VIDEO: Stemming the spread of blackleg

Justine Cornelsen with the Canola Council of Canada shares three things canola growers can do to help limit disease

A recent canola disease survey for Manitoba shows that blackleg is present in nearly 75 per cent of fields. Thanks to improved to genetics, the number of blackleg incidences in plants is much lower, but anything that can impact yield loss is always cause for concern.

In this video, Justine Cornelsen with the Canola Council of Canada talks about the prevalence of blackleg in canola for Western Canada and three ‘best management practices’ producers can use to help limit the spread of the disease

(Recorded at Manitoba Ag Days 2019 in Brandon)

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