Controlling Volunteer Glyphosate-Tolerant Canola

Volunteer canola can compete with rotational crops to limit yield potential. Research has shown that volunteer canola can reduce wheat and barley yield potential substantially, depending on the density of volunteer plants. Volunteer canola can be a host for blackleg, clubroot, or flea beetle as well as other diseases which can reduce effectiveness of crop rotation for disease and insect management.

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