The Editor's Desk

Change it

The saying “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” doesn’t work for weeds. People promoting effective weed management have their own expression that is pretty much the exact opposite. Tammy Jones, weed specialist with Manitoba Agriculture, shared the catchphrase for a Canola Watch article back in June. “If something is working, change it.” Jones credited...
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Feature

Harvest Losses can be “that bad!”

Challenging harvest conditions or combine mismanagement can push canola harvest losses as high as 10 per cent of yield. This article will explain how to check for losses and how to set the combine to reduce losses.

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Feature

New Seed Tech for 2020

Canadian canola growers will have access to TruFlex, which expands the application rate and window for glyphosate on canola. InVigor growers will notice a new acres-per-bag approach to seed packaging. Seed companies continue to layer more high-demand traits into the same hybrids.

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Business Management

Leverage third parties for exponential growth

Shawn Kanungo, in his presentation on “Leadership in a world of disruption” at the Canada Crops Convention in Montreal earlier this year, says a business can greatly expand its profit-generating capacity and reduce its time-strain by leveraging outside help.

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