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 - Welcome to Clubroot Anonymous

John Guelly, farmer from Westlock County, Alberta, discusses the social stigma surrounding clubroot disease and why it's important to have open communication in managing clubroot. Filmed following Guelly's presentation at CropSphere 2018 in Saskatoon.

Canola School - Not just a Western crop

Meghan Moran, canola and edible bean specialist with OMAFRA, discusses canola production and challenges in Ontario with Kelvin Heppner at during last month's Canola Week in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Canola School: Identifying the new mystery midge

Meghan Vankosky, research scientist – field crop entomology with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, discusses the new midge species found in Western Canada last year and what's known about it.

Canola School: A cool crop — how canola sequesters carbon and reflects the sun HD 720p

Brian McConkey, research scientist with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in Swift Current, makes the case for "why canola is a cooler crop" — how canola sequesters carbon and reflects the sun. Filmed at the 2017 Canola Discovery Forum in Saskatoon.

Canola School - Should I Seed a Clubroot Resistant Variety?

Canola School: A tool for comparing varieties when booking seed

Angela Brackenreed discusses an online tool to help growers with variety selection when booking seed for next year.

Canola School - Lessons from 2017

Angela Brackenreed of the Canola Council of Canada discusses moisture conservation and lessons from the 2017 growing season.