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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery April 10, 2014
Manage stored grain before May 2014
The slow movement of grain out of Western Canada has forced producers to place grain in temporary storage in Quonsets, in Silobags or simply piled on the ground. As the weather warms, there is a great risk of grain spoiling due to insect infestation, mould growth or rodents.
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Insect update and forecast for 2014
Top Crop Manager provides its annual look back at crop pests in 2013, with an outlook to potential problems to expect in 2014.
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Rotate clubroot resistant varieties
As many growers know, resistant varieties are a critical tool for managing clubroot, a devastating canola disease. So Alberta researchers are assessing the pathogen’s ability to erode the effectiveness of the resistance genes and developing guidance to help growers protect this valuable tool.
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Saskatchewan launches flood mitigation program
The Saskatchewan government’s Water Security Agency has launched the 2014 Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program.
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