VIDEO: Count your flowers before deciding to spray canola for sclerotinia

Crop Diagnostic School: Whether your pants get wet when walking through the field can tell you if it's a good time to spray a fungicide

Assessing your canola crop during the flowering stage is essential to discover if sclerotinia is present and if a fungicide can be of benefit. In this video from the 2015 Crop Diagnostic School, Anastasia Kubinec of Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development (MAFRD), talks about the risk factors for the fungal disease and offers tips for canola producers on the best time to spray for optimum results. Not sure if your canola is at risk for sclerotinia? Visit the MAFRD website to learn more.

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