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Fusarium Head Blight Concerns at Harvest

Although producers may have applied important agronomic measures prior to and throughout the growing season to prevent fusarium head blight damage to cereal crops, these measures only provide disease suppression. Neil Whatley, crop specialist at the Alberta Ag-Info Centre, explains why it is necessary to integrate additional measures at the time of harvest into your disease prevention program. It is important at harvest to prevent fusarium damaged kernels from going into storage.

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