Crop Report – June 16, 2021

Figure 2. Plants that are delayed in growth relative to their neighbours should also serve as red flags to dig and investigate.

Crop Report – June 9, 2021

Figure 1. PLH feeding causes yellowing of leaf tips, called “hopperburn”, shown here in a new seeding of alfalfa. Photo credit: J. Lindeboom.

Crop Report – June 2, 2021

Figure 2. Land Rolling to conserve moisture.

Crop Report – May 26, 2021

Figure 1. Cereal rye left as over-winter cover crop is being harvested as high quality ryelage and will be followed with a crop of corn or soybeans immediately after harvest.

Crop Report – May 19, 2021

Figure 2. Land rolling can increase the risk of soil degradation in some conditions

Crop Report – May 5, 2021

Figure 3. Canola in flower

Ontario Field Crop Report, April 29, 2021

Crop Report – April 22, 2021

Figure 1. April 21, 2021: Snow on alfalfa established in 2020

2020 Soybean Seasonal Summary

Figure 2. Soybean stem tips wilting is a symptom of Fusarium root rot and wilt. Image: D. Mueller

2020 Corn Seasonal Summary

Figure 1. Variable corn stand in part of field planted May 4, 2020.

2020 Cereals Seasonal Summary

Figure 2: A common sight in 2020, winter wheat fields with red, yellow or purple looking plants due to temperature fluctuations and restricted root growth.

2020 Dry Edible Bean Seasonal Summary

Figure 2. White bean plants with green stems after application of a pre-harvest herbicide cause challenges with combining.

2020 Canola Seasonal Summary

Figure 1. Minor (left) and advanced (right) clubroot symptoms. Root galls of any size will increase clubroot spore populations in the field.

2020 Forage Seasonal Summary

Figure 1. Alfalfa Snout beetle damage

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – September 17, 2020

Figure 1. Soybean Cyst Nematode on Soybeans
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