Trial Reports (by Crop Type)

Canola

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Irrigation effects on Canola production (2018)

Crop Types: Canola

Centre(s): PESAI

The current study was designed with the objective to determine if canola variety agronomic attributes (maturity and height) and seeding rate have any effect on canola yield and performance under excess moisture conditions. Three canola varieties and three seeding rate combinations were evaluated under irrigation and ideal growing (on tile drainage land) conditions.

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Irrigation effects on Canola production (2018)

Crop Types: Canola

Centre(s): PESAI

The current study was designed with the objective to determine if canola variety agronomic attributes (maturity and height) and seeding rate have any effect on canola yield and performance under excess moisture conditions. Three canola varieties and three seeding rate combinations were evaluated under irrigation and ideal growing (on tile drainage land) conditions.

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Multi-Crop Intercrop trial (Pea-Oats-Canola-Wheat-Flax-Mustard) (2019-2021)

Crop Types: Canola, Flax, Mustard, Oats, Peas, Wheat

Centre(s): PCDF

Evaluate agronomic performance of peas in a monocrop or when intercropped with oats, canola, spring wheat, flax or mustard

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Pea-Canola-Mustard Intercrop (2019-2021)

Crop Types: Canola, Mustard, Peas

Centre(s): WADO

1. Evaluation of pea-canola or pea-mustard intercrop for biological control of pea diseases and weeds 2. Influence of intercropping system involving brassicas on pea grain yield, land equivalence ratio and protein content

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PESAI Manitoba Crop Variety Evaluation Trials (MCVET Trials) (2019)

Crop Types: Barley, Canola, Flax, Oats, Rye, Soybean, Wheat, Winter Wheat

Centre(s): PESAI

PESAI is one of the many contractors that are part of the MCVET program, which facilitates variety evaluations of many different crop types in this province. PESAI managed two MCVET sites (Arborg and Beausejour) during 2019 growing season. The purpose of the MCVET variety evaluation trials are to grow both familiar (check varieties) and new varieties side by side in a replicated manner in order to compare and contrast various variety characteristics such as yield, maturity, protein content, disease tolerance, and many others.

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Pre-harvest herbicide and desiccation options for straight-combining canola: Effects on plant and seed dry-drown, yield and seed quality (2017-2019)

Crop Types: Canola

Centre(s): WADO

The project objectives were to evaluate the effectiveness of pre-harvest herbicide/desiccant applications for assisting plant and seed dry-down for the two dominant herbicide systems (Liberty Link® and Roundup®). The options and relative performance for Clearfield® canola would presumably be similar to Liberty Link® canola.

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Straight Cut Canola Variety Trial (2017-2019)

Crop Types: Canola

Centre(s): WADO

To evaluate performance of straight cut canola seed varieties currently available to farmers on the Prairies.

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Swath Canola Variety Trial (2017-2019)

Crop Types: Canola

Centre(s): WADO

Evaluate performance of commercial swath canola seed varieties currently available to farmers on the Prairies

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Take a Stand with Canola Plant Populations (2019)

Crop Types: Canola

Centre(s): CMCDC

1- To demonstrate the effect of different target plant populations of Canola 2- To demonstrate the effect of different row-spacing of Canola

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Value of Seed Treatments (2019)

Crop Types: Canola, Soybean, Wheat

Centre(s): CMCDC

To discuss the benefits of seed treatment on 1- Canola 2- Soybean 3- Wheat

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