Steps taken to improve canola seed emergence will improve the return on investment for seed and can improve overall crop profitability.
This video provides a quick overview of the drill-prep steps outlined in our full article.
Ian Epp and Clark Brenzil compare pre-seed burnoff and early post-emergence applications, and make a good case for spraying first and then seeding.
Clean lines, nozzles and screens to prepare the sprayer for a busy few weeks of early weed control
Part 1: What to do about high-moisture canola as spring temperatures warm up?
Part 2: What is the best on-farm system to dry grain?
A disinfect like bleach or SprayNine is an essential part of the scouting kit. These will disinfect tools and boots between fields.
The Canola Watch team of CCC agronomy specialists has a few priorities for 2020. As a way to check in on how their priorities match up with current practices, we have a short survey for canola growers and for agronomy advisers (like retails, agronomists and CCAs). The survey will take about two minutes. Please take the time to help us out.
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