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How to Report Clubroot in Saskatchewan

By Raul Avila A.Ag, M.Sc., Crop Production Intern, Crops and Irrigation Branch

Reporting clubroot infestation early provides valuable information and plays a useful role for mapping infested fields in Saskatchewan. Both producers and field agrologists can help identify the distribution and severity of clubroot in the province.

Monitoring and mapping the spread of clubroot is key to successful adoption of proactive on-farm management. The clubroot monitoring program includes ministry surveys, volunteer soil testing and external reporting. The key to managing clubroot is to keep spore levels as low as possible to minimize yield losses. The program is used to update the Saskatchewan Clubroot Distribution Map.

Whom do I report clubroot to?

All clubroot reporting will be managed in confidence by the Ministry of Agriculture in confidence. To report clubroot, contact any of the following:

What information to include when reporting clubroot

When you call to report clubroot, you will be asked the following questions. Additional information is valuable and can be used to identify clubroot risk factors and guide research decisions.

Questions that will be asked If available, please include
Location In which Rural Municipality (RM) is the field located? Legal land description
Photographs and soil sampling Did you take photographs and are you willing to share? Has a clubroot soil test been requested, submitted or tested. If yes, provide results.
History Is it a new field? Crop variety grown
Crop rotation in this field

Additional information will help to identify clubroot risk factors and guide research decisions.

How will the clubroot finding be communicated?

Clubroot Reporting chart
Clubroot findings communication process.

For More Information

Please contact the Agriculture Knowledge Centre’s general inquiry line toll-free at 1-866-457-2377.

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