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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery July 10, 2014
Excess moisture can cause nutrient deficiencies in canola
With the excess moisture Western Canada has had this growing season, growers should be on the lookout for various signs of stress in their canola crops.
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Stripe rust in Alberta update
Stripe rust continues to spread through commercial winter wheat fields. It has now been reported in southern Alberta, in Lacombe/Red Deer/Olds, in Whitecourt/Edson and in Beaverlodge.
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Flooding kills canola as prices set to rise
Widespread flooding after record rainfall is reversing expectations for a bigger crop in Western Canada, according to a story in the Regina Leader-Post. Indeed, parts of the Prairies received record rain since the start of the growing season, and Saskatchewan, the nation’s top wheat and canola producer, has had as much as triple the normal amount in the past month.
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Disease and insect incidence in Manitoba high
Soybean brown spot and bacterial blight are showing up in more fields in Manitoba, according to the province’s most recent insect and disease update.
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Watch for heat effects in canola
The heat is (finally) here on the Prairies, and canola producers know that hot days (28 C - 30 C and up) and warm nights (16 C and up) from bud to mid-flowering stages can have a devastating effect on canola yield.
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