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Crop Production News 2022 - Issue #6

Crop Production Update:

  • Clubroot symptoms have been reported in some area of Saskatchewan, check out the Clubroot Monitoring Program to know how you can help manage disease spread.
  • Harvest is right around the corner for many parts of the province, make sure to keep it clean this harvest
  • Farming is a hazardous industry, be educated on farm safety practices to stay safe this harvest.

In This Issue:

Loose smut kernels

Diamondback Moth Update

Diamondback moth (DBM) can be a serious pest of cruciferous crops like canola in Saskatchewan. Recent reports indicate economically important populations requiring control in several regions in the province.

Dig Deeper Into Your Soils Through SKSIS

Want a deeper look at the soils in your region? Learn more about a free online tool called SKSIS and begin to start using it in your field.

Loose Smut – Be on the Lookout

Put this one on your radar. Recent scouting in the southeast part of the province is turning up loose smut in some cereal fields. Should producers be worried?

Seeding Winter Wheat

Winter wheat can be an important crop to add to your crop rotation and has benefits such as expanding your rotation, providing ground coverage to reduce soil erosion, as well as spreading out the timing of your harvest operations. This article includes agronomic considerations when growing winter wheat.

Read the Crop Report

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