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Herbicides alone won’t beat weeds

As weeds resist more herbicides, it will take more than spraying to control weeds in coming years.

John Deere 5R series tractors receive award

John Deere 5R Series Tractors have received the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers’ AE50 Award for 2018.

Pulse growers target food service industry to expand market opportunities

With Canadian pulse exports nearing $3.4 billion in 2017, supporting the continued growth of this sector is vital to achieving the Government of Canada's trade target of growing agriculture and food exports to $75 billion by 2025.
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The current status of Group 4 resistance

Join Top Crop Manager on February 27th and 28th at the 2018 Herbicide Resistance Summit in Saskatoon, and hear from Todd Gaines, assistant professor, department of bioagricultural sciences and pest management at Colorado State University, who will discuss the current status of Group 4 resistance in weeds and review mechanisms of dicamba resistance in kochia. Register now! » Read more...
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Seed treatment decisions made easy – Ascochyta

Since Ascochyta blight is widespread, the pathogens are commonly found on harvested pea seed. Seed treatment is a recommended practice to encourage fast germination. Turn to page three in the newly released Seed Treatment Guide to read more about which seed treatments are right for you. » Read more...

2018 Herbicide Resistance Summit

February 27-28
Saskatoon, Sask.
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