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Less canola and soybean, more wheat seeded in 2018

Canadian farmers reported seeding less land to canola and soybeans – crops that were both at record levels in 2017 – according to the results of Statistics Canada’s June Field Crop Survey on seeded areas.

Fusarium head blight risk increases with humid warmer temperatures

Across most of the Prairies, cereals will be vulnerable to Fusarium head blight (FHB) as a result of more severe FHB incidents in 2016 and warm humid temperatures.

Early season root rot in soybeans and sunflowers

Manitoba Agriculture is reporting early season root rot in soybeans and sunflowers and advising producers to watch for grasshoppers, diamondback moth and thrips on barley.
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Canola Weather

Weather impacts on canola quality

It’s no surprise that weather impacts quality. A team of researchers from the University of Manitoba wanted to see if it’s possible to predict canola quality before harvest by looking at the weather and environmental conditions of the growing season. » Learn more
Continuous Canola

Continuous canola is no better

With high canola prices relative to other commodities, the temptation to run continuous canola is high. But does it really pay in the short term? A research study shows that net returns aren’t necessarily better, and that insect and disease pressures increase over time. » Learn more

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