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Field Day – Crop Diversification Centre South

Tuesday, July 30, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Crop Diversification Centre South
July 30, 2019 (9.00 am – 12.00 noon)


Seed‐placed P fertilizer study
Canola: reducing toxicity of seed‐placed phosphorus fertilizer in canola
Presenter: Manjula Bandara and Patrick Mooleki

Pathological studies
Improving the management of sclerotinia stem rot of canola using
fungicides and better yield assessment tools and development of decision support tools for Fusarium head blight management in Western Canada.
Presenters: Blake Hill and Dustin Burke

Irrigation study
Alfalfa: Sub‐surface irrigation study
Presenters: Ted Harms and Len Hingley

Crop rotation studies
Year 1 of the 3rd round of the 4‐year cycle of cereal/pulse crop frequency and sequence study , year 2 of the cereal/oilseed (mustard and canola) /pulse/special crop rotation study
Presenters:  Manjula Bandara and Ron Gietz

Pulse and Special Crops
Mung beans and black gram (Variety development)
Presenters: Manjula Bandara 

Field peas/Lentil (Co‐op and regional studies)
Presenters: Mark Olson and Manjula Bandara

Chickpeas (Regional; Evaluation of ICRISAT‐ origin super large‐seeded chickpea genotypes
Presenter: ‐ Manjula Bandara

Flax , durum wheat and mustard coop studies
Presenter: Manjula Bandara


Tuesday, July 30, 2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Category:


Crop Diversification Centre
Brooks, Alberta


Alberta Agriculture & Forestry

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