Visual guides to soybean, field pea, dry bean and faba bean growth stages.
Proper identification of growth stages is important for scouting and crop management, such as plant stand assessment, product application and harvest timing.
MPSG has submitted the following letter to the Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba, the New Democratic Party of Manitoba, the Green Party of Manitoba and the Manitoba Liberal Party.
As an association representing Manitoba’s pulse and soybean farmers, we feel it’s important to inform our current and potential lawmakers of the key issues affecting our members.
With over 85% of Canada’s pulses going to export markets, Canadian pulse producers know that maintaining market access is critical to protecting their investments and growing our industry. Growers have a key role to play in keeping the doors to pulse export markets open.
What influences soybean pod height and what we can do about it? In this Bean Report, we explore the impact of genetics, environment and management (G x E x M).
For the 2018 tax year, 40.05% of the Manitoba pulse check-off qualifies for the SR&ED tax credit.
This science-oriented Pulse Beat reveals MPSG’s farmer-focused research results.
Single site reports are available for each trial conducted as part of the On-Farm Network. These reports contain essential trial information, yield data, and field imagery.