Crop Diagnostic School: Preventing seed coat damage in edible beans


Every year, Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives and the University of Manitoba host a Crop Diagnostic School at the U of M’s Ian M. Morrison Research Farm at Carman. Farmers and agronomists can attend the one-day hands-on school, which runs for two weeks in July. This year, Gord Gilmour attended on behalf of the Manitoba Co-operator, and selected nine video highlights. Today, everyone knows a damaged edible bean seed coat is expensive at harvest, but what about the cost of damaged seeds at planting time?

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