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Bayer closes Monsanto deal

The name Monsanto will cease to exist as Bayer officially closed its Monsanto acquisition this morning.

Wireworms threaten cereal crops

With the loss of effective insecticides (e.g. lindane), wireworms have re-emerged as primary pests of potato, cereals and vegetables. Wireworms are patchy in distribution, difficult to monitor and difficult to kill. Keep your friends close but your enemies closer and learn more.

Take the canola watch quiz

How much do you know about scouting in the weeks right after seeding? Test your knowledge with these five questions.
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Stripe Rust

Keeping an eye on stripe rust

Stripe rust has the potential to severely infect winter and spring wheat. In Alberta, the risk of stripe rust developing is low unless spores blow up from the United States. However, incoming research reveals the potential risk of stripe rust for winter wheat growers in central Alberta. » Learn more

Sclerotinia detection meets the future

Imagine getting a phone call from your canola crop, telling you there’s a sclerotinia problem in the field and help is required. That may sound a little far-fetched, but it may not be far off. A researcher in Alberta has developed a way to allow remote detection of sclerotinia detection to act as an early warning system. » Learn more

CanolaPalooza Alberta

June 27
Lacombe, Alta.
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