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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery September 4, 2013
Above average yields in Saskatchewan
Five per cent of the 2013 provincial crop has been combined, while 14 per cent has been swathed or is ready to straight cut, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's Weekly Crop Report.
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Goss’s wilt spreads to Alberta
Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development has confirmed Goss’s wilt has been found in Alberta. Prior to this discovery, Goss’s wilt infections have been limited to the Red River Valley in Manitoba.
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Strong weather systems in Manitoba challenges harvest
High winds, heavy rains and hail associated with the systems resulted in some crop damage, including lodging of crops, shattering of standing and swathed canola and cereal crops, according to the Manitoba Crop Report.
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FCL buys 17 Viterra retail outlets
Included in the deal are eight sites in Saskatchewan (Canwood, Cupar, Leoville, Lloydminster, North Battleford, Prince Albert, Strasbourg, White Star), eight in Alberta (Barons, Claresholm, Crossfield, Grimshaw, High River, Manning, Stettler, Viking) and one in Manitoba (Roblin).
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Class change for CDC Falcon in 2014
Effective August 1, 2014, the Canada Western Red Winter (CWRW) variety CDC Falcon moves to the Canada Western General Purpose (CWGP) class.
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Cut canola too green, lose yield
Research conducted by the Canola Council of Canada over approximately 28 site-years indicates that significant yield increases can be achieved by waiting until 50-60 per cent seed colour change on the main stem before swathing.
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