Recognizing Herbicide Residue and Drift Injury in Canola

November 1, 2012

Recognizing Herbicide Residue and Drift Injury in Canola is a sturdy, pocket-sized tool full of photos to help diagnose canola crop injury due to chemical residue and drift.

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The ‘Recognizing Herbiced Reside and Drift Injury’ electronic booklet has been updated as of November 2012.


Download the publication below.

Printed copies of this publication can be ordered from the www.canolacouncil.org website

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