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<center>Sponsored: Taking aim at clubroot</center>

Sponsored: Taking aim at clubroot

Clubroot is one of the most devastating diseases of canola, capable of causing sharp declines in yield and quality and, if infestation levels are high enough, destroying an entire crop. More and more canola growers across Western Canada are now having to cope with clubroot as the number of farms infected with the crippling soilborne disease continues to rise in Western Canada.

“Even for those who haven’t had to deal with the disease, using hybrids with clubroot resistance is the key tool for prevention. It’s a good way to either prevent clubroot from becoming established in your field, or manage existing clubroot infestations proactively where you’re trying to keep spore loads low,” says Dan Stanton, research scientist at Corteva Agriscience.

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