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Tar spot was discovered in Ontario in September 2020. This resource outlines the disease threat, favourable conditions, and how to control it. Click here to see the fact sheet.
Waterhemp is spreading across Ontario and can be difficult to control. Check out the Waterhemp Agronomy Alert to learn more about this upcoming weed concern that may be hiding in your fields. This resource shows where Waterhemp has been found in Ontario, and how to identify and control it. Click here to see the fact sheet.
Pub 811 – Agronomy Guide for Field Crops
All your agronomy questions from planting to harvest and from crop damage to insect identification can be answered in the 425 pages of agronomy knowledge in the Agronomy Guide for Field Crops. Read online
Pub 812 – Field Crop Protection Guide
Pub 75 – Guide to Weed Control
Guide to Early Season Crop Pests
This guide is a tool to help identify pests that attack field crops early in the growing season. Under each pest, the guide outlines how to identify the pest, explains their life cycle and the damage they cause. It also details scouting techniques, thresholds and integrated pest management strategies including cultural, biological and chemical control. Additional information on protecting natural enemies as well as pollinators is also available at the end of the guide. This guide provides the basics for establishing an integrated pest management strategy for soil borne and early season pests in field crops, which will help target the use of insecticide treated seed to where it is necessary. Download and view the PDF.
Identifying Wheat Diseases Affecting Heads of Grain
This is a guide to wheat diseases affecting heads and grain. It covers diseases visible at head emergence, diseases visible during grain development, diseases visible just before harvest and diseases causing problems in other countries. Learn to recognize common wheat diseases: loose smut, fusarium head blight, stagonospora glume blotch, black chaff, sooty molds, common bunt/dwarf bunt, ergot, and wheat blast. Download the PDF of this guide here.
Weed ID Guide for Ontario Crops
Crop Protection Network
Grain Farmers of Ontario sponsors the Crop Protection Network, an international partnership of university and provincial Extension specialists, and public and private professionals that provides unbiased, research-based information.
For harvest 2018, Ontario grain farmers may be interested in these selected Crop Protection Network publications (additional publications are available for download on the Crop Protection Network website):
Ontario Cover Crop Initiatives
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