Protect against sclerotinia.
Increasingly tighter canola rotations and some years of disease-favourable conditions have allowed sclerotinia to thrive across Western Canada. Given the right circumstances, it can travel remarkably far during spore release – putting a significant portion of your crop at risk. When conditions for the disease are favourable and infections are initiated during early flowering, yield reduction per infected plant can equal 50%* or more. *Source: Canola Council of Canada.
"My canola was safe with Proline in my field – not knowing when
disease might arrive. At the end of the day the goals are simple – yield and grade. Proline in my field protected and defended! Even in a dry year, we broke even spraying. It’s not worth the risk not to spray!”
– Edward Wollman, Silverwinds Colony, 2018