It feels like spring!
We have been treating and shipping lots of seed over the past week as well as filling tote bag orders.
We do expect to sell out of a few crop types and/or varieties so get your final bookings in soon!
For barley we do have AB Cattlelac (6 row) & Austenson 2 row available yet.
Our cover crops school with Perry Produce was well received and the recording is posted here.
We have updated our cover crops page on our website with more detailed pictures, timings and blend options.
Wednesday, March 10, at 7pm
Michelle Beaith will be joining us! - She is an agronomist with the Saskatchewan Flax Development Commission. She is responsible for developing agronomy extension material (e.g. the Flax on the Farm newsletter), answering grower questions, managing the agronomy side of the SaskFlax research program, representing the flax industry at the annual Minor Use of Pesticides Workshop.
I (Greg) will be talking new varieties & new crop contracts as well as some agronomy from our farm.
We will be talking flax agronomy, flax varieties, flax new crop contracts
Time: Mar 10, 2021 07:00 PM Edmonton
Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85821354517?pwd=TkZLeU1MY2d5eUpqeTJ5WUJTRHlVUT09
Meeting ID: 858 2135 4517
Outlook Calendar (.ics)
Our past events they are posted here.
CDC Dorado Yellow Flax
CDC Dorado is a newer Yellow or Golden Flax variety with top yields and good standability. We find it yields like a Brown, stands as good or better and matures earlier than expected. It has high ALA oil content wanted buy some buyers, a large seed size, and a nice golden seed look.
Last season we were in the mid 60 bu range with this variety but we usually budget on 45-50 bu.
XPT Grain (contracting in all areas of the prairies) is contracting this yellow flax. Chris with XPT: Cell: +1-306-209-7746, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other buyers are also able to buy or contract this top yellow variety.
AAC Marvelous Brown Flax
AAC Marvelous is a new brown variety with top yields and good standability. It also has high oil content desired by some buyers. We stopped growing our other varieties once we had grown this one for a few seasons. Last season we were in the mid 60 bu range with this variety but we usually budget on 45-50 bu.
New To Flax?
We have a one pager on how we grow flax that we send with seed shipments.
Winter Evening Sessions
March 24th - Layne Seward , Biologist with Alberta Conservation Association - Intensive Farming While Creating Wildlife Habitat (We farm land directly around this project Layne has worked with)
Greg Stamp CCA
We offer a full range of seed treating options:
Syngenta Seed Care
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