Canola Watch – June 15, 2022

June 15, 2022

Well-established weeds are more difficult to control and steal valuable resources from the soon-to-emerge crop.

Inside the June 15, 2022 Canola Watch

  • Quiz – This week in agronomy: Four questions on things we’re seeing this week across the Prairies – including hail, excess moisture and spraying delays…
  • Tackle seedling canola’s #1 threat: flea beetles
  • Over-wet or finally not so dry, top dress now
  • What’s actually in those fields? COUNT and SCOUT
  • When is the best time to spray weeds?
  • Scouting checklist
  • plus Community Connections

Read the June 15, 2022 Canola Watch


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