Canola Watch – February 5, 2020

February 5, 2020

BINS ARE EXCELLENT MARKETING TOOLS…AS LONG AS CANOLA IS SAFE

On-farm storage capacity allows farmers to sit on more of their grain and wait for better market prices, but this advantage falls apart if the crop spoils in the meantime. The best thing is to check all bins.

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TOP 10: FEBRUARY PLANNING FOR GROWING SEASON

  • Which canola varieties to put where?
  • Which crops to seed first?
  • What is your canola target stand?
  • How will you catch up on fertilizer?
  • What to do with crop remaining in the field?

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