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  • Reduce Stress & Promote Maturity

    Now is the Time to Use OMEX Stress Reliever Technology with your Herbicide Application! Cereal and canola crops growing in Western Canada are being robbed of maturity – which impacts quality and yield – by many stressors this year, including: Herbicide application at this time can multiply the level of stress on the crop, often […]

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  • Stress No More

    Omex Stress Reliever Technology™ at herbicide time helps your crop recover faster! Environmental STRESS affects crops growth and development on so many levels. It hampers their ability to take up nutrients, grow, set flowers and attain their genetic potential. More importantly it impacts crop maturity, which negatively reduce yield and quality. Whether your crop is […]

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  • Reduce Flea Beetle Damage

    Flea beetles are a problem for emerging canola crops in some areas of Manitoba this year. Spraying for flea beetle control can prevent further damage but the plant will already be weakened from the insect eating the above ground growth. You can help your crop rebound from this damage by adding 1 litre of C3 and 1/3 […]

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  • Dealing with Extreme Wet Conditions

    Conditions have moved from WET to EXTREME WET in many areas of Saskatchewan and Manitoba with water stressed crops showing purpling & yellowing, reduced metabolism and delayed maturity. Growers who are determined to push their crop through this stress are looking for a plan to salvage yield potential, quality and maturity. Omex recommends the following: […]

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  • Soil Test + Primer = ROI

    Testing your soil in preparation for seeding is an excellent way to determine the availability of macro and micronutrients critical to your crop’s growth and development. This will give you and your OMEX Plant Health Professional the information needed to make an informed decision as to what Omex Primer is needed to correct any nutrient deficiency and provide you […]

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  • In-Season Micro Nutrients

    Micronutrients are required in minute quantities but are essential for healthy plant growth and yield maximization. Macronutrients, secondary nutrients and micronutrients must all be in balance. While needed in smaller amounts, micronutrients can play a huge role in crop physiology. There are several benefits of adding micronutrients to your fertility program.  What are the micronutrients? […]

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  • The Value in Micronutrients

    So, you’ve been marketing the crop over the winter. Planning the crop rotation, the varieties, and buying the seed and inputs. All the while, you’ve been working on your fertility plan with your agronomist or on your own. Now, you think you should consider micronutrients…well, should you? Most know the basics, or the theory. Micronutrients […]

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  • How to Run Your Own On-farm Trials

    Source: Newground, January 18, 2016 Field trials on your farm can be well worth the time and effort they take. On-farm trials definitely are becoming more common. And companies are happy to cooperate, says Justin Daymond, Technical Sales Representative in southern Manitoba for Arysta LifeScience. Daymond works with agronomists, cooperating farmers and new products in support […]

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