Canola crops tend to yield more when they start off with five to eight plants per square foot, and when seedlings emerge at the same time. Growers can also often save extra management costs for flea beetles, for example, when plants germinate and emerge quickly.
Farmers have many technology options that could increase yields. This article focuses on three under-utilized precision tools – tools that have been around for a few years and are not as popular as they should be.
This is the third article in a four-part yield series for the Canola Digest 2021-22 season.