crop rotation

How Soybeans Fit into Your 2022 Rotation

Despite the range in drought conditions this summer, soybean crops in Manitoba performed relatively well versus other crops. Late summer rains enabled a fair number of soybean fields to produce… Read more

Rotating Your Crops Pays Off

It is well documented that proper crop rotation is best practice for the sustainability and longevity of your farm. Rotating crops in a 3- to 4-year cycle helps lower disease and insect pressure, prolongs herbicide weed resistance when altering groups and adding tank mixes, and helps in tillage and fertility. There are plenty of benefits. So why do farmers deviate from their rotation?