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Manitoba Crop Report

In the weekly crop report, Manitoba Agriculture says highly variable weather has continued to stress Manitoba crops.

Rainfall is urgently needed to keep crop yields and forage production up, though localized locations, and the eastern region are seeing crops improving compared to the provincial average.

Some crops may be maturing quicker than normal and moving into reproductive stages faster than expected due to drought stress.

Alfalfa weevil damage is causing forage crop yield losses in parts of the eastern and Interlake regions.

Some pesticide drift issues have been reported.

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