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ECB surveys to track populations and damage

Growers are asked to report any European corn borer eggs, larvae or damage they find in any host crop via the early/mid-season (before July) and late season (July to pre-harvest) surveys.

CGC to make canary seed an official grain

Responding to producer calls for change and following consultations with stakeholders across the country, the CGC is implementing regulatory changes that add canary seed to the list of official grains.

Case IH introduces new planter tech and boom configuration

The Case IH ISO Planter Control gives operators the ability to view high-resolution as-applied planting data in real time; Case IH has also added a new 90-foot boom option for the FA 1030 air boom applicator.
Featured News 
Reducing N losses

Reducing N losses in corn systems

A new study from the University of Guelph looks at how management approaches can reduce N2O emissions at the provincial level, while considering trade-offs with other forms of N loss, such as leaching and ammonia volatilization. As study lead and University of Guelph professor, Claudia Wagner-Riddle, notes, N2O losses are hugely affected by interactions between the weather, management decisions and soil. » Learn more
Managing root rot in flax

Managing root rot in flax

The good news about seedling blight and root rot in flax is that the occurrence is relatively low, and it can be managed to reduce the impact of the disease complex. As a result, rarely is there bad news to report. They haven’t become a major issue largely because seedling blight and root rot can be controlled with a combination of farm practices, such as using Certified seed and adjusting combine settings. » Learn more

Top Crop Summit

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