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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery February 27, 2014
Next generation of an early warning system for disease
From improving Fusarium head blight forecasting, to providing early warning of the arrival of a virulent stem rust pathogen, to identifying emerging disease issues to be added to crop breeding programs – those are just a few of the possible future uses of a Canada-wide system for monitoring airborne pathogens.
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Cruiser 5FS seed treatment registered for on-farm use
Syngenta's Cruiser 5FS Seed Treatment is now registered for on-farm use, allowing growers to apply the Group 4 seed treatment to wheat, barley, rye, triticale, buckwheat, millet, dry peas, chickpeas, lentils, lupins and fava bean seed, on-farm using closed-system transfer, mixing and application equipment.
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Growers invited to BASF Knowledge Harvest events
The events provide information on how biologicals and seed treatments are opening new opportunities for crops, offer strategies for managing herbicide resistance, and give growers an opportunity to see the latest innovations in plant health research.
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Fluency Agent for corn, soybeans now commercially available in Canada
The use of this farmer-applied seed flow lubricant is required by Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) during the 2014 planting season with neonicotinoid-treated corn and soybean seeds.
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Room for pulse growth in Alberta
Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD) conducted several farmer surveys over the last two years to better understand the barriers to pulse crop production in Alberta. With a good agronomic fit in crop rotations, and the potential to increase production to satisfy growing world demand, the research was done to help guide ARD on how to overcome some of these barriers.
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