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This page summarises the main factors to consider when planning or managing a canola crop.
Green peach aphid feeding damage to flowering canola did not cause yield loss
Canola seed oil content also was not correlated to population density of green peach aphids
This trial investigated if feeding damage caused by cabbage aphid causes yield loss in canola. The trial was established to re-investigate management guidelines for aphid colonies in canola.
This series of video tutorials has been produced to provide advice about the best ways to monitor and sample crops to diagnose and overcome constraints to crop production.
Heavy infestation of aphids caused significant yield loss to canola in a high rainfall environment
Cockchafers belonging to the genus Heteronyx are typically not regarded as a pest of agriculture. However, two have been seen as occasional pests, with H.
The caterpillar of the pasture day moth (Apina callisto) feeds on broadleaf weeds and crops, but is rarely a pest.
The diamondback moth (DBM) caterpillar is a serious pest of brassicas that is difficult to control.
Cutworm caterpillars feed on seedling leaves and stems near ground level with stems often chewed through and ‘cut’ to ground level.
False wireworms that damage canola crops are the larval stage of the bronzed field beetle.