The first Sclerotinia risk map for the 2016 season will be available on June 20th, 2016 at three different websites, the NDSU Canola Pathology program, the Northern Canola Growers Association, and the Minnesota Canola Council. The Sclerotinia risk calculator will be available only at the NDSU canola pathology website. Both, the risk map and the risk calculator were designed to help growers determine if environmental conditions are favorable enough for white mold that a fungicide application is warranted. The risk map and risk calculator are only applicable when canola is in bloom. The user-friendly tools were developed by canola pathologist Luis del Rio at NDSU with funding from the Northern Canola Growers Association.
Larvae of the diamondback moth and imported cabbage moth have been observed on canola fields near Langdon in Cavalier County.
Diamondback Moth and Cabbage Moth Found in Canola
Register now for the Northern Canola Growers Association Golf Tournament to be held July 21st, 2016 at the Langdon Country Club. Registration for the 4-man best ball tournament is $50/player or $200/team. You may register individually and be placed on a team or register a complete team. The registration fee includes 9 holes of golf, a cart to be shared with one of your teammates, refreshments, and supper at the club house. Many prizes will be awarded. Registration for the Langdon tournament is limited to the first 132 players, so register early! This tournament is made possible by the support of our industry sponsors. *Fax, Email or Mail back Registration form and payment to secure your spot!