What canola production practices would you like to improve for 2019? Our Top 10 covers important and timely topics to consider, with notes on upcoming presentations and links to learn more.
It’s hard to believe, but some people still haven’t seen this amazing “Clubroot of Canola Disease Cycle” video.
Extended moments of warmer weather in winter can increase air and moisture movement inside bins. Put a priority on canola with moisture above 8% or higher dockage or green seed levels, all of which were more common after harvest 2018.
The 2018 Canola Performance Trials (CPT) small plot and field scale data booklet is now available on the CPT website.
Test your canola knowledge with our annual quiz based on content from Canola Watch 2018. CCAs and CCSCs who pass get 6 credits.
Register now for the Canadian Crops Convention: Leading Change, March 5-7 in Montreal. The event combines the Canola Council of Canada Convention with the Canada Grains Council Symposium.
The Saskatchewan clubroot distribution map includes all findings of clubroot and detections of the clubroot pathogen from 2008 to 2018.
At the workshop, the 200 attendees were urged to think about actions they can take to reduce the impact of clubroot on their farms, businesses and communities. These actions includes crop rotations, sanitation, resistant varieties, reduced tillage and scouting.
Here are the clubroot-resistant (CR) canola varieties currently available in Western Canada.
Use clubroot-resistant (CR) varieties as soon as clubroot arrives in the area. The CR trait will prevent most infection, which will help to keep spore counts low in fields that already have lower counts. With fewer resting spores in the soil, the risk of building up virulent pathotypes is reduced. List of CR canola varieties […]
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