Manitoba Agriculture reports the fall seeded cereal crops are advancing quickly toward maturity and the fall rye harvest is expected to begin shortly.
The Executive Director of Winter Cereals Canada expects fall seeded cereal crops to be available off the combine early this year.
The Executive Director of Winter Cereals Canada reports winter cereal crops that were planted last fall are in excellent condition.
The Executive Director of Winter Cereals Canada says winter cereal growers are counting on a smooth growing season that will allow a rebound in acres available for planting fall seeded cereal crops this coming fall.
The Executive Director of Winter Cereals Canada says the fall seeded cereal crops have entered the period where they are at their greatest risk of winter kill.
The Executive Director of Winter Cereals Canada reports a lack of snow cover in some areas is putting the fall seeded cereal crops at risk of winter kill.
Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development reports the planting fall rye and winter wheat is now underway in the Central and Eastern regions of the province.
A cereal crop specialist with Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development is advising farmers across the province to be monitoring fields for signs of leaf and fungal diseases.
The executive director of Winter Cereals Canada reports excess moisture has taken a dramatic toll on the quality of winter cereal crops planted last fall.