From armyworm to weevil, a variety of insects can potentially damage Saskatchewan crops. Learn about some of the common pests, the damage they cause and how producers can protect their yields.
Find information on how to identify and control this major alfalfa crop pest.
Bertha armyworms are one of the most significant insect pests of canola in Canada, learn how and when to take action.
Biosecurity is a series of management practices designed to prevent, minimize or control the introduction and spread of plant pests, including diseases, weeds and insects.
This weevil can damage a number of crop and food hosts. Learn how to control this pest here.
In Western Canada, canola and mustard are the diamondback moth's primary targets, learn how and when to take action.
Learn how keeping insect infestations below significant levels through preventative measures is a long term integrated pest management practice.
The ability for this beetle to survive winters makes it difficult to manage, learn how and when to control it.
Grasshoppers enjoy dryer climates which makes Saskatchewan the ideal habitat in which to thrive.
Preventing insects and mould is the first step in keeping stored grain at the greatest of quality.
The pea leaf weevil is a common pest of field peas and faba beans in its native Europe and represents a potential major threat to these crops in Saskatchewan.
This beetle originates in stubble fields but likes to feed on the flowers, seed pods, petioles, and stems of crops. Learn how to control adult Red Turnip Beetles and their larvae.
The Wheat Midge is found all around the world. Here you will find control methods to manage the damage they can cause.
The Wheat Stem Sawfly attacks the margins and the edges of fields. Find information on how to control and manage this fly.