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Corn School: Protecting grain quality in the disease nursery

November 22, 2022

Why is there an irrigated corn crop growing in the middle of the University of Guelph’s Ridgetown campus? On this episode of the RealAgriculture Corn School, host Bernard Tobin takes a trip into the research maze to get a ...

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Soybean virus benefits bugs that eat the crop

November 22, 2022

A virus is a threat to many crops but, in a complicated relationship, the soybean vein necrosis orthotospovirus is an unexpected benefit to soybean thrips. Researchers at Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences have ...

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Edible Bean School: Fungicide strategies for managing white mould

November 15, 2022

On this episode of the RealAgriculture Edible Bean School, Chris Gillard joins host Bernard Tobin to discuss his research and the role fungicides can play in managing the challenges white mould brings to dry beans.

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The Canada fleabane problem

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Corn School: How weather influenced tar spot in 2022

October 09, 2022

Tar spot was found in many regions of Ontario again in 2022 but dry weather conditions throughout the growing season reduced the leaf disease’s impact on the corn crop. On this episode of the RealAgriculture Corn School, w...

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Corn smut infection has its roots in the genes

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Fall armyworm trap counts are high

September 11, 2022

Traps south of London and in Essex County have had very high captures of fall armyworm. Winter canola, winter cereals, forages and cover crops should be monitored for larvae – not just limited to the region of these traps....

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Soybean School: Winning the spider mite fight

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Wheat Pete's Word, Aug 17: Late tar spot, biomass, performance trials, & bean leaf beetles

August 17, 2022

How early is too early for wheat? How late is too late for tar spot to steal yield? Are too-late silks a high-risk for gibberella? This week’s version of Wheat Pete’s Word on RealAgriculture tackles those questions and muc...

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N fertilizer supply relatively secure for 2023, says Sollio Agriculture, as sanctions & tariffs continue

August 17, 2022Read Article

Grassy weeds in winter wheat

August 08, 2022

What was that grassy weed in my winter wheat at harvest time? Three different types of grassy weeds have been found above the winter wheat canopy at harvest this year. Find out more on all three from this Field Crop News a...

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The Agronomists, Ep 77: Ken Currah & Greg Stopps on gibberella & tar spot management

July 26, 2022

Host Lyndsey Smith is tackling gibberella and tar spot management in this RealAgriculture episode of The Agronomists, with guests Ken Currah of BASF and Greg Stopps of Corteva.

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WBC trap catches increasing but not peaking yet – Scout for egg masses

July 26, 2022

Western bean cutworm (WBC) trap counts are starting to ramp up quickly, with a few traps catching around 200-300 moths this week. Find out more on trap catches and what that means for growers from this Field Crop News arti...

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