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Barley after hay: grass matters!
Perennial forage crops are not traditionally grown in crop rotations in the Brown soil zone for several reasons: i) they are slow to establish; ii) they require intensive tillage to terminate; and iii) they reduce yield ...
Rotation and fertility effects on root rot of spring wheat in southwest Saskatchewan
Spring wheat grown in a replicated trial for one or two years after summerfallow, lentil, flax, or continuously (with and without fertilizer N) was examined for subcrown internode discoloration from 2000 to 2002 in southwest ...
Tillage system and cropping sequence effects on Fusarium head blight in barley in eastern Saskatchewan
Fusarium head blight (FHB) in barley is well established in the eastern Canadian Prairies and appears to be moving westward. A survey of 192 barley crops in eastern Saskatchewan was conducted to determine the impact of ...
Tillage system and cropping sequence effects on common root rot of barley in eastern Saskatchewan
Fusarium head blight (FHB) in barley has been spreading on the Canadian Prairies for the last decade. Fusarium spp. causing FHB can also cause crown/root rot of cereal crops. It is therefore of interest to determine the ...