Canola School – Stopping the Spread of Clubroot

Stopping the spread of clubroot takes diligence. If you’re in an area where there is a clubroot presence, it’s important to get out and scout your fields regularly looking for signs of infection. If you don’t know you have it, you may unknowingly spread it through soil transfer from equipment moving field to field. If you’re not in a clubroot infected area and you purchase equipment or even common seed from an infected area, you could be at the same risk of infection.

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In this episode of the Canola School, Murray Hartman of Alberta Agriculture & Rural Development talks about taking preventative measures when it comes to the spread of clubroot.

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