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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery August 7, 2013
Leave check strips in hail damaged areas
The Canadian Crop Hail Association reports hail claims are above average in Alberta, so producers should leave check strips or swaths in hail-impacted fields in the event a crop needs to be harvested before an adjuster arrives.
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Southern Manitoba on alert for Goss’s wilt
While Goss’s wilt remained isolated to eastern Manitoba in 2012, 2013 has already seen some intense storm systems that could cause it to emerge as a problem for corn growers in southern Manitoba as the disease continues to move.
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Canola diseases to watch for in August
The time between now and harvest is an excellent time to look for diseases in canola. Fungicide is not effective at this stage (for most diseases), but scouting and identifying diseases can help with management in following years.
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New GM at Alberta Wheat Commission
Doug Cornell has been named the new general manager of the Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC), following the retirement of the year-old Commission's inaugural general manager Rick Istead.
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Saskatchewan crops in good to excellent condition
The majority of crops in Saskatchewan are in good to excellent condition, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report.
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Alberta crop conditions rated high
Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development reports that provincial crops are progressing well, with crop condition ratings remaining high at 87 per cent rated good/excellent.
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