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Crop Production News 2021 - Issue #2

In this issue:

Benefits of Irrigation Scheduling

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A properly prepared Irrigation schedule will result in maximizing crop yields and quality, decreasing water lost through deep percolation and runoff, optimize pumping costs and improve water use efficiency.

Cabbage Seedpod Weevil

The majority of crop damage from cabbage seedpod weevil is from the larvae feeding inside developing pods. Find out more about cabbage seedpod weevil biology, scouting and spray timing to protect your crops.

Grasshoppers in Saskatchewan

Not every grasshopper you see is a pest. Learn how to identify grasshoppers, control measures and what the situation is in Saskatchewan.

Prairie Crop Disease Monitoring Network Quick Disease Reporter Tool

Learn more about the Prairie Crop Disease Monitoring Network Quick Disease Reporter Tool and how it can be used to make quick general reports of diseases in common crops over the Prairie region.

Scouting and Management Options for Blackleg in Canola

Blackleg management in canola should start before the crop is even in the ground. Learn what management tools you can use to deal with Blackleg

Tan Spot

Recent scouting in the south-east part of the province is turning up tan spot in cereal fields. Should producers be worried?

Wheat Midge

One of the more important pests of wheat in Saskatchewan is the wheat midge. More information on the wheat midge, biology monitoring and control.

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