According to the NDSU Crop and Pest Report, there are reports that pyrethroid insecticides have not provided adequate control of diamondback moth in canola. The issue is being seen primarily in northeastern North Dakota. The diamondback month is known for developing resistance to multiple modes of action, including pyrethroids. NDSU is recommending farmers rotate to a new mode of action.
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