Red legged earthmite

Red legged earthmites are a pest that spends most of their lives in the soil, but come out to feed on foliage and seedlings. They cause a great deal of damage especially to legumes, oilseeds and lupins and tend to be most active between April and November. They can be controlled by both pesticide and non-pesticide means.

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To demonstrate the effectiveness of Cosmos seed dressing on canola for the control of insect pests such as wireworm and red legged earth mite.

Crop type: Canola 1 trial Fungicide
Watchupga East, VIC
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An evaluation of seed treatments for controlling insects and diseases in canola

Ken Motley, Karen Roberts (NSW DPI), Rob Griffith (Bayer Crop Science) and Andrew Rice (Ivey ATP)

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To evaluate the potential for grain yield responses from controlling insects and diseases in canola with commercially available seed applied treatments.

Crop type: Canola 1 trial Crop Protection
Alectown, NSW
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