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Maintaining proper fall application of glyphosate

Improper use of glyphosate can create market risk. When using glyphosate to control weeds pre-harvest, growers can avoid unacceptable residues in the harvested seed by following these Keep it Clean! guidelines.

Five simple tips to keep crops ready for market

When growers consider market access at all points in the growing season and take the necessary steps to grow a market-ready crop, they can protect their own investments and help keep markets open for all.

Saskatchewan Ag provides grain-drying and storage resources

Saskatchewan Agriculture recently published two harvest fact sheets, developed in collaboration with PAMI. They were compiled as a quick reference guide for grain storage to reduce spoilage.
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Supplemental heating with natural air drying BMPs

Under certain harvest conditions, producers may have to consider drying grain on-farm to minimize the risk of spoilage during harvest. With the right management and operational practices, natural air drying (NAD) systems with additional supplemental heat can be a good intermediate system between heated air drying, which has higher capital and energy costs, and NAD systems. » Learn more

Podcast: Management of stored pulses

As Charley Sprenger, project leader at PAMI, notes, while grain storage is often studied, best management practices about storing pulses like peas and lentils isn’t always as widely available. Sprenger shares tips for storing pulse crops after harvest with Western Field Editor Bruce Barker in this bonus episode of Inputs, the podcast by Top Crop Manager. » Learn more
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What makes TruFlex canola with Roundup Ready Technology so special? That’s a complicated question, but it all comes down to three distinct advantages – Superior control of tough weeds, flexibility in spray rates and timing and higher yield potential through genetics and crop safety. » Read more here