Join Date: Apr 2014
Location: central manitoba
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I was wondering one day while seeding if mixing some untreated canola in with the seed, at least on the headlands, would that help at all with beetles? Was thinking of kind of sacrificing the untreated stuff in hopes that they would leave the treated stuff alone? I think some corn growers do something like that for some kind of insect, do they not? I know once they bite a plant it seems to attract more, but wonder if they would focus more on the untreated? Would be nice if something like that would work.
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