AgronomyThe Pros and Cons of Planting Whole Seed and Cut Seed Pieces

The Pros and Cons of Planting Whole Seed and Cut Seed Pieces

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The whole seed model has been used in Europe for some time and is becoming more popular in the United States. The practice has had low adoption in Canada; however, that may change. Is a whole seed system possible for Canada?

Join our live webinar to learn:

  • The pros and cons of planting whole seed and cut seed pieces
  • Whole seed size distribution and seed sizing capabilities
  • Whole seed commercial trial results
  • Next steps for the industry

Register here: www.spudsmart.com/webinar

Guest Speakers:

Shaun Pelkey is the agronomy manager at McCain Foods’ Valley Farms.

Shawn Brenn is co-owner of Brenn-B Farms.

Milt Carter is the CEO, president and managing partner of CSS Farms Inc.

 

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