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Researchers develop clubroot mapping tool

Researchers from the University of Saskatchewan and University of Calgary have created ClubrootTracker: an interactive tool that will help farmers share the clubroot status of their land.

New pre-seed burndown herbicide for Western Canada

Nufarm’s ThunderHawk is a pre-seed herbicide that provides broadleaf weed control for cereal growers in the Black and Dark Brown soil zones of Western Canada. It will be available for spring 2021.

Consumers confident in Canada’s food system

According to new research from the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity, Canadians are optimistic about their food supply, even in the face of pressure and public scrutiny due to COVID-19.
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Developing field pea varietal blends to improve yields

Field peas are an important rotation crop in Western Canada. Currently, most commercial varieties are semi-leafless peas with tendrils instead of leaflets. However, previous research showed that leafed varieties can out-yield semi-leafless peas. Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan are investigating pea varietal blends to understand whether they offer advantages. » Learn more

IWCA Q&A: The problem solver

In this series, catch highlights from interviews done with the Influential Women in Canadian Agriculture (IWCA) finalists. Karen Schuett, co-founder and CEO of Livestock Water Recycling (LWR) based in Calgary, is regarded as a manure expert. Schuett discusses her pursuit of lagoon-free food production, taking risks, her defining moment and – of course – manure. » Learn more
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Storing polyphosphates

There are some important things to remember when storing polyphosphates. Temperature increases of the polyphosphate solution will cause degradation. Store polyphosphates in lighter colored storage containers. That will help keep product temperature down compared to darker storage containers. » Learn more