Canadian non-GMO drought-resistant wheat may enter registration trials in 2017.
Look for conveniences, opening speed, durability, and reliability.
It’s not easy or cheap, but it is possible to assemble an equipment package that can harvest with high efficiency in the fields and woodlands of northeast Wisconsin. Just ask Phil Fendryk.
He is a custom harvester located 50 miles north of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Due to the terrain and weather, field sizes have changed little here in generations.
The cost is daunting, but a financial incentive is available.
The result is corn plants that are shorter, sturdier, need less nutrients – but yield the same.
Wireless technology may monitor spray droplets for size and distribution.
New sensor-based controller could automatically adjust seeding depth for varying field conditions.
While companies and governments prepare a mid-continent transportation corridor from Mexico City to Winnipeg, some thoughts are turning toward an extension north to Churchill, Manitoba, and the open saltwater of Canada’s Hudson Bay.
Here’s a look at corn stover’s economics in Canada.