300 miles south of Grand Prairie,
500 miles south of Manning Alberta at 58
and I agree, Blaine Richter at CPS is going to make this work
even better than Ken Dechant.
meter and the Sulfur rate at 30 to 45 lbs S per acre,
10 to 15 gallons per acre for the Canola. All of the S
source will be
Thio-sul®. 12-0-0-26S. TAPPS is combined at 5 gallons APP,
ammoniated zinc, and 100 lbs N as NH3.
drainage point of North America. The Continental Divide, 52
degrees North. The Athabasca Glacier on a fine
morning (9:00 AM) about
At 80 miles
south of Jasper, 100 miles north of Lake Louise, 130
miles north of Banff,
250 miles to Calgary.
At 300 miles
South of Grand Prairie, Alberta and half way to Ken Dechant in
Manning Alberta at 58.5 degrees N, 500
miles to go, about 1,000 miles total for
the trip up, 2,000 miles for the 5 day
North of Spokane at 48.5 degrees, at about
70 miles per degree. Jasper is about half way to the oil fields,
”the Little Edmonton”, Grand Prairie. The population goes up
in the winter time, because the ground
freezes in the bush.
Glacier of Canada. Athabasca, A wonderful experience for any family.
Absolutely under ice 5,000 years ago.
Grand Prairie, Alberta. Oil field country. Raises really good spring
wheat and canola. Jump off point for “Ice Road Truckers”
No-till and Fall Banding made this country,
when the snow leaves they can seed a crop about
No-tillage makes it work.
work load out of the way, Seeding starts about
Fall banding TAPPS with stabilized N,
Grand Prairie. Big 61.25 foot,
Mustang, CUE machine. 3 product delivery. Very well built trailer.
Farming amongst the really big
rocks. The Kootenay Range. David Thompson was the Pioneer Explorer
of the Canadian Rockies.
Not too far from
Radium Hot Springs. 30 miles. Kootenay river alongside the road.
The Big Rig, and bigger
is always better.
Your Great Plains Reporter,