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Grow Canola - Canola Panel, Crops Day
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Grow Canola - Canola Panel, Crops Day
Grow Canola - Canola Panel, Crops Day
Grow Canola - Canola Panel, Crops Day
Grow Canola - Canola Panel, Crops Day
Grow Canola - Canola Panel, Crops Day
Grow Canola - Canola Panel, Crops Day
Grow Canola - Canola Panel, Crops Day
Grow Canola - Canola Panel, Crops Day
Grow Canola - Canola Panel, Crops Day
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Grow Canola - Canola Panel, Crops Day

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Brian Hall, Canola & Edible Bean Specialist Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food; and Ministry of Rural Affairs.

Brian Hall, Canola & Edible Bean Specialist Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food; and Ministry of Rural Affairs.

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  • What do Swede midge do? The Basic life cycle of Swede Midge is adults emerge from the soil, mate then lay eggs on the host plants, the larvae hatch and consume the host plant, then the larva drop to the soil and pupate to emerge as new adults. In Ontario, there are typically four to five generations per year, with first flights occurring in May and last flights occurring late September to early October.
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    • 1. GROW CANOLA! HARRY BIERMANS, BIERMANS FARMS JAMES MCKINLAY, SILVER SPRING FARMS BRIAN HALL, OMAF/MRA STRATFORD
    • 2. CHALLENGES FLEA BEETLES SWEDE MIDGE
    • 3. SEED TREATMENTS HELIX, PROSPER LUMIDERM HELIX /PROSPER + LUMIDERM
    • 4. SEED TREATMENTS CONTROL DRY SOIL MOIST SOIL HELIX, PROSPER LUMIDERM
    • 5. Life Cycle EGG 110 d ADULT1 -3 d LARVA PUPA 10-48 d 7-21 d
    • 6. What Stage?
    • 7. SWEDE MIDGE POPULATIONS SHELBURNE 40 35 MALES/TRAP/DAY 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 3 7 10 JUNE 17 21 24 27 2 JULY 4
    • 8. 2014 Canola Strategies  Planting Date  April 10 – May 7th  - Soil Temperature 5 C + favourable 5 day forecast  Greater risk of swede midge if canola planted year before nearby or oilseed radish previous fall  Seed Treatment- Helix /Prosper + Lumiderm
    • 9. Wheat Advantage Brassica break crops control the take-all fungus which infects wheat roots. The fungus is visible as black strands in the roots
    • 10. Wheat Advantage 2014 Canola Budget $/Acre Income 1 t/ac @ $470 $470.00 Expenses $376.00 Net Return $ 93.00
    • 11. Wheat Advantage 2014 Canola Budget $ / Acre Income 1 t/ac @ $470 $470.00 Expenses $376.00 Net Return $ 93.00 Wheat Advantage 14 bu @ $5.44 $ 76.00 Canola Advantage $ 170.00
    • 12. Questions??

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