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Assessing Soybean Emergence / Plant Population

June 8, 2023
For most growers, this year’s seeding is done. Now it is time to assess the number of soybeans that have emerged in the fields.These early weeks are the perfect time for growers to accurately examine the density and health of their soybean stand. This exercise provides a short window to reseed if necessary. By the […]

The Seedcorn Maggot

May 11, 2023
The Seedcorn Maggot, also known by its Latin name Delia Platura, is the most common root maggot pest found in Quebec’s soybean fields. As seeding time approaches, you need to be aware of its presence and what it can do to your crops. Read this article to learn more! Life cycle To begin, the Seedcorn […]

Corn Residue Management

April 27, 2023
Good residue management can make the difference between the success or failure of your spring plantings! Whether you use till or no-till , this article will explain how to properly manage your corn stubble for your next soybean crop! No-till There is no tillage in no-till. The corn residue is left on the soil surface […]

Winning Solutions for Weed Control in Soybean Crops

April 12, 2023
Weeds are able to return year after year because of their life cycle and their methods of reproduction. This is why, to protect your soybean crop, it is important to have a good action strategy for every season!  Don’t know how to get started? Read on for our team’s top weed control tips! Start early! […]

Aphid Management in 2022: How to Prepare for 2023!

March 9, 2023
Part 2 In 2022, a rise in aphid populations was observed in many fields across Quebec. In July, an average of 250 aphids per plant were observed in 15 of the 65 fields studied by the RAP Grandes cultures, Quebec’s plant protection warning network for field crops. Following these observations, because of the critical plant […]

Soybean Aphid Damage

March 1, 2023
Part 1 The Asian soybean aphid was first seen in North America in the state of Wisconsin in 2000. In 2001, it made its official appearance in Québec, following some severe infestations reported in Ontario. Considered one of the major pests in soybean culture, it is now found in most of our fields in every […]

Employee profile : Jérémie Bélanger - Programmer analyst

December 20, 2022
Wondering who are the people working behind the scenes at Prograin? In this article, we’ll introduce you to Jérémie Bélanger, one of our valued employees.  Hi Jérémie. What do you do at Prograin and how long have you been working here? I have been working for the company for 2 years now! I am a […]

Calculate Your Cost of Production to Improve Your Profitability

December 14, 2022
Knowing your Cost of Production (COP) makes it easier to understand and manage your business and can help with decision-making. According to a survey of Canadian producers, only 65% of farms are likely to analyze their profitability; yet there is a noticeable trend towards indebtedness, higher interest rates, and overspending. The benefits of calculating your […]

How to Increase Moisture in Too-Dry Soybeans

November 22, 2022
The Fall 2022 weather conditions could mean that your soybeans were harvested at below the standard moisture content. If your soybean moisture is 11-12%, conditioning may be needed to achieve the standard 13% moisture at delivery time. Here are some important tips from our team to help deal with this situation: Aerate your soybeans when […]

Employee profile : Pierre-Olivier Lussier - Forklift Operator

September 27, 2022
Wondering who are the people working behind the scenes at Prograin? In this article, we’ll introduce you to Pierre-Olivier Lussier, one of our valued employees.  Hi Pierre-Olivier. What do you do at Prograin and how long have you been working here? I’ve been working at Prograin for 12 years. Initially, I was hired to do […]

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