Canola growers and agronomists can use spore detection tools to identify the presence of the sclerotinia pathogen in a field. This answers a major question – but not the only question — when it comes to sclerotinia stem rot risk.
In this year of stress, disruption and isolation, farmers can use social media
to their advantage, harnessing its power to connect.
The Canola Council of Canada is spreading the word about canola meal benefits throughout the U.S., China and Southeast Asia.
Marketing Canadian canola meal to the American dairy industry takes on a Midwest focus, using on-farm trials in Wisconsin to show how higher usage levels can lead to higher milk yields.
Five influential experts from China’s livestock and aquaculture industry toured Canadian ports, processors, research centres and farms for the complete canola meal experience.