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Crop Production News - 2020 - Issue #7

In this issue:

Bumble bee on Canola
  • Pest Scouting 101 - Harvest
    • We're nearing on the time when scouting can give us a good picture into what happened in the field this year. Here are the top things to look for when scouting your canola this harvest.
  • Promoting and Enhancing Beneficial Insects
    • The agriculture industry has millions of free workers in the form of insects that help farming daily. Protecting and promoting beneficial insects can provide great rewards for your farms.
  • So, What Can I Spray Glyphosate On?
    • More and more grain buyers are looking for oats that have not been treated with pre-harvest glyphosate. Use it well to keep the tool in the toolbox.

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