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Some areas of the chickpea field had adequate plant stand densities with healthy chickpea plants at the three- to six-node stage. However, some patches of the field were bare, with zero seedling emergence.

Crop advisor’s casebook: What’s chewing on these chickpea roots?

A Crop Advisor's Solution from the December 4, 2018 issue of Grainews

Late May last spring, I received a call from Warren who had some questions about chickpea emergence. Warren owns a mixed grain farm near Big Beaver, Sask., where he grows Kabuli chickpeas, red lentils, canola and durum. He was concerned about his chickpea crop — some areas were not emerging as well as others a […] Read more