Canola Watch – June 15, 2022

June 15, 2022

Well-established weeds are more difficult to control and steal valuable resources from the soon-to-emerge crop.

Inside the June 15, 2022 Canola Watch

  • Quiz – This week in agronomy: Four questions on things we’re seeing this week across the Prairies – including hail, excess moisture and spraying delays…
  • Tackle seedling canola’s #1 threat: flea beetles
  • Over-wet or finally not so dry, top dress now
  • What’s actually in those fields? COUNT and SCOUT
  • When is the best time to spray weeds?
  • Scouting checklist
  • plus Community Connections

Read the June 15, 2022 Canola Watch

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Upcoming Events

A Practical Session on Grain Contracts

Questions about grain contracts? Hear from legal experts.​ Join CCGA as they host legal experts from D’Arcy and Deacon LLP for an interactive session.
Jul 5
Online, Webinar

Lakeland College Agronomy Day 2022

Canola, pulse and wheat topics with speakers including Clint Jurke
Jul 12

Lethbridge College Research Farm Field Day

Lethbridge College invites farmers and those working in the field crop industry to attend the inaugural Research Farm Field Day on Wednesday, July 13, at the Lethbridge College Research Farm
Jul 13
Lethbridge, Alberta

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