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Our top magazine news stories of 2016

As 2016 comes to a close, here's a look back at some of our most popular magazine stories. Is your favourite article on the list? Tweet us or send an email to topcrop@annexweb.com and let us know what your favourite stories are.

#10 Use caution with foliar fungicides
Early foliar fungicide applications on durum not worthwhile.

#9 Fertilizer of the future
Nanotechnology ensures fertilizer is released only when crop needs it.

#8 New help from ancient grains
Testing microbial inoculants and sprays for control of Fusarium in corn and wheat.

#7 A new niche crop for Ontario
You don’t need a lot of acreage to get into hop production.

#6 Canadian drought monitor
Timely, interactive and clear information about drought.

#5 Manage cleavers in canola
Cleavers cause crop downgrading and reduced crop quality.

#4 Glyphosate-resistant weeds in Ontario
There are now four. Peter Sikkema from the University of Guelph, Ridgetown discusses theses Ontarian weeds.

#3 Mulch-based weed control
Good biomass is key to this weed control strategy.

#2 To till or not to till?
Does maize residue impact soybean yields?

#1 What can we learn from the loss of the world's greatest herbicicde?

Glyphosate resistance has caused an increase of about $40 to $50 per acre in our weed control systems.


December 28, 2016
By Top Crop Manager