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  • Herbicide Alert
    a herbicide commonly called Tordon with active ingredient Picloram The county sprayed the ditches to get rid of weeds and the rain brought all the herbicide to the dugout This happened in spite of the fact that the county had all the information about not spraying the ditches around the greenhouse When growers saw the twisting of new poinsettia growth he had the water checked out and it came back with a herbicide residue of 0 2 PPB parts per billion Parts per billion seems like a small amount but plants use large quantities of water and the herbicide stays in the tissue causing these symptoms Here is what you should do under such situation Find out the source of contamination It could be drift from spraying by neighbours or county spraying the ditches or accidentally you sprayed a herbicide around your dugout Notify the people concerned because there may be insurance claims involved Get an analysis done of water and of plant tissue Record all data like number of plants extent of damage important dates what actions you took Seek a specialist s opinion about the potential damage The plants may not recover Install activated charcoal filters so that

    Original URL path: http://agga.ca/alerts/65-herbicide.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Herbicide Alert Spring 2013
    in May then it has the potential of economic losses A grower sent me an email via agga system that his tomatoes are showing leaf curling problems He wanted me to come and look at the plants Here are a few pictures of tomatoes plants about 2 and half months old Read the rest of this article by viewing the document below Attachments Herbicide Alert 2013 Prev Next tweet Research

    Original URL path: http://agga.ca/alerts/115-herbicide-alert-2013.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Impatiens Wilt & Burn
    like The picture above showed leaf burning and I thought that it was due to an insecticide On closer examination it was a fungal disease caused by Rhizoctonia So examine your plants closely Dispose off such infected plants and drench them with a suitable fungicide Dr M Mirza BACK Prev Next tweet Research Sections Grower Alerts Research Extension Most Popular Join AGGA Awards Scholarships Growing for the Cure Greenhouse Retail

    Original URL path: http://agga.ca/alerts/56-impatiens1.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Late Blight Alert
    Log In Home Grower Alerts Grower Alerts Late Blight Alert Print GROWER ALERT Late Blight May 2014 Growers please login to learn more submitted by Dr Mohyuddin Mirza BACK Prev Next tweet Research Sections Grower Alerts Research Extension Most Popular Join AGGA Awards Scholarships Growing for the Cure Greenhouse Retail Map Locator Green Valley Gardens Profile Archives All Articles Search Grower Alerts 2016 Alberta Greenhouse Growers Association All Rights Reserved

    Original URL path: http://agga.ca/alerts/136-late-blight-spring-2014-alert.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Marigolds First To Show Signs of Acidic pH
    Buildings Industry Associations Find A Greenhouse Near You Wholesale Business Directory Log In Home Grower Alerts Grower Alerts 14 March 2011 Marigolds First To Show Signs of Acidic pH submitted by Dr Mohyuddin Mirza March 2011 It seems that spring is on its way in spite of the very cold weather Calls are coming in on what is being planted One grower reported that Dracaenas are bring planted bare rooted roses are already in pots early geraniums from seeds are in 4 inch pots and marigolds are on their way All growers reported temperature in the growing medium going to around 12C at night time and then rising to about 15C during day time This will delay rooting Those growers who have bottom heat can maintain better temperature in the growing medium To read the rest of this article and view more photos please login members only to continue Prev Next tweet Research Sections Grower Alerts Research Extension Most Popular Join AGGA Awards Scholarships Growing for the Cure Greenhouse Retail Map Locator Green Valley Gardens Profile Archives All Articles Search Grower Alerts 2016 Alberta Greenhouse Growers Association All Rights Reserved Contact Site Map Search This Site Register Home About AGGA

    Original URL path: http://agga.ca/alerts/82-marigold-ph-problem.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Over Application of Floral
    used to induce branching and does the same job as pinching and more Here a grower used triple the recommended rate and plants looked like this I think plants should stretch once the effect of floral is finished likely 3 4 weeks Dr M Mirza BACK Prev Next tweet Research Sections Grower Alerts Research Extension Most Popular Join AGGA Awards Scholarships Growing for the Cure Greenhouse Retail Map Locator Green

    Original URL path: http://agga.ca/alerts/58-florel.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Grower Alerts
    showing botrytis infections and also pythium root rot So here are few things you can do with the plants so that when good weather returns and customers come back good quality plants greet them not yellow leggy pale looking plants Customers like good green flowering plants with lot of buds on them READ THE FULL ARTICLE member login required Grower Alerts Herbicide Alert Print Email Herbicide Damage from Dugout Water April 2005 Read more Grower Alerts Herbicide Alert Spring 2013 Print Email submitted by Mohyuddin Mirza May 2013 Every year I see herbicide contamination of water or soil causing problems and if it happens in May then it has the potential of economic losses A grower sent me an email via agga system that his tomatoes are showing leaf curling problems He wanted me to come and look at the plants Here are a few pictures of tomatoes plants about 2 and half months old Read more Grower Alerts Impatiens Wilt Burn Print Email March 2007 Read more Grower Alerts Late Blight Alert Print Email GROWER ALERT Late Blight May 2014 Growers please login to learn more Read more Grower Alerts Marigolds First To Show Signs of Acidic pH Print Email submitted by Dr Mohyuddin Mirza March 2011 It seems that spring is on its way in spite of the very cold weather Calls are coming in on what is being planted One grower reported that Dracaenas are bring planted bare rooted roses are already in pots early geraniums from seeds are in 4 inch pots and marigolds are on their way All growers reported temperature in the growing medium going to around 12C at night time and then rising to about 15C during day time This will delay rooting Those growers who have bottom heat can maintain better temperature

    Original URL path: http://agga.ca/alerts.html?start=12 (2016-04-28)
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  • Grower Alerts
    April 2001 This page brought to you with the co operation of the Alberta Research Council ARC and Alberta Agriculture Food Rural Development Read more Grower Alerts Pest Advisory Notes Vol 1 Issue 4 Print Email Vol 1 Issue4 April 2001 This page brought to you with the co operation of the Alberta Research Council and Alberta Agriculture Food Rural Development Read more Grower Alerts Pest Advisory Notes Vol 1 Issue 5 Print Email Vol 1 Issue 5 April 2001 This page brought to you with the co operation of the Alberta Research Council and Alberta Agriculture Food Rural Development Read more Grower Alerts Pest Advisory Notes Vol 1 Issue 6 Print Email Vol 1 Issue6 April 2001 This page brought to you with the co operation of the Alberta Research Council and Alberta Agriculture Food Rural Development Read more Grower Alerts Pest Advisory Notes Vol 1 Issue 7 Print Email Vol 1 Issue 7 May 2001 This page brought to you with the co operation of the Alberta Research Council and Alberta Agriculture Food Rural Development Read more Grower Alerts Pest Advisory Notes Vol 1 Issue 8 Print Email Vol 1 Issue 8 September 2001 Special Poinsettia Report This page brought to you with the co operation of the Alberta Research Council and Alberta Agriculture Food Rural Development Read more Grower Alerts Poinsettias Print Email Poinsettia Alert August 2007 Read more Grower Alerts Presence of Herbicides in Dugout Water Print Email Heavy Rains Causing Growers Grief June 2010 Submitted by Dr M Mirza Read more Grower Alerts RUST Alert Fuchsias Print Email GROWER ALERT FUCHSIA S March 2014 Growers please login to learn more you are welcome to contact Dr Mirza by email to learn about control measures Read more Grower Alerts SARS Syndrome Print Email SARS Severe Acute

    Original URL path: http://agga.ca/alerts.html?start=24 (2016-04-28)
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