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Crop Production News 2022 - Issue #4

Crop Production Update

  • Pesticide application is in full swing, refer to the 2022 Guide to Crop Protection for best management practices.
  • Now is the time to watch for signs of disease in your crops, refresh your knowledge on prevention and treatment of common crop diseases.
  • Weeds can be a challenge in Saskatchewan, develop a weed management plan that works for your farm.

Is It Ever Too Dry To Spray?

Hot weather makes us want to shut down. Does it have the same effect on weeds?

Keep an Eye Out for New Pigweeds

There are new pigweeds with superpowers lurking around our southern border. If you see these don’t hesitate – pull them out.

Watch Out for the Wheat Stem Sawfly

Watch out for the Wheat Stem Sawfly. These insects are considered pests in the brown soil zone and affect a variety of cereal crops such as spring and winter wheat.

Why Clubroot Remains a Declared Pest in Saskatchewan

Monitoring and managing clubroot is key to the sustainable production of canola in Saskatchewan. Learn more about why clubroot is a declared pest in the province and how to test for it.

Read the Crop Report

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