Fall Application of Glyphosate

Canadian canola, cereals and pulse growers can help maintain market access for all by carefully managing their fall glyphosate applications. All crops that are to receive pre-harvest glyphosate MUST be at less than 30% seed moisture before product is applied. Click here to see what 30% looks like.

Interactive Tool Helps Growers Follow PHI

Ensure crop protection products do not leave unacceptable residues on harvested canola and pulses. Use the interactive Spray to Swath Interval Calculator to know when it's safe to cut your crop after pesticide applications or to select products that meet a specific harvest timeline. Try it today!

In addition to reducing your crop’s yield and quality, fusarium head blight (FHB) can upset marketing opportunities for wheat, barley and oats. Click here to learn about Keep it Clean! fusarium management practices that can limit the spread and severity of outbreaks and protect your investment.

Improper or off-label use of crop protection products can jeopardize growers’ investments and create market risk for all agriculture commodities. By ensuring you always read and follow the label, Canadian growers like you can protect your investment and do your part to keep markets open for all.

Pulse growers – do your part to uphold Canada’s reputation and keep markets open for all by being aware of the market considerations for pulse crop protection products. Click here to learn which products have market considerations for pulses before proceeding with your pulse crop management plans.

Do your part to protect the quality and reputation of Canadian crops and keep markets open for all. Follow the Keep it Clean! 5 Simple Tips to ensure your canola, cereals and pulses are ready for domestic and international markets. Click here and get ready to grow a market ready crop in 2019!

Canadian cereal growers can protect their investment and help to maintain market access for everyone by carefully planning and managing pre-harvest glyphosate applications.

Blackleg in canola can cause yield and quality losses and may create a market risk. To help keep blackleg at bay and protect Canada’s reputation as a trusted supplier of high-quality canola, canola producers are encouraged to employ an integrated disease management strategy.

Malathion residue can linger in bins for months after treatment and can transfer from the bin walls to canola seed, putting marketability at risk. To reduce the risk, never use malathion to prepare your canola for storage or treat bins in which you plan to store canola. Click here to learn more.

Cereals Canada is pleased that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has established a maximum residue limit on chlormequat chloride, the active ingredient in MANIPULATOR Plant Growth Regulator.