Each year, a representative sample of soybean, field pea and dry bean fields are surveyed for root, foliar and stem diseases across Manitoba. Here are the results from the 2020 foliar and stem disease surveys and foliar fungicide results from the On-Farm Network.
New! Use this decision worksheet while scouting to determine if your pea field needs foliar fungicide.
In 2020, 63 soybean fields, 40 dry bean fields and 46 pea fields were surveyed in Manitoba for root diseases.
Dr. Syama Chatterton, Plant Pathologist, Lethbridge Research Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Aphanomyces root rot is historically the most destructive…
A timeline that indicates when to scout for field pea insect and disease pests, and their impact on production and quality.
Bacterial Blight (Pseudomonas syringae) Bacterial blight in peas first appears as dark-green, water-soaked lesions on the leaves, stipules, pods and…
Ascochyta (Mycosphaerella) Blight in field peas: symptoms and management.
Seedling Disease/Root Rot The terms “seedling disease” and “root rot” generally refer to the root rot complex that can infect…
Although 2018 is setting itself up to be a dry year, disease management should remain a priority for pea growers.…
Determining whether fungicide is necessary for control of Ascochyta/Mycosphaerella Blight in peas
Visual disease and insect identification guide with scouting calendar.
The root rot complex affects soybeans and pulse crops. This resource describes symptoms and management options.
Diagnosis, management and research results on root rot in peas and lentils.