Swede midge

…prior to considering any management options. Overview Adult male swede midge on canola flower buds Swede midge, Contarinia nasturtii, is a tiny gall midge originating from Europe and Asia which has…

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Canola flower midge

…cent across sites and years3. Identifying canola flower midge and diagnosing damage Canola flower midge damage to canola; Photo credit: Lyle Cowell Canola flower midge larvae are initially white in…

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New midge in canola

Distorted canola growth thought to be from swede midge (Contarinia nasturtii) is likely caused by a separate midge species (Contarinia brassicola). Scientists were suspicious that two midge species were present…

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Ontario updates swede midge infosheet

Swede midge, native to Eurasia, was first found in North America on cruciferous vegetables (Brassicaceae) in Ontario in 2000. It first appeared in canola in Ontario in 2003. Swede midge

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New midge video

…in Western Canada. The video also mentions the new midge that is similar to but distinct from swede midge. Swede Midge and Canola from Canola Council of Canada on Vimeo….

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Aster yellows or midge or thrips?

…Aster yellows Q&A Midge larvae feeding at the bud can stop stem elongation and leave pods in a cluster. Source: Owen Olfert Canola flower midge: The younger the canola plant,…

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