Post written April 14th 2020
We have been able to seed one field of DL Rico Faba beans last week on Thursday. Hoping to start again on peas this week as we had about 2" of snow on Friday night. Seed treating and shipping has been steady, the biggest concern has been maintaining the 6' buffer between ourselves & yourselves or your employees to help reduce the risk of spread.
Below I will talk about new crop yellow flax opportunities, in addition to a few new varieties available.
Nothing is more important than the well-being of our staff and the customers we serve. We are still open for seed pickup but our office & scale house are now closed during seed pickup due to COVID-19 effective immediately. Please pass along to your staff who will be picking up seed or custom truckers.
Yellow Flax - New Crop Contracts
AAC Bright is a variety that is light & bright in looks and also stands well.
CDC Dorado is an early season, high ALA oil content variety.
Chris from XPT Grain has some new crop opportunities on both contact him at 306-209-7746 by call or text. I have worked with Chris a few years now and he is good to work with.
FB 9-4 (Malik) - Tannin Faba Bean
FB 9-4 is a large seeded Faba Bean making it more difficult to seed and 4-5 bu per ac is needed to get 4 plants per square foot.
Delivered Strathmore and other locations in Western Canada - Independent Broker - Vicki: 306-441-6699
Delivered Wilke Sk, Gibbons Ab & Strathmore - AGT Foods - Annette: 306-280-5010
AAC Liscard – Top Maple Pea for yield & standability.
I have some customers who are growing on spec, I was offered $9 per bu on some excess inventory of this variety for May / June delivery.
CDC Proclaim - Small Red
Top Yielding small red lentil with good grade retention.
There are many buyers for lentils in the market place and i have noticed some 0.24 cent new crop bids.
New crop prices available with Kris from Johnstons Grain 403-266-7067 and most pulse buyers.
Greg Stamp CCA
We offer a full range of seed treating options:
Syngenta Seed Care
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