Canola School: Can your fans handle a 25,000 bushel bin full of canola?

Kelvin Heppner talks to Lorne Greiger of the Prairie Agricultural Machinery institute about the effects of larger bin sizes on the storage and handling of canola.

Canola School - Dry Soils Raise the Risk of Fertilizer Toxicity

Don Flaten, soil scientist with the University of Manitoba, discusses the risk factors that contribute to fertilizer toxicity problems at seeding.

Canola School: Fumigation in the fight against clubroot

Sheau-Fang Hwang of Alberta Agriculture & Forestry shares her research findings looking at methods and feasibility for fumigating soil where clubroot is a problem.

Canola School: Learning lessons about weed seed destruction at harvest

Canola School - Research looking at liming to suppress clubroot

Sheau-Fang Hwang discusses preliminary findings from a project looking at liming can impact clubroot-infested soil. Filmed during Canola Week in Saskatoon.

EU neonic restrictions ‘a tragedy’ for beneficial insects, says UK researcher

The European Commission ‘severely restricted‘ three neonicotinoids — clothiandidin, imidacloprid, and thiamethoxam — in an effort to protect honeybees, but critics say the regulations are doing for the very opposite.

Canola School: New test unlocks ability to match resistance with blackleg type

Nicholas Larkan of Armatus Genetics explains new testing capabilities developed by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada for identifying blackleg strains in a field — information that can be used to select appropriate varieties based on new blackleg resistance…

Canola School - Crop Production Innovation Team

RealAg's Debra Murphy talks to Gregory Sekulic and Clint Jurke of the Canola Council of Canada about their newly formed Crop Production Innovation team.

Canola School: Check seed labels to rotate blackleg resistance

Canola School - Debra Murphy and the Case of the Mystery Midge