Alert: white blister on brassica crops

Read on for the latest Pest & Disease Tracker Alert

White blister risk continues to be generally high.

Ringspot risk continues to be low, however the rains over the weekend (25th/26th) will be of some concern, so crops should continue to be monitored closely.

Moth pressure remains high, while thrips tend to be higher in the 'southern' part of the monitoring area.

For more information on the risk of ringspot, white blister, moth and thrip see the latest Brassica Alert.


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