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Flea beetles, bertha armyworms, diamondback moths, cabbage seedpod weevils, crucifer root-feeding maggots, grasshoppers and the canola flower midge are among the biggest threats to a canola crop. Flagstaff County Agricultural Fieldman Harry Brook discusses these insect pests with bug expert Dr. Boyd Mori, University of Alberta assistant professor a…
 
Flagstaff County Agricultural Fieldman Harry Brook roots out some facts on soil fertility with Dr. Jeff Schoenau, a professor of soil fertility and professional agrologist who works in the Department of Soil Science at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon.Flagstaff County staff による
 
Dan Johnson, a professor of environmental science at the University of Lethbridge and grasshopper expert, tells Flagstaff County Agricultural Fieldman Harry Brook everything he wanted to know about grasshoppers, including how last summer's hot weather could impact 2022 populations.Flagstaff County staff による
 
Dr. Edward Bork is the Mattheis Chair in Rangeland Ecology and Management at the University of Alberta, and also serves as the director of the Rangeland Research Institute at the U of A. Dr. Bork and Flagstaff County Agricultural Fieldman Harry Brook engage in a wide-ranging conversation about native range management.…
 
Flagstaff County Assistant Ag Fieldman Nick Dunn talks to Markus Weber, president of LandView Drones, about how drones have had an impact on the agricultural industry and how producers can use them as another tool in the toolbox to increase efficiency and return on investment.Flagstaff County staff による
 
It's a rat race that Alberta is winning. For more than 70 years, the province has worked to stop destructive Norway rats from taking up residence within our boundaries. Flagstaff County Agricultural Fieldman Harry Brook chats about the ongoing efforts to maintain provincial "rat-free" status with Karen Wickerson, a specialist with the Alberta Rat C…
 
Retired Royal Canadian Air Force pilot Jim Gillespie – born and raised in Daysland – shares a few exploits from his illustrious 33-year military career with Flagstaff County Communications Coordinator Cary Castagna. Now 84, Gillespie lives in Camrose with his wife.Flagstaff County staff による
 
Former Flagstaff County Councillor Charlotte Curtis is compiling obituaries, birth notices and wedding and anniversary announcements, along with funeral cards and wedding invitations, into binders for a historical collection and backing it all up with an online database. She tells Flagstaff County Communications Coordinator Cary Castagna all about …
 
Flagstaff County Agricultural Fieldman Harry Brook talks Ag Service Boards with the province's ASB Program Manager Doug Macaulay, then discusses the Agricultural Pests Act and Weed Control Act with Gayah Sieusahai, pest regulatory officer with Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development.Flagstaff County staff による
 
Flagstaff County Agricultural Fieldman Harry Brook chats with Dr. Joy Agnew, associate vice-president for applied research at Olds College. Dr. Agnew has led the development of the Olds College Smart Farm, which was designed to improve the productivity, profitability and sustainability of ag production through technology and data utilization.…
 
With the Flagstaff Bike Challenge set to launch in mere days, Flagstaff County Communications Coordinator Cary Castagna picks up some savvy cycling advice from Bill Kropinske, owner of the Hardisty-area Grizzly Country bike shop.Flagstaff County staff による
 
In the highly anticipated sequel to Part 1 of our Public Engagement episode, Flagstaff County Reeve Don Kroetch talks to Communications Coordinator Cary Castagna about public engagement, while also outlining the next steps in the budget process and discussing some of the challenges facing council.Flagstaff County staff による
 
In lieu of our annual public open house due to ongoing COVID restrictions, Flagstaff County Council is using this podcast to publicly engage with residents. Listen as the reeve and councillors highlight current programs, services and priorities. (For further information, visit our website at: www.flagstaff.ab.ca.) Then, if you have any comments or …
 
Flagstaff County Agricultural Fieldman Harry Brook delves into the Alberta Climate Information Service (ACIS) – a vast online storehouse of meteorological data designed for farmers – with Ralph Wright, manager of Agrometeorological Applications and Modelling for Alberta Agriculture and Forestry.Flagstaff County staff による
 
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