As canola starts to bolt and produce flowers, producers should consider checking to see if they have a tiny weevil known as the Cabbage Seedpod Weevil (CSPW), (Figure 1.) waiting to potentially impact yields. To find out if CSPW needs to be treated, fields should be scouted twice a week starting when plants are 10-20% bloom and continued through the flowering period. For B. napus canola varieties this will equate to 10 to 16 flowers on the main stem. For B. rapa varieties, this will equate to 6 to 12 flowers on the main stem. Using a heavy canvas sweep net, take 10 sweeps starting at the edge of fields and work inwards as you go. Don’t be surprised if you only find this pest concentrated on field borders, but during outbreak infestations, it may be found throughout the entire field.