Six questions on scenarios and sightings in canola fields this week. Click “submit” to get detailed answers with lots of agronomy tips.
Tips on… Swathing before a frost, What to do when frost hits standing crop, Cool weather and the performance of pre-harvest aids, Frost and green counts, and more.
Fall is a good time to control perennial and winter annual weeds, but spraying immediately after harvest may not provide the best results. Identify the weeds present – Are they perennials? Winter annuals? Annuals? Clubroot hosts? – to choose the best time to spray.
Tips for…Identifying storage risks, Drying tough and damp canola, Aeration in large bins.
We know three causes for canola sprouting in the pod. This ‘precocious germination” can occur in these circumstances….
The 2019 Canola Discovery Forum, to be held at the RBC Convention in Winnipeg on November 13-14, will dig into integrated pest management (IPM). You are invited to join us to learn from one another, discover new ideas and enhance IPM BMPs.
What does it take to navigate in a changing industry and a changing world? Find out by joining us as we chart a new course at the Canadian Crops Convention, March 3-5, 2020 in Vancouver.
The EU biofuel market represents a significant opportunity for Canadian canola. Canadian canola is already a qualified feedstock for use in EU biofuels thanks to the CCC’s past efforts, but exporters and growers need to be certified if they choose to take advantage of this opportunity.
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