CROPS NEWS
Manitoba Crop Report
Tue Jul 29, 2014 06:36 AM CDT

Another week of generally good growing conditions have advanced crops, as well as allowed crops impacted by excessive moisture to continue their recovery.

Good weather conditions have also permitted producers to make excellent progress with haying operations. Reported yields are average to above average with good quality.

Disease pressure and insect activity continue to be monitored.

SOUTHWEST REGION

Crops throughout much of Southwest Region continue to show a significant improvement as a result of the mild and drier weather experienced over last week. Rainfall amounts were variable, ranging from 5 to 15 mm and were generally viewed as favourable for ...

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