The Impact of Soil pH on Canola Club Root

by | Oct 7, 2019 | Ag

Increase Soil pH and Decrease Club Root Activity

Besides pH modification, 98G also helps canola crops combat club root. Club root is a pathogen that is associated with low soil pH. As pH goes down, the pathogen is more active. By applying 98G to canola ground, we can bring up the pH make a more inhospitable environment for that pathogen.

Hear from Andrew Hoiberg, Ph.D., about club root in canola and 98G.

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