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Comparison of ground and aerial application of fungicide for control of Ascochyta blight in chickpeas
Ascochyta rabiei control from aerial and ground application was assessed near Saskatoon in 2003 and 2004. Each year, a site of about 12 ha was seeded to kabuli (cv. CDC Xena) chickpeas. At the first sign of disease, ...
Canola and mustard response to short periods of high temperature and drought stresses at different growth stages
Brassica crops grown on the semiarid Canadian prairie are often subject to heat and water stress during the period of flowering. A growth chamber study was conducted at Swift Current to understand the effects of short ...