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Manitoba crops better is east than west


Written By: Eric Anderson, Jul 22, 2015

Ag Canada is reporting that . . .

As this year’s CWB crop tour moves west through Manitoba, crops have started looking thinner as the area has been drier than in the eastern part of the province..

Canola around Killarney doesn’t look good compared to its eastern Manitoba counterparts. Canola in western Manitoba is still flowering. The later bloom is likely due to reseeding, say farmers on the tour.

One wheat crop around Boissevain looked better than others in the area, but signs of fusarium head blight could be seen on some plants.

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