Canola School – Keep An Eye Out For Late Season Pests

It’s not over till it’s over. That’s the truth behind getting out to scout your canola. Until that crop is off the field and in the bin, you need to be out looking for potential pest problems. Even though canola has an incredible ability to recover, late season pests can still do some damage to your crop and your yield. At this stage of the game, it’s pod feeding insects that producers have to be on the lookout for.

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In this episode of the Canola School, Scott Meers of Alberta Agriculture & Rural Development provides a list of some of the late season pests that could be an issue for canola producers in certain regions.

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