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Preserving midge-tolerate crops
Manitoba wheat growers are playing an important role in preserving the sustainability of midge tolerance technology that is growing in popularity across the province. "My customers are asking for midge-tolerant wheat varieties. There is more interest in them now and I think that will continue to grow," says Mark Keating, a seed grower and farmer from Russell, Manitoba.
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RBC and Farm & Food Care Foundation encourage green farms
According to a new report released yesterday by RBC and the Farm & Food Care Foundation, further investment and innovation in sustainable business practices at the farm level is critical for the future success of the Canadian agriculture industry. "Canadian farmers have an established track record as leaders in sustainable farm management," said Andrea Bolger, head, Business Financial Services, RBC.
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BASF registers Twinline for Eastern cereals
Now registered in Eastern Canada, new Twiniline fungicide from BASF Canada Inc. (BASF) is bringing superior leaf disease control to cereals. Registered on wheat, barley and oats, Twinline fungicide provides dual modes of action to control leaf diseases with the added power of AgCelence. Twinline controls a broad range of leaf diseases in cereals, including tan spot, septoria leaf spot, leaf rust, stripe rust, spot blotch, net blotch, scald, crown rust and powdery mildew.
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2011 Canadian pulse crop report
How do customers in international markets learn about the quality of Canada's pulse crops? Through the Canadian Grain Commission's annual harvest and export quality reports. Harvest quality reports are now available for western Canadian chick peas, peas, pea beans and lentils.
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