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Pest Profile: Sclerotinia Stem Rot

Sclerotinia stem rot, a.k.a white mould, is a notorious yield-grabber, especially for canola crops. The disease overwinters in soil and on crop...

Pest Profile: Volunteer Canola

The fourth most common weed in Western Canada, volunteer canola is especially challenging to control in herbicide-tolerant crops like soybeans. It...

The Grower’s Guide to Imazamox

For its tank-mixability, residual control and flexible re-cropping options, imazamox has become the go-to active for many pea and soybean growers...

Pest Profile: Blackleg

Blackleg is a serious disease known to cause up to 50% yield loss in canola fields. It can infect plants from the seedling stage onward, causing...

Pest Profile: Stripe Rust

Highly mobile and infectious, stripe rust is a devastating disease that can cause substantial losses in cereal crops. The presence of just one...

Pest Profile: Wild Oats

One of the leading weed pests in Western Canada, wild oats are grassy annual weeds prone to the development of herbicide resistance. Their seeds...

Pest Profile: Green Foxtail

A heavy seed producer, green foxtail can release up to 34,000 seeds per plant, and its fibrous root system helps it gather nutrients even in the...

Pest Profile: Sow Thistle

Sow thistle is a perennial weed that can grow in a wide variety of environmental conditions and is currently found in all Canadian provinces...