Manitoba: Hot days and 6 other reasons for missing pods
Saskatchewan: Insect update: Bertha, diamondback and weevil counts
Alberta: Hot days and 6 other reasons for missing pods
Eight true or false questions to help you “Keep It Clean”.
A few hotspots with higher bertha armyworm moth counts are showing up in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
The economic threshold is the density of larvae where the economic value of the yield lost due to feeding equals the cost of control.
Diamondback moth larvae are at noticeable levels in many canola fields in the Eastern and southern Interlake areas of Manitoba. But levels are generally below the economic threshold.
The combine optimization tool, developed by the Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI) for www.canolacalculator.ca, will help farmers set the combine to keep losses as low as possible while finding a balance with productivity and grain quality.
Never use malathion to prepare canola for storage or treat bins in which you plan to store canola. Malathion residue can linger in bins for up to six months after treatment and can be transferred from the bin to canola seed, putting marketability at risk.
The International Clubroot Workshop in Edmonton August 7-9 offers a unique scientific program with an impressive line-up of international and Canadian clubroot researchers. Farmers and agronomists are welcome.
Seeing blanks up canola stems where pods should be? Here are the seven most common causes…. At the bottom of this article, see a graph showing how canola plants can compensate for aborted flowers.
Manitoba CROPS-A-PALOOZA is July 25 in Portage la Prairie. Register now!
Canola coming events. Mark your calendar. Register. Learn.
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