Inputs: The Podcast
A pulse check with Robyne Davidson
By Stefanie Croley
Pulse crops have made waves in Western Canada in recent years, and for good reason – they’re high in protein and pull their weight in a rotation by fixing nitrogen. Like any crop, there are agronomic challenges, but there’s growing potential.
In this episode, Robyne Davidson, pulse crop specialist and research scientist at Lakeland College in Lacombe, Alta., shares agronomic insights about how well pulse crops performed in the province this season, and gives updates on the research pipeline.
Support for this episode provided by Dekalb and Soileos.