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Summer Scouting Timing: Cutworms

With a new growing season upon us, growers must keep a watchful eye for pests in their fields. One early-season pest is cutworms.

Cutworms have a ferocious appetite for young developing plants. They can be a problem in many western Canadian crops but canola is most susceptible to damage. The advent of new insecticide treatments provides a preventive measure but growers should still scout for this pest.

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