Trial Reports (by Crop Type)

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Cover Crops 101 (2019)

Crop Types: Oats, Peas

Centre(s): CMCDC

1. What do you want to accomplish with a cover crop? 2. How will you plant it and when? 3. What will follow the cover crop in your rotation? 4. Which cover crop will you plant? 5. How will you terminate your cover crop?

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Crack Open the Pod of MPSG Research and Resources (2019)

Crop Types: Dry Beans, Fababeans, Peas, Soybean

Centre(s): CMCDC

To discuss the initiatives and accomplishment of Manitoba Pulse & Soybean Growers regarding 1- Soybeans 2- Dry Beans 3- Field Peas 4- Faba Beans

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Effect of fungicide and alfalfa understory with pea-canola intercrop production (2018-2019)

Crop Types: Canola, Peas

Centre(s): WADO

1. To determine if pea-canola intercrop out-yields and is more profitable than monocrop peas or canola. 2. To determine if fungicide application is a possible best management practice for disease control 3. To determine the effect of relay cropping alfalfa in pea-canola stands

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Intercropping with soybeans and peas (2019)

Crop Types: Peas, Soybean

Centre(s): PESAI

1. Gain experience in intercropping: observe and evaluate agronomic performance of intercropping compared to mono-cropping 2. Evaluate yield potential, land use equivalency and profitability of intercropping compared to mono-cropping 3. Overall, start a knowledge base on if and how intercrops can be utilized in cropping systems in the Interlake

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Intercropping with Soybeans and Peas (2019-2020)

Crop Types: Peas, Soybean

Centre(s): PESAI

1. Gain experience in intercropping: observe and evaluate agronomic performance of intercropping compared to mono-cropping 2. Evaluate yield potential, land use equivalency and profitability of intercropping compared to mono-cropping 3. Overall, start a knowledge base on if and how intercrops can be utilized in cropping systems in the Interlake

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Intercropping: Pea-Cereal Silage (2020)

Crop Types: Peas

Centre(s): PCDF

To evaluate pea-cereal intercrop mixes for silage production.

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Irrigation effects on the production of different Pea varieties (2018)

Crop Types: Peas

Centre(s): PESAI

To find out how irrigation affects phenology and yield of different pea varieties.

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Irrigation effects on the production of different Pea varieties (2018)

Crop Types: Peas

Centre(s): PESAI

To find out how irrigation affects phenology and yield of different pea varieties.

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

Crop Types: Barley, Corn, Flax, Hemp, Oats, Peas, Rye, Soybean, Wheat, Winter Wheat

Centre(s): PESAI

The purpose of the MCVET variety evaluation trials is 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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Manitoba Crop Variety Evaluation Trials (MCVET) (2017)

Crop Types: Barley, Fababeans, Flax, Oats, Peas, Rye, Soybean, Wheat

Centre(s): CMCDC, PCDF, PESAI, WADO

Manitoba Crop Variety Evaluation Trials (MCVET) facilitates variety evaluations of many different crop types in this province. PCDF’s unique position on the Manitoba Saskatchewan border provides it with opportunities to also work with the Saskatchewan Variety Performance Group. The purpose of the MCVET and SVPG trials is to grow both familiar (checks or reference) 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. During 2017, PCDF did variety trials in Spring wheat, Fall Rye, Oats, Barley, Faba beans, Flax, Soybeans (both RoundUp Ready and conventional) and Peas. The Winter Wheat trial was discontinued due to spray drift damage, and one Spring Wheat trial was discontinued due to weed issues. From each MCVET site across the province, yearly data is collected, combined, and summarized in the ‘Seed Manitoba 2017’ guide. Hard copies are available at most Manitoba Agriculture and Ag Industry Offices.

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