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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery May 29, 2014
Rain, frost, snow hinders Alberta seeding
The recent cool weather conditions, including rain, frost and snow continued to hinder soil warming and delay seeding in some areas, according to Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development’s latest crop report.
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New tolerances for ergot, sclerotinia and Fusarium
Updated tolerances for ergot and sclerotinia for most classes of wheat take effect in Western Canada on August 1, 2014, and in Eastern Canada on July 1, 2014. As well, new tolerances for Fusarium-damaged kernels take effect for Barley, Canada Eastern/Western Food.
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Saskatchewan seeding progressing
Significant seeding progress was made last week in Saskatchewan, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly crop report. Follow the 2014 Crop Report on Twitter @SKAgriculture.
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Manitoba crop report: May 26
Seeding is estimated to be 25 to 30 per cent complete in the southwest region, 25 per cent complete in the northwest region, 60 per cent complete in the central region, 50 per cent complete in the eastern region and 40 per cent complete in the Interlake region.
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Authority registered on soybeans in Western Canada
Authority and Authority Charge herbicides, which are based on the group 14 herbicide sulfentrazone, are now registered on soybeans in Western Canada.
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