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Impact of topography and nitrogen fertility on canola and wheat diseases
Precision farming technology may offer the ability to increase current levels of grain production per unit cost by improving the efficiency of inputs. Canola diseases such as Sclerotinia, Alternaria and blackleg and wheat ...
Impact of topography and management on diseases of canola and wheat
Crop productivity on hilly terrain may vary greatly from upper to lower slopes due to differences in fertility, moisture and micro-environment. Plant diseases are affected by these conditions, resulting in differences in ...
Feasibility of boron fertilization on canola in the Saskatchewan parkland
Canola is the principal cash crop in the Parkland zone of western Canada. In the Saskatchewan Parkland, many producers are experiencing a reduction in canola yields on their farms. Failure of canola to develop flower buds ...
First year application effects of copper fertilizers on grain yield and quality of wheat
Copper (Cu) deficiency is often associated with coarse-textured soils. Wheat is probably the most sensitive cereal to Cu deficiency, though some cultivars of wheat are less affected by the Cu deficiency than others. The ...
Impact of tillage system, rotation and fungicide application on seed yield and protein content of wheat and field pea
The impact of tillage system, increasing broadleaf crop rotation frequency and foliar fungicide use on diseases, seed yield and protein content of wheat and field pea were determined in the second cycle of three 4-year ...
Fire and iron: tools for disease management?
Large volumes of crop residue are often managed using tillage or burning. This study examined the effect of these practices on diseases of barley [leaf spots, Pyrenophora teres Drechsler and Cochliobolus sativus (Ito & ...