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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THI lE'HBRIDCE HEUAID :..ndnv Jonuory I 3 SCIENTISTS PREPARING Bertha armyworms could reach Lethbridge rapeseed crops By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer F.er'.ha annyuonnj mav rearh rapeseed crops limniihcui Souiiiem tin? year, according 10 by the provincial depanmoni of apricuiiurp. Hiiih Philip, pljni mduMry lur ihe ADA in Kdmomcm. told The Herald rvsults of A pupa survey this tall gives everv ir.uication of an in- creased art a lo b? anacked by the v.orms The pupa ihe owr-ttimer .-luge in the lite cycle of t.-.e He farmer? should be on the ivaic'n sprmc fer heavy build-ups in 501111? areas and a heavy in o'her areas. The v.-orms reached as far scu'ii as las; mosilv in limited r.ir.iiber; that didn't need spray ireainieiii. 30-mile advance The arcs rould b-e ir.- Ecr.h.i arr.iyworni sc- uved yezr ha? heen UT.T cic- by ev r for crc :s 'he of the ic? "0 miles irom the re- in las'. year. To update '.re mip icr build-up; near Vulc-.n je.reti initiations Arnsrerth the vl- vii'i EC tf> the lo- i t-.-.o to r-e-'cs :n ihe sr.ci a ae c The L'rvse in Albens were affect- i.r i-r rrr LO rergjjc.ttt? 10 a ca- re of ih-e i.rS, -Jive ye.i" er? in the re- V: Pr.ilip sac other 2 advance n-crezsen ity Once retiree "J7' -.-elv.ce Fcirv.e" inieotiticn o: and the area trcm L> up u ;he farmer to r.ia-.e jwir.r of Calvary to Vulcan arrangement for chemical-. Ktevy could be and -Lv-i-y recorded ID the Morinvil'.e, Mr Philip Lor. and Sreriior o: acr.c-l- rejioiv 15 v.-grr.ed c. e relief reap sioie province vies affect cf actual iTiiestauons raarsec ac- the This cive hp p'-ot-'e-.i '.-f -ex- Pvr. tegnieni? of ihe rape- pd up" io help provincial inriusiry from Alberta growers. io present a He said rapeseed deiignat- io bi-icvel discus- eel for provincial crushing ,i.i1- plants should be taken off ibe mcrs musi assign a set unm- her of ecres of rapeseed dm will b? delivered lo crushing p'ani> as well 35 acres of oilseed crop which will be delivered and available fcr export markeis. Mr. Eraivold said pin fonh was !uc fetlerfil government pick aboiii 7.1 per cent of c.r 5prr.yina for ihe Benha "Then ue icl! the farm- er r.oi io be alarmed before .-cooing o' ibo threat ri "We v.rat hapren bui we-re to iv.ske a more civp. es- pecially in 'he face r: srronc bsrijv. he a ver-' on farmer's iu ne.x; Mr Bra old. This :s iru? in i'ne ihe ears Mr Bra'.vo'.ci >aid since ;he i-; in I'c-r.jida ior export j'.y. the prcx'lein r.'ji r prt; j- v m.'iop "n 35 solutior? "he orrbiem ?sic the cuo'.a recd> to he "ciear- Armyironns feed on pods oi rapeseed plants r r o r s ho recosr.tzed iron; s dis- ci of rapeseed. rcCiaUy -r. low area5 ar.d marges nrs from green and trou-n curing [.be growth pro- cess adult, -hey are black, a lieht brown h-: ?.d ar.d s broad PF. 1 e prance ?trip? along each ;r. Alberta :v e .-i1 L a n 2 e. r-r..V chemical IT the ecainsr :he pes" Erie "o ssrsy .Tn fnrcying a secord ihe crsT i- r-- hetv.-een ih-i Drovince. !h-e ".-nic-pa! diiirc: furrier and the chem- minufacvjre" Mr Ve.nz corjiLTJfd :r> find oihe- for tve armv-vorrr. Tr.ere considerable r.c. 2: orre -J'ere treated -oilowir.r c: prrcd cf which ace ap- 1 e.rt fi-f.elcped are les> '-'Xic to handler- i-rA h.v.e a T-.-I more :ic-i. be -sid -J-e siemf and into the up n rvvS- leaving rhe inner irches. exposed. ihe hea'-y estiiig when moth? and of rue dnrr.sgp is done flyj.c from nii-J June Mated They chsnce into 2' _e IC-O ezz? From rj.'-h .r. in- the acL't on iw undo inochs emerge in the spring. PI the lesve? of ihe rsre- Only ore generaiion of cater- plar.S the last produLfd a year, wees .-f .lu.'v a'-myvoDrm wa-f first a noiiced in Alh-er's in 1922 and c-ent '.o cent a of crops. the pale rapeseed eatned im- or C2rerpiiicT? rlis- rcnaree 3rd acreage t h e ret-s-e rn rre pjir'5. changed and nr cf leaves rov.- -he croo i> ILF first. msior supply of food. RESEARCHERS RACE AGAINST TIME FOR THE ANSWER i r.f 17 creating or rapeseed H> a' c. o.e: tr.e s r-rtL-rr.e o" ir.c tr.-r >t3te> Desar'- GJibreax o; end ere Dr Xej. ni.'-ri o; A2r.ru cc. 'll c _ i. e _ i.. i.i_i... Time to prepare i: on tne i. r r niiar- bv i'----'t'e- ,..-...-r ber-.a e r.r TV- A: Lelr.' me r.... '.r. '-.-r -t'. :o- Is rn j'o t." J'- .-r v- T I l v. e. a i _. d "-1 c n-' ;.f acptoton: ''e r J101- t-e :.e.o ihe mumciDGi r' 2rf Sex a'tractants 01 'r.e TV n --.i, rr-v-ricji- a r 7--- r-. ?.'up' 1 _.-' to tre ad- -T P' a: e -i as a cor.r-.; o: f vrr a M TIT'HC- ff he a ads -.if-.- tn .-he anecied n-: j..'. Grcwfh jrina te uACOi-erc-i w -'ance '-.v h n- veri'abif: rt -f Putr.am -V 'hn1 rclert.-e ior The-1- vii; he maTs srri -r-it" Turmnt I-ol.ov planes tattled 'hi- ''T'1 -.t-.-- toxic to r.-iivlle; 5 n n ri r.irLte rr.i- h-o have -n the g