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Wheat School – Three Key Components of Fusarium Head Blight Management

There is no silver bullet solution when it comes to fusarium. The disease is widespread and can be devastating if it’s left unchecked or handled incorrectly. When it comes to management and control of the disease, the best bet any producer has involves an integrated approach. That approach involves three key steps that together give producers the highest agree of control and suppression available.

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Kelly Turkington is a Research Scientist with Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada and an expert in fusarium. We spoke to Kelly about the three steps to effective fusarium management at the Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada Research Facility in Lacombe, Alberta.

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