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Research Projects

A list of new pesticide risk reduction projects for 2015, including efficacy and IPM trials involving biopesticides, has been published on the Pest Management Centre of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada website. Brief descriptions of the projects are available in most cases, and these are hyperlinked below. All projects funded through the Pesticide Risk Reduction Program can be viewed here.

Project Code Project Title Crop
BPR15-020 Development of integrated insect pest management program for fruit orchards incorporating the bioinsecticide Quassia Apple
PRR15-020 Species survey and testing of resistance to chlorpyrifos in Delia species in brassica vegetable growing areas in Canada Brassica vegetables
PRR15-030 Investigation of GF-120 to suppress carrot rust fly populations in Eastern Canada and British Columbia Carrot
PRR15-040 Refining and making accessible to growers a validated dynamic action threshold for cereal aphid control in cereal crops Cereal crops
PRR15-050 Production of a field guide on pest and beneficial insects of Eastern Canadian vineyards with a focus on integrated pest management Grape
BPR14-071 Evaluation of Cyclone for the management of powdery mildew in cut gerbera Ornamentals
BPR14-060 Evaluation of PureSpray Oil 13E for the management of aphids in wasabi plants Specialty crops
Improving Corn Nitrogen Management by Delayed Side-dress Application  Corn
R1-R3-Final Report Interaction of Foliar Fertilizer and Fungicide on Soybeans at R1-R3-Final Report Soybeans
V12-2015 Meeting Corn Nutrient Needs with LysteGro Amendments Corn
Spring Barley Nitrogen Response X Fungicide Interactions Barley
Winter Wheat Nitrogen Response X Fungicide Interactions Winter Wheat
Oat Nitrogen Response Curve  
  Assessing the Benefits of eNtrench on Winter Wheat  
 

Verifying a Pre-Sidedress Soil Nitrate Threshold Test for Evaluating Nitrogen Top-Up Needs

 

 

 

 

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