What We Are Reading Now!

The winters are long in Saskatchewan and with the holiday travel season upon us, the Crop Intelligence team thought the timing was right to share our 2019 reading list. A mix of textbooks, non-fiction books, podcasts and audiobooks there is something for everyone. The following are some of what our team is reading and listening to at the moment;


  • Andrea's pick: Henry's Handbook of Soils and Water by Les Henry
  • Elston's pick: Mineral Nutrition and Plant Disease by Datnoff, Elmer & Huber
  • Bonnie's pick: Soil Fertility and Fertilizers; An Introduction to Nutrient Management (4th Edition) by Havin, Tisdale, Nelson & Beaton


  • Ryan's pick: The 4 Disciplines of Execution by McChesney, Covey & Huling
  • Jeanna's pick: The Positive Shift: Mastering Mindset to Improve Happiness, Health, and Longevity by Catherine Sanderson
  • Bonnie's pick: Talking to Strangers by Malcom Gladwell (as an Audiobook)
  • Jake's pick: Thinking in Bets by Annie Dukes
  • Tom's pick: Howard Stern Comes Again by Howard Stern
  • Ryan's pick: Crossing the Chasm by Geoffry A. Moore


  • Jeanna's pick: Crime Junkie ("awesome for road trips")
  • Elston's pick: Ag PhD Radio Show ("for those of us who like to eat, drink, and listen farming")
  • Kendall's pick: The Ballad of Billy Balls ("satisfying binge listen")
  • Bonnie's pick: Dolly Parton's America ("a comentary on the American south through the lens of Dolly Parton")
  • Kendall's pick: Work Life with Adam Grant ("an organizational psychologist's view on making work more creative, productive, and fun")