Late season insect scouting

August 2, 2011

Canola Council agronomy specialist Troy Prosofsky advises growers to be on the look out for the insects that attack canola after the flowering period.

Top of the list are diamondback moths and bertha armyworms. Troy has scouting advice and important reminders are observing pre-harvest intervals to protect our export markets.

To learn more about diamondback moths, watch this recorded webinar with Dr. Lloyd Dosdall.

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