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Crop Production News 2022 - Issue #2

Crop Production Update:

  • Grasshoppers have been reported in some areas of the province, remember to scout and know your economic thresholds.
  • Flea beetles continue to be an issue, refresh your memory on spraying decisions for flea beetles.
  • Hail has hit some areas of Saskatchewan, be sure to check for damaged plants.

In this issue:

Wireworm Damage in Canola

2022 Invasive Fruit Insect Surveys – Spotted Wing Drosophila

Invasive Insects are threatening fruit production on the prairies, Spotted Wing Drosophila is an invasive on the wanted list for 2022

Wireworms May Be the Cause of Your Poor Emergence

Are you looking at spotty emergence in your crops and thinking it was just poor germination? Wireworms may be the real issue.

Tan Spot - Be on the Lookout

Recent scouting in southeastern Saskatchewan is turning up suspected tan spot in field ditches and in some cereal fields. Should producers be worried?

Alternatives to Strychnine

Strychnine for Richardson’s ground squirrel is being phased out. There are cost-effective alternatives.

Read the Crop Report

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