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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery May 20, 2014
Corn planting completion varies across Ontario
Corn planting completion to date varies across the province, with the provincial estimate at 30 per cent, according to Greg Stewart in the latest field crop report from OMAF.
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Herbicide selection non-issue with SDS
Researchers in the United States and Canada have found that glyphosate does not increase sudden-death syndrome severity or adversely affect yields in soybean fields.
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Summer students key in Ridgetown research efforts
This year, the field crop pest management group at the Ridgetown Campus of the University of Guelph has 10 summer students who will be measuring, staking, planting, counting and recording important field trial data.
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Ontario alfalfa suffered winter injury this year
Alfalfa winterkill and winter injury occurred across much of the province this spring, with many areas in lower-risk western and central Ontario suffering extensive damage.
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Feds invest in new market opportunities for special crops
The federal government is investing $230,000 to the Canadian Special Crops Association to increase export sales of special crops in markets abroad and increase the competitiveness of the mustard and sunflower seed industries.
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