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Crop Production News 2022 - Issue #5

Crop Production Update:

  • Provincial crop surveying has begun with field pea surveys wrapping up and lentil surveys starting soon.
  • Crop diseases continue to be a challenge across the province due to weather conditions, establish a plan of action that works for your operation to address disease issues.
  • It's growing season – your local crops extension specialist is available to assist you in accessing the services you need for your crops.

In This Issue:

Grasshoppers

Don't Forget the Beneficials

As producers scout their fields for insects and try to decide if they should spray an insecticide, remember to add the population of beneficial insects into the equation.

Managing Grasshoppers in Saskatchewan

Do you know what is hopping in your field? Is it a pest? Learn how to identify which grasshoppers are pests or not.

Crop Protection Lab Update - July 2022

The Crop Protection Lab update for July 2022 includes diseases of note and an update on Dutch Elm Disease testing in Saskatchewan.

Read the Crop Report

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