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What agronomic practices can reduce the effect of Fusarium head blight on durum wheat in Saskatchewan?
Fusarium head blight (FHB) has become an important disease of cereals in moist regions of western Canada. This disease has played an important role in contributing to lower grain yields and substantial downgrading of durum ...
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 ...
Yield and protein of wheat and durum in Brown Soil Zone as affected by long-term tillage system and crop rotation
Three tillage-rotation experiments in the Brown soil zone showed that spring wheat and durum grain yield and protein were affected by tillage system, length of time in tillage system, crop sequence. During the initial 15 ...