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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery June 19, 2014
Alberta insect pest update
Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD) is continuing to keep an eye on insect pests in this year’s crops. Some things to watch for.
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Manitoba crop report
Seeding progress in Manitoba is estimated at 90 per cent complete, according to the province’s latest crop report. But rain is making the going hard.
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Controlling Japanese and downy brome
Researchers are looking to expand weed control options in winter wheat. Eric Johnson with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) at Scott, Sask., is in the midst of a three-year research trial hoping to add to pre-seed and in-crop control options.
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FNA announces new nitrogen plant location
FNA Fertilizer Limited Partnership is building a new nitrogen fertilizer plant near Belle Plaine, Sask. The site was selected because of access to natural gas, an available electrical power supply, ample water supply, and infrastructure including roads and access to both national railways.
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Helping injured farmers return to work
Following a two-week social media campaign called Back to Ag, Farm Credit Canada (FCC) has donated $100,000 to a program aimed at helping farmers and agricultural workers return to work after a life-altering injury.
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