There are several seed treatments registered for use on mustard seed to control a variety of insects and diseases. The information below is current for the 2019 growing season. Please see the Saskatchewan Agriculture Guide to Crop Protection for the most up to date information.
|Gaucho CS FL*|
|Seed rot, damping off, seedling blight and early season root rot caused by Rhizoctonia, Pythium and Alternaria spp.||Early season flea beetles|
|Seed-borne blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans), seed-borne Alternaria spp. and the seedling disease complex (damping off, seedling blight, seed rot, root rot) caused by Pythium, Fusarium and Rhizoctonia spp.||Early season flea beetles|
|Seed rot, damping off, seedling blight and early season root rot caused by Pythium, Rhizoctonia, Fusarium, seed-borne Alternaria spp. and seed-borne blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans)||Early season flea beetles|
|Visivio*§ (co-pack of Rascendo and Helix Vibrance)||Seed-borne blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans), seed-borne Alternaria spp. and the seedling disease complex (damping off, seedling blight, seed rot, root rot) caused by Pythium, Fusarium and Rhizoctonia spp||Early season flea beetles|
|Rancona V RS* PCP#30217||Seed rot, damping off and seedling blight caused by Fusarium spp. or Rhizoctonia solani; seed-borne blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans)||--|
|Seed decay, seedling blight and damping off caused by Rhizoctonia solani||--|
|Seed decay, seedling blight and damping off||--|
|Insure Pulse PCP#32011||Seed rot, seedling blight, root rot caused by Fusarium spp., Rhizoctonia solani, Pythium spp., Alternaria brassicae, and blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans)||--|
|INTEGO Solo* PCP#31324||Seed rot or pre-emergent damping-off caused by Pythium spp.||--|
|NipsIt INSIDE 600*± PCP#28975||--||Flea beetles|
|Sombrero 600 FS*|
|--||Early season flea beetles|
|* Available to commercial seed treaters only
§ for Brassica juncea (brown & oriental mustard) only
± for Brassica carinata (Ethiopian mustard) only
Although most of these products must be applied by certified seed treaters, there many commercial seed treaters throughout the province. If your seed supplier is not certified to apply a seed treatment, contact the Ministry of Agriculture for seed treaters in your area.
Some seed treatments can be combined; check the product labels or the Saskatchewan Agriculture Guide to Crop Protection for specific details about possible combinations of products.
Treated mustard seed stored longer than 6 months should be tested for germination prior to planting, as storing treated seed beyond recommended storage conditions may negatively impact germination compared to untreated seed. Storage limitations may differ for each product.
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