Canola Digest January 2019 Issue
The Editor's Desk

People first

I traveled to India with my dad in November. It was like Jack Whitehall’s “Travels with My Father” except with less sarcasm and humiliation. However, while my dad is not curmudgeonly like Jack’s dad, his palate is perhaps somewhat elder-Whitehallian: My dad would have been happy to spend two weeks in India just eating frozen...
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Alberta Bulletin

Alberta Canola’s 30th Annual General Meeting (AGM) takes place during the FarmTech Conference on January 28. There is no charge to attend the AGM, and registration to FarmTech is not required to attend the AGM. For details, visit AGM agenda includes: A review of the activities, audited financial statements and budget for Alberta Canola....
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

“The goal of SaskCanola’s scholarship program is to invest in the future talent  of the canola industry. ” Lisa Horn, SaskCanola Executive Director Each year, two scholarships are awarded to students enrolled in graduate programs with projects studying canola. This investment complements the research SaskCanola invests in for the benefit of canola production and farm...
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Manitoba Bulletin

Bringing the idea of canola as a protein for human consumption to the forefront is something Manitoba Canola Growers have been supporting. Through innovative technology, protein has been extracted from canola meal (currently a livestock feed) in a way suitable for the human food market. The process is simple and only uses water and a...
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A probe of possibilities

Crop Intelligence Moisture Probe in field

Soil moisture makes yield, but how much do you know about your soil moisture levels? Metre-deep moisture probes combined with cellular communication are giving growers continuous updates on yield potential based on soil water, which can help with decisions on fertilizer top-dress, fungicide applications and marketing.

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