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As most growers are aware, downy mildew is extremely active in Ontario hops this year due to the ideal conditions for development of the disease. For new growers, an article on identifying symptoms of this disease can be found in … Continue reading
Powdery mildew While downy mildew is still the predominant disease affecting hops in Ontario, it’s not the only disease growers have to worry about. Over the last week, we have had several reports of powdery mildew in commercial hop yards … Continue reading
With recent warm weather, hops are starting to emerge in many parts of the province, and growers are thinking about early season downy mildew control. What follows are some answers to questions we often receive about using Ridomil in Ontario … Continue reading
As the growing season approaches, we are starting to get questions about what’s currently registered on hops in Ontario. A current list for 2016 can be found at the link below. Note that pesticide registrations are always changing, so be sure … Continue reading