Audio Newsletter: Equip your crop to deal with heat, cold, excess water and drought

July 17, 2020

Summer is in full force and Western Canada has been experiencing weather extremes that can greatly impact crop yields. Abiotic stresses such as drought or excessive water, extreme heat or cold, are known to be major yield robbings. 

Balanced crop nutrition can help you take control of your crop's health, which is a determinant factor in how crops respond to these types of abiotic stresses.

In these two issues of Yara's Western Canada Knowledge grows audio newsletter, our agronomy team discusses the role of nutrients in helping crops respond in the best possible way to heat, cold, excess water, and drought. 

Heat & Drought - Listen now:

Cold & Water - Listen now:


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Allison Hebert
Allison Hebert
Sales Agronomist

British Columbia & Southern Alberta

Cody Vogel
Cody Vogel
Senior Sales Agronomist
Mark Carlson
Mark Carlson
Senior Sales Agronomist

Northern Saskatchewan