ca/straightcutpod Get Episode

16 MIN2017 MAY 6
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EPISODE ONE: Canola innovation 30 years in the making.
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Latest Episodes

Episode FIVE: Making straight-cutting choices a little more clear cut.

Guest: Shawn Senko, Saskatchewan The harvest season is quickly approaching and with it comes an abundance of straight-cutting choices—which varieties are best, what header to use and which fields to desiccate. Listen as Shawn Senko, agronomist for the Canola Council of Canada, discusses what growers should be considering this fall. Be sure to stay tuned for the end of the podcast for a special announcement from BASF about Heat LQ herbicide. Learn more athttp://agsolutions.ca/straightcutpod

15 MIN2017 AUG 26
Comments
Episode FIVE: Making straight-cutting choices a little more clear cut.

Episode FOUR: Uniform crop. Straight forward harvest.

Guest:Chris Zemlak, Saskatchewan Chris Zemlak is planning to straight cut over half his canola acres this year. But if he had it his way, he would be straight cutting all of them. “There’s something fun about straight cutting canola with a 40-foot header, at 5 miles an hour and putting 40 to 50 bushels an acre in the back of the hopper.” Listen to Chris’ experience with straight cutting and discover how a well-knit, uniform crop can go a long way. Learn more athttp://agsolutions.ca/straightcutpod

10 MIN2017 AUG 11
Comments
Episode FOUR: Uniform crop. Straight forward harvest.

Episode THREE: Take control back at harvest.

Guests: Mark & Matt Ferguson, Alberta Despite being new to straight cutting, Mark and Matt Ferguson have already seen a lot of progress. After trying the practice with a shatter-resistant variety on a small number of acres, they gained the confidence to expand to a larger number of acres. Find out how the Ferguson’s use straight combining as a solution for timing- and weather-related pitfalls at harvest. Learn more at http://agsolutions.ca/straightcutpod

11 MIN2017 JUN 20
Comments
Episode THREE: Take control back at harvest.

Episode TWO: Five steps. Unlimited opportunities.

Guests: Kris & Bernie Klammer, Alberta Straight cutting has been a part of Kris and Bernie Klammer’s operation since the 80’s. And it’s clear why. After seeing success over several years, they decided to straight cut 100% of their acres in 2016 and plan to do the same in 2017. Hear their valuable advice on fertility, pre-harvest herbicide use, disease management, equipment choice and storage. Learn more at: http://agsolutions.ca/straightcutpod

17 MIN2017 JUN 7
Comments
Episode TWO: Five steps. Unlimited opportunities.

EPISODE ONE: Canola innovation 30 years in the making.

Guest: Lee Erickson, Alberta Since taking a stab at straight cutting almost 30 years ago, Lee Erickson was eager for a chance to try again. And as technology improved and newer, more straight-cut friendly canola varieties became available, Lee saw the window of opportunity open. Find out what else swayed his decision and hear about the benefits he’s been seeing over the past 3 years. Learn more at: http://agsolutions.ca/straightcutpod Get Episode

16 MIN2017 MAY 6
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EPISODE ONE: Canola innovation 30 years in the making.
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