This quiz describes five timely scenarios where decisions could influence profitability of a canola crop.
Always inspect seeds in side-branches as well, particularly in fields with low plant populations that have a large amount of branching.
How many days delayed am I going to be with straight combining versus swathing? It depends on your expectation of “ready”. This article describes three scenarios.
Measure combine losses and then make adjustments to limit those losses. This puts more canola in the bin and reduces the volunteer canola seedbank in your fields.
Late season hail can damage pods and increase the shattering risk for those pods. Before jumping the gun and swathing too early, take these decision-making steps.
Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialist Ian Epp and Alberta farmer Melissa Damiani help host Jay Whetter describe timely tips to produce a clean canola crop for export. Find all the tips at keepingitclean.ca.
Canola grower organizations in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta encourage farmers and agronomists to do more field testing.
Clear patches of canola plants that are ripening prematurely could be diseased. These are obvious places to start a pre-harvest disease survey.
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