Canola Watch: Plant Emergence

Wanting to figure out your canola plant emergence? CCC agronomy specialist, Autumn Barnes walks us through how to use the Canola Calculator to determine plant emergence and the value of doing so.Find the Canola Calculator at: canolacalculator.caFor mo…

Canola Watch: Assessing plant establishment

CCC agronomy specialist, Autumn Barnes shows how to properly assess plant establishment to determine emergence and if plant targets were met.To use the Canola Calculator to determine plant emergence go to canolacalculator.ca

Canola Watch: Flea Beetle Thresholds

An action threshold of 25% leaf defoliation is used for foliar insecticide applications to control flea beetle damage. There are several important steps involved with making a decision to spray.Find out more at canola watch.org.

Canola Watch: Measuring Seed Depth

Optimal canola seed placement is 1/2 to 1 inch in depth. CCC agronomy specialist Autumn Barnes walks through how to properly assess seed placement and depth.Find out more at canola watch.org

Canola Watch: Measuring Seed Depth

Optimal canola seed placement is 1/2 to 1 inch in depth. CCC agronomy specialist Autumn Barnes walks through how to properly assess seed placement and depth.Find out more at canola watch.org

Canola Watch: Seed Placed Fertilizer

Due to limited mobility of phosphorus in the soil and the importance of early uptake by the plant, phosphorus is the most important nutrient to place in the seed row of canola.For more information go to Canola Watch or the Canola Encyclopedia.

Canola Watch: Target Plant Density

Learn how to use the Canola Calculator to determine the ideal target plant density for your field. The Canola Calculator can be found at www.canolacalculator.caFor more information on target plant stands check out: www.canolawatch.org

Canola Watch: How to use the Canola Calculator to determine seeding rate

Learn how to use the Canola Calculator to determine seeding rate by setting up the thousand seed weight, target plant stand and plant emergence. This tool can be found at the canolacalculator.caFor more tips on how to use the Canola Calculator check ou…

Canola Watch: Soil Temperature

To determine the average soil temperature: Use a soil thermometer and take readings at 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. over a few days and average the results. Because canola is seeded at 1” deep, test the soil temperature at that depth. Be consistent. For more i…

Canola Watch: Residue & Moisture Management

Plant establishment starts in the fall by spreading crop residue evenly. Uneven residue on the soil surface can prevent drill openers from penetrating residue to place seed into soil. Management of residue cover can impact soil temperature and moisture. …