In This Issue: June 2017

June 2017

Maximum Residue Limits information for 2017, how to manage chocolate spot in faba beans, and understanding the nitrogen and phosphorus requirements for soybean production in Saskatchewan

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  • June 2017 Chair’s Message

    Varietal development continues to play a key part in developing a successful Saskatchewan pulse industry

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  • June 2017 Executive Director’s Message

    SPG launches in-field research and testing for pulse and soybean crops

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  • Understanding Nitrogen and Phosphorus

    Developing recommendations for Saskatchewan soybeans

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  • Losing Options

    A recent review and proposed phase-out of an insecticide has raised concerns at both the field and policy level

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  • Get on Board

    There are many benefits to getting involved with a farm commission Board of Directors

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  • Managing Chocolate Spot in Faba Beans

    What options do growers have to manage this disease?

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  • Is Something Bugging Your Bottom Line?

    Economic thresholds of insects in pulses

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  • Timing and Coverage Are Important Factors in Fungicide Application

    Tips to mitigate disease in your pulses

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  • Nodulation No Time to Nod Off for Producers

    What growers should be looking for to help their pulse crops

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  • Getting Stuck in the Weeds

    The problem with herbicide resistance and pulse crops

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  • Maximum Residue Limits and You

    What pulse growers need to know for 2017

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  • Lentils Take Over UMass Campus

    SPG partnered with the University of Massachusetts to bring lentils to campus menus

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  • June 2017 On Point

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  • Grower Profile: Derek Tallon

    Lafleche, Saskatchewan

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