Harvest is approaching quickly with dry conditions in many parts of the Prairies. That means the timing is right for a reminder about pre-harvest intervals. This short quiz provides a few tips and handy resources.
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The pre-harvest interval is the number of days that must pass between the last application of a pesticide and cutting of the crop. Cutting is either swathing or straight cutting. From the end of flowering to physiological maturity usually takes about 25 days in Manitoba, 30 days in Alberta, with Saskatchewan in between. We will…
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