Trial Reports (by Crop Type)

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2017 PESAI Annual Report (2017)

Crop Types: Barley, Canola, Cereals, Corn, Flax, Hemp, Oats, Quinoa, Rye, Soybean, Sunflower, Wheat, Winter Wheat

Centre(s): PESAI

Determining Optimum Target Plant Stands for Spring Cereal Crops in Manitoba (2017-2018)

Crop Types: Barley, Oats, Wheat

Centre(s): PCDF

To determine optimum plant populations for spring wheat, oat, and barley, and will determine if optimum plant population differs for individual cultivars.

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Determining Optimum Target Plant Stands for Spring Cereal Crops in Manitoba (2017-2018)

Crop Types: Barley, Oats, Wheat

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

1) Determine if target plant stand recommendations should be adjusted for spring wheat, oat, and barley 2) Determine if optimum plant stands differ for individual varieties 3) Assist producers with determining target plant stand and seeding rate for newer spring cereal varieties

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Determining Optimum Target Plant Stands for Spring Wheat in Manitoba (2017-2018)

Crop Types: Wheat

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

To determine if optimum seeding rates differ by crop type and for individual varieties and to assist producers with the annual question of what target plant stands and seeding rates to aim for regarding newer spring cereal varieties.  This project was conducted at four Manitoba Agriculture diversification centres in Manitoba including at Carberry, Arborg, Roblin and Melita.

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Determining Optimum Target Plant Stands for Spring Wheat in Manitoba (2018)

Crop Types: Wheat

Centre(s): CMCDC

 To determine if optimum seeding rates differ by crop type and for individual varieties and to assist producers with the annual question of what target plant stands and seeding rates to aim for regarding newer spring cereal varieties.  This project was conducted at four Manitoba Agriculture diversification centres in Manitoba including at Carberry, Arborg, Roblin and Melita.

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Developing a Risk Model to Improve the Effectiveness of Fusarium Head Blight Mitigation in Western Canada (2018-2023)

Crop Types: Barley, Durum, Wheat, Winter Wheat

Centre(s): PESAI

- To develop weather-based models to assess the risk of FHB infection and DON in spring wheat, winter wheat, barley and durum crops with different FHB resistance ratings. - To develop an interactive prairie-wide viewer and FHB/DON risk-mapping tool that is accessible to producers and industry to assist with fungicide application decisions.

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Development of decision support tools for Fusarium Head Blight management in Western Canada (2018-2019)

Crop Types: Barley, Durum, Wheat, Winter Wheat

Centre(s): CMCDC

To increase understanding of resulting Fusarium Head Blight (FHB) infection for spring and winter wheat, barley and durum based on the current model.

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Effect of tile drainage spacing on wheat production in heavy clay soils (2018-2021)

Crop Types: Wheat

Centre(s): PESAI

This study investigated the effects of three tile drainage configurations (15’, 30’ and 45’ spacing) on the behaviour of the water table (WT), volume of drainage outflow, quality of drainage outflow and nutrient transport, as well as wheat growth and yield.

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Effect of tile drainage spacing on wheat production in heavy clay soils (2018)

Crop Types: Wheat

Centre(s): PESAI

This study investigated the effects of three tile drainage configurations (15’, 30’ and 45’ spacing) on the behaviour of the water table (WT), volume of drainage outflow, quality of drainage outflow and nutrient transport, as well as wheat growth and yield.

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Evaluating Tile Drainage/Water Management Effects on Wheat, Canola and Soybeans productivity in Heavy Clay soils (2019-2021)

Crop Types: Canola, Soybean, Wheat

Centre(s): PESAI

The main objective of this research is to assess the impact of tile drainage (15’, 30’ and 45’ wide) and water table management on yield and quality of canola, soybean, and wheat. The data collected from this research will be used to develop computer models that can simulate tile drainage operation under different rainfall patterns, thus extending the usefulness of this research beyond the three-year period.

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