Territory Manager, Central Alberta
This is TJ West. He comes from a farming background and has had a successful career in the Ag industry prior to joining OMEX in 2013. He is a straight shooter, offering a wide array of knowledge and agronomic expertise, and lays out the facts to help farmers make good agriculture decisions. TJ is a passionate Edmonton Oilers fan, and enjoys catching the game live at Roger Place.
Copper (Cu) is a micronutrient which is only needed in trace amounts, but is involved in several key plant actions, including photosynthesis, nitrogen utilization, protein production and water regulation. Copper deficiency is becoming more widespread across Western Canada, limiting a crop’s growth and reducing yield potential. In this post we will examine the role of […]Read More
Nitrogen and phosphorus losses can be a big concern for the farmer, both environmentally and economically. Most losses are unintentional, but that doesn’t mean they’re unavoidable. In this post, we will explore how OMEX can help you prevent nitrogen and phosphorus leaching through a nutrient management plan designed to stabilize, reduce losses of N and […]Read More
So far, the only thing predictable about the weather is its unpredictability. From a winter that brought us an unusually low snow cover in most parts of the Prairies, to a very snowy March and a cool/cold April, it’s anyone’s guess how May will play out. Even though it is not without its challenges, producers […]Read More