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Field Crop News

Field Crop News is an archive of information dedicated to the production of over 8.5 million acres of field crops in Ontario and a forum for which producers, researchers and industry personnel can share information and ideas. The crop technology team with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA), faculty at the University of Guelph and Ontario field crop producers continually work together to find ways to improve field crop production. The key learning and outcomes from these collaborations are captured at “Field Crop News”.

The news posts below are written by the Field Crop News team.

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Understanding Precision Agriculture – Lessons from the Field

Friday, October 21, 2016

Author: Joey Sabljic  Precision Agriculture Advancement for Ontario: This article is part of a series dedicated to helping farmers understand and implement precision agriculture technology. It is based on research conducted by Nicole Rabe, Ian McDonald and Ben Rosser at OMAFRA, in conjunction with Mike Duncan, Sarah Lepp and Gregor MacLean at Niagara College.  For more on precision agriculture go...

Nitrogen Fertilizer: Does It Help Build Soil Organic Matter?

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Co-written by Dr. Laura Van Eerd, Associate Professor, Nitrogen Fertility and Cover Crops, University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus Soil organic matter (OM) is the single most important soil health property that you have influence over through your management. Soil OM is all living, dead or long dead (and decomposed) material. Higher soil organic matter translates into better water holding capacity,...

Should 2,4-D be used to control weeds in emerged winter wheat during the fall?

Friday, October 14, 2016

Co-written by Joanna Follings, Cereal Specialist Should you use 2,4-D to emerged wheat in the fall to control weeds? The short answer is no. First, the label clearly states under the “Application Timing” section: “Do not apply to seedling winter cereals in the fall.” Second, there are other labelled and less injurious herbicide options that provide equivalent or better control of...

2016 Grain Corn Ear Mould and Vomitoxin (DON) Survey

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Co-Authored with Albert Tenuta The OMAFRA Field Crops team conducted its annual vomitoxin survey to assess the presence of corn ear mould and grain vomitoxin in the 2016 corn crop. Vomitoxins can be produced by Gibberella and Fusarium ear moulds and can be disruptive when fed to livestock, particularly hogs. A total of 121 samples were collected from Southern to...

Controlling common burdock

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Effective control of common burdock doesn’t happen overnight and is most successful when you can control new seedlings in the spring followed by controlling any larger first year plants in the fall so that they don’t overwinter, flower and disperse new seed the following year . Common burdock (Arctium minus) is a biennial that reproduces only by seed. Following seed germination...

Forage Summary 2016

Thursday, October 06, 2016

Forage production in 2016 was challenging as the cool spring delayed early growth and was followed by a hot, dry summer before rains returned in August. While hay inventories are below average, most of the hay harvested was high quality. This year has seen an increase use of cover crops for emergency forage and fall grazing. More corn has been...

Farmers are reducing weed seed return after cereal harvest

Friday, September 23, 2016

I was driving down a long country road and noticed that two large fields, where winter wheat was harvested almost eight weeks ago,  had a beautiful thick canopy of oats. It wasn’t long until I came across a field that was left fallow, that it became clear why so many farmers had chosen to plant an oat cover crop. There was...

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – September 14, 2016

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Soil Fertility Considerations in a Dry Year For some parts of the province, the 2016 growing season has been exceptionally dry. As we move towards fall, harvest, and soil sampling, there are some unique soil fertility considerations if you have experienced particularly dry weather this season. If you follow a build-up and maintain approach to fertility and your crop yields...

Planning for Big Wheat Yields!

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Despite the dry year and stripe rust infestation, we saw some big winter wheat yields across the province this season. Many growers are giving credit to a strong stand establishment last fall thanks to the excellent planting conditions. So as we get into the full swing of winter wheat planting, here are a few things to keep in mind that...

Weed ID Guide for Ontario Crops

Monday, September 19, 2016

Featuring over 120 species commonly found in and around agricultural fields, the Weed ID Guide for Ontario Crops is now available in the following formats. ePub format (124 MB file for Kindle, iBooks and other e-reader apps): click to download .pdf format (8 mb file): click to download print ready .pdf (141 mb file): click to download A limited number...

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