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Sclerotinia infection in oilseed rape is predominantly driven by inoculum levels and weather events at earlyto mid-flowering, but a notable decline in incidences of the disease has been seen in recent years.
While research is intensifying into producing detailed grower guidance for cabbage stem flea beetle (CSFB) in oilseed rape, experts are providing advice for dealing with it this year.
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