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Pulses in Western Canadian crop rotations - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)

http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/news/scientific-achievements-in-agriculture/pulses-in-western-canadian-crop-rotations/?id=1458074241731

...Pulses in Western Canadian crop rotations Set up an interview Media Relations Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada 1-866-345-7972 aafc.mediarelations-relationsmedias.aac@canada.ca Farmers in Western Canada know the benefits of well thought-out crop rotations. These can reduce the impact of harmful insects, reduce the amount of fertilizer needed, improve soil

Productive Potato Crop Rotations - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)

http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/science-and-innovation/agriculture-and-agri-food-research-centres-and-collections/manitoba/brandon-research-and-development-centre/productive-potato-crop-rotations/?id=1526301629917

...Productive Potato Crop Rotations Manitoba’s potato industry experienced unprecedented expansion during the 1990’s. However, the intensive nature of irrigated potato production requires careful management to ensure long-term benefits. Based on 14 years of research, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) scientists have developed economically

Using crop rotation to control wireworms in agricultural fields - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)

http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/science-and-innovation/agriculture-and-agri-food-research-centres-and-collections/ontario/pest-management-centre/pesticide-risk-reduction-at-the-pest-management-centre/integrated-pest-management-projects/using-crop-rotation-to-control-wireworms-in-agricultural-fields/?id=1537371210698

...Using crop rotation to control wireworms in agricultural fields Project Code: PRR07-030 Project Lead Christine Noronha - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Objective To evaluate the impact of rotational crops used in potato production on larval populations of wireworms and on the behaviour of adult click beetles within agricultural fields Summary of Results

Benefits of conservation management of sugar beet crop rotation - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)

http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/science-and-innovation/agriculture-and-agri-food-research-centres-and-collections/alberta/lethbridge-research-and-development-centre/benefits-of-conservation-management-of-sugar-beet-crop-rotation/?id=1528906652196

...Benefits of conservation management of sugar beet crop rotation There are currently about 200 sugar beet growers in southern Alberta producing the only domestic source of sugar in Canada worth $150 million in 2015. This important niche crop has been included in irrigation crop rotation research since 1923, but the shift to growing potato and dry bean

Crop rotations and soil management for Eastern Canada / by E.S. Hopkins and W.C. Hopper : A12-2/72-1926E-PDF - Government of Canada Publications

http://publications.gc.ca/site/eng/9.824754/publication.html

Apr 3, 2013 ...Crop rotations and soil management for Eastern Canada / by E.S. Hopkins and W.C. Hopper : A12-2/72-1926E-PDF "The main advantage of improved crop rotations is to assist in maintaining the fertility of the soil and thereby to increase the yields of farm crops. ... On the Dominion Experimental Farms throughout Canada, many trials have been made, over a long

Proposed Maximum Residue Limit PMRL2018-55, Flumioxazin

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/consumer-product-safety/pesticides-pest-management/public/consultations/proposed-maximum-residue-limit/2018/flumioxazin/document.html

Sep 9, 2019 ... Database. Appendix I Summary of Field Trial Data Used to Support the Proposed Maximum Residue Limit Residue data for flumioxazin in sunflower seeds were submitted to support the domestic use of Valtera Herbicide on sunflowers. Previously reviewed plant metabolism and confined crop rotational study data were reassessed in the framework of this petition. In addition

Crop rotations and soil management for Eastern Canada / by E.S. Hopkins and W.C. Hopper : A12-2/136-1930E-PDF - Government of Canada Publications

http://publications.gc.ca/site/eng/9.826596/publication.html

Apr 3, 2013 ...Crop rotations and soil management for Eastern Canada / by E.S. Hopkins and W.C. Hopper : A12-2/136-1930E-PDF "The main advantage of improved crop rotations is to assist in maintaining the fertility of the soil and thereby to increase the yields of farm crops. ... On the Dominion Experimental Farms throughout Canada, many trials have been made, over a long

Newton Lupwayi, PhD | Directory of scientists and professionals

https://profils-profiles.science.gc.ca/en/profile/newton-lupwayi-phd

Apr 2, 2019 ...: AAFC Online 124 scientific journal papers, including the following (since 2015): Béres, B.L. Lupwayi1, N.Z., Larney, F.J., Ellert, B., Smith, E.G., Turkington, T.K., Pageau, D., Semagn, K. and Wang, Z.  2018.  Rotational diversity effects in a Triticale-based cropping system.  Cereal Research Communications 46:717-728. Akter, Z., Pageni, P.B., Lupwayi, N.Z

Effects of crop rotation, crop type and tillage on soil organic carbon in a semiarid climate. - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)

http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/abstract/publication?id=25149000000168

Dec 31, 2013 ...Effects of crop rotation, crop type and tillage on soil organic carbon in a semiarid climate. Shrestha, B.M, McConkey, B.G., Smith, W.N., Desjardins, R.L., Campbell, C.A., Grant, B.B., and Miller, P.R. (2013). "Effects of crop rotation, crop type and tillage on soil organic carbon in a semiarid climate.", Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 93(1), pp. 137-146

M. Jean Lafond | Directory of scientists and professionals

https://profils-profiles.science.gc.ca/en/profile/m-jean-lafond

Mar 20, 2019 .... of Potato Research 75:83-90. Stevenson, F. C.,  Légère, A., Simard, R. R., Angers, D.A., Pageau, D. and Lafond, J. 1998. Manure, tillage, and crop rotation: Effects on residual weed interference in spring barley cropping systems. Agron. J.  90(4): 496-504. Stevenson, F. C.,  Légère, A., Simard, R. R.,  Angers, D.A., Pageau, D. and Lafond, J. 1997.  Weed species

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