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ON Corn Committee hybrid DON testing in 2018

MAR 24

Although 2018 was very challenging to growers and the rest of the corn industry, it presented an opportunity to compare hybrids for DON accumulation across several locations of the Ontario Corn Performance Trials. The main...

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Tight rows squeeze out huge corn yield

MAR 22

The cornucopia of a 284-bushel corn crop is something we might see in Iowa, but to find a yield this big in Manitoba would come as a surprise for most producers. Yet 284 bu. per acre with 52-pound bushel weight was the win...

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Fine-tuning nitrogen strategies on corn

MAR 22

With the use of high clearance fertilizer applicators, growers can split apply N in season up to the V13 corn growth stage (usually mid-July). The split application gives growers the opportunity to optimize N use and maxim...

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Floods shut nearly a sixth of U.S. ethanol production

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Assessing winter wheat stands for survival

MAR 22

Winter wheat can often be found to survive short freeze thaw events throughout the winter. However, there are concerns about crop damage and survivability, particularly in those fields that were planted late last fall and...

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Looking for tillers? Consider early season nitrogen management!

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Government announces tiered salvage benefit for DON-infested corn

MAR 22

Starting in 2019, Ontario growers will have access to a tiered salvage benefit when dealing with deoxynivalenol (DON) in the corn crop. Find out more on the benefit from this Real Agriculture article.

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Weed experts watching spring melt conditions

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Wheat Pete's Word: Dig that wheat, clover tips, fat soys, & questions from NoDak, OH, PEI & the Prairies

MAR 15

Where is wheat number one? Do you have a planter plate that’s going to work for soys (maybe not!)? Plus, do you know which spring-seeded cereal gets the biggest bump from early planting? If you’re looking for the answers t...

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How soybeans rebound from hail damage, & late planting options for MB

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Corn School: Nitrogen-fixing hybrids 10 years away

MAR 10

Imagine planting corn hybrids that could produce 40 to 80 percent of their nitrogen requirements. It’s only 10 years away, says University of Wisconsin–Madison researcher Dr. Vania Pankievicz. Find out more on the developm...

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Cold winter, high snow pack will impact spring planting start

MAR 10

Bryce Anderson has reported on a lot of weather over the years and when he says it’s cold, he doesn’t just mean it feels cold— he can tell you why it is cold, if it’s colder than it should be, and what that cold will mean ...

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U of M researcher leading Canadian team to determine 4R strategy for corn

MAR 10

There’s a new research project underway and a soil scientist from the University of Manitoba is taking the lead on the team. Dr. Mario Tenuta will be guiding a team of Canadian researchers to determine best practises on ho...

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