Tag: Chrystel Olivier

Canola School: Assessing Aster Yellows Late in the Season, Plus a Research Update

As the canola crop moves out of flower and into pod fill, farmers start to notice misshapen pods. Some curl from thrips damage, others may have insect feeding damage, but it’s the tell-tale bladder-like pods of aster yellows that will make many farmers  — hit hard by last year’s infection — cringe when they see… Read more »