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Tank Mixing Pesticides: WALES Method

Tank Mixing Pesticides: WALES Method Prior to mixing any chemicals it is recommended to perform a small scale trial either by mixing the chemicals together in a small jar or within a pail to ensure that the products are compatible. It is also recommended that prior to mixing applications of …

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UFV’s Agriculture Centre of Excellence

UFV’s Agriculture Centre of Excellence by: Tom Baumann, UFV Agriculture Department Coordinator, Director Pacific Berry Resource Centre In 2013, British Columbia Premier Christy Clark asked the Ministers of Advanced Education and Agriculture (Amrik Virk and Pat Pimm) to work with UFV toward establishment of a Centre of Excellence in Agriculture. …

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BC Hazelnuts

BC Hazelnuts by: Haley Arjen & Thom O’Dell What does the latest research on hazelnuts mean for local farmers? Hazelnuts, also known as filberts, have a long history in BC as a commercial crop with value, partly because there are few places in the world as well suited for their …

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Hydroponic vegetable production

Hydroponic vegetable production by: Bradley Breedveld What are the media options? When people look at hydroponic vegetable greenhouses, they see high tech agriculture at its best.  Although still relying on good old sunshine, greenhouse growers are able to manage their climate through temperature and humidity controls as well as precision …

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Clubroot in cole crops

Clubroot in cole crops by: Greg Welfing Clubroot is a serious soil-borne disease caused by the fungal-like pathogen Plasmodiophora brassicae.  As the name suggests, this pathogen attacks theroot systems of plants in the Brassica family (mustards, cabbage, Broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, etc). Once the roots are infected, they swell and …

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