Newly updated crop profiles: asparagus, carrot, rutabaga
September 2, 2020 By Fruit and Vegetable
Crop profiles are documents that provide a high level overview of production and a more detailed look at pest management practices for a variety of agricultural crops in Canada.
Profiles reflect pest occurrence along with grower concerns about pest management for the crop profiled, and are updated on a three year rotating schedule. They are not crop production guides, and growers are encouraged to consult provincial crop production guides for recommendations about pest management in their regions.
Thirty-two Crop Profiles covering 38 crops created and maintained by the Pesticide Risk Reduction team are accessible for download on the Government of Canada Publications web site.
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