Results from eight research activities are included in the Integrated Crop Agronomy Cluster (ICAC) summary document.
The new report outlines the projects which range from soil health to herbicide resistance and climate change adaptation.
Some of the other projects focused on the coordination of crop insects and disease monitoring, assessing and managing spray drift, developing a risk model for mitigating Fusarium head blight, development, and management of productive, resilient, and sustainable cropping.
The total value of research under the five-year Cluster was over $9 million,.
The Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) AgriScience Cluster program contributed $6.3 million, $1.6 million came from Western Grains Research Foundation (WGRF), and $1.1 million from industry partners.Click here to see more...