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Grazing of spring and winter cereals in southwest Saskatchewan
A pasture system that combines the early high productivity of a spring cereal and the late-season growth ability of a winter cereal vegetative tillers may provide an important forage/pasture resource in southwestern ...
Competitiveness-shifts from weeds to crops using arbuscular fungi
Arbuscular fungi (AF) colonize ca. 80% of terrestrial plant roots and typically improve their growth by enhancing nutrient uptake, reducing disease severity and/or imparting resistance to abiotic stress. Therefore, ...
Fusarium species in underground tissue of pulse, oilseed, and cereal crops grown in southeast Saskatchewan
A total of 643 cereal, oilseed and pulse crops were sampled in southeast Saskatchewan in 2000 and 2001 for Fusarium populations in underground living tissue. Many of the Fusarium spp. isolated from discolored roots/subcrown ...
Response of cereals to fertilizer N on pulse and other stubbles
To optimize cropping systems requires knowledge of effects of the preceding crop on the grain yield and protein and the response to N of a following cereal crop. To gain this knowledge, we grew hard red spring (HRS) wheat, ...
Colonization of cereal and noncereal crop residues by Fusarium spp. in southeast Saskatchewan
In July of 2000 and 2001, residues of wheat, barley, oat, canola, flax, lentil and pea crops were sampled from over 300 fields in southeast Saskatchewan. The non-cereal crops sampled had been preceded by a cereal crop, ...
Soil Factors Controlling Phytotoxicity and Persistence of Saflufenacil in Prairie Soils.
Saflufenacil herbicide, developed by BASF, is available in Saskatchewan for control of broadleaf weeds by pre-plant and pre-emergence applications to a wide range of crops such as barley, canary seed, chickpea, field pea, ...