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Conditions could be ripe for fusarium head blight across large swathes of Manitoba and Sask­atchewan. Recent rain, high humidity and warm daytime temperatures may have increased the risk of the disease in many fields of winter and spring wheat. It’s also a combination of high levels of inoculums carried over from last year in relation to temperature and relative humidity, say provincial pathologists. “Last year with high levels of fusarium across the province there’s inoculums definitely present in t...