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Crop Diagnostic Services

Lab Services

Looking for help identifying diseases, weeds and insects of agricultural and horticultural crops?

Your local Manitoba Agriculture GO Office can help you diagnose the problem. For more complex issues, they can connect you to the laboratory services of the Crop Diagnostic Centre. 

Diagnostics Laboratory Submission Form

Once the problem is identified, knowledgeable staff will help you determine the best control options for your situation.

 

PSI Lab

Pest Surveillance Initiative (PSI) is a project of the Manitoba Canola Growers Association and Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development with funding from the Growing Forward 2-Growing Actions program.
 
Visit the PSI Website
 
This project features:
  • Soil testing using more sensitive qPCR analysis suitable to detecting the presence and amount of clubroot that may be present in your soil.
  • A pest map that outlines the rural municipalities that I have been identified as having positive test results for Clubroot.
  • Kochia testing for glyphosate herbicide tolerance.
  • The Biosecurity Calculator reflects content found in the Producer Guide to the National Voluntary Farm-Level Biosecurity Standard for the Grains and Oilseeds Industry. It is a series of 21 questions in 6 categories and will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. 

 

Crop Diagnostic School

To learn more about spotting problems in your fields, plan to attend the Crop Diagnostic School in your area this summer.

 

Horticulture School

The Hortitculture School provides horticulture producers with learning opportunities to improve yield and quality of their fruit and vegetable crops.  This event is of interest to market gardeners, vegetable and fruit producers.

 

For more information contact your local GO Office.


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