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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery May 8, 2014
Alberta warns of potential pest problems
An Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development specialist says early indications are that wheat midge and bertha armyworm may cause problems in Alberta this coming growing season.
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Manitoba's first seasonal crop report
Cool, wet conditions are slowing the start of the 2014 growing season in Manitoba, according to Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development’s (MAFRD) first crop report of the season.
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Soy Canada under development
Work is underway on developing a new national organization to represent the entire soybean industry. Soy Canada is a proposed national organization that would drive growth and progress with soybeans in Canada.
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MAFRD holds weekly crop production webinars
Manitoba farm production advisors are collaborating this field season to produce two weekly webinars focused on agronomic topics relative to the areas they serve. The webinars are free of charge and are meant to assist growers and agronomists with this year’s field season.
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Alberta begins seasonal crop reports
Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD) will be starting up their seasonal crop reporting program this Friday, May 9. ARD has delivered the Alberta Crop Reporting Program since 1940. This year, the crop reporting series will consist of 13 bi-weekly reports, with seven prepared by AFSC and six by ARD.
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Sask Farm Stewardship Program improvements
New beneficial management practices added to Saskatchewan’s Farm Stewardship Program will increase focus on important areas such as precision farming and land management.
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