The three Prairie-based canola grower organizations invest in personal, high-quality and hands-on canola oil promotion events in Ontario – with the goal to improve canola oil’s share of Canada’s biggest market.
World vegetable oil demand continued to rise sharply in 2016, but production declined for the first time in more than 30 years, creating a production deficit and steep reduction of stocks. While the tight supply situation continues to support prices of all vegetable oils, don’t expect prices to rise much further as world supplies are recovering.
The new exhibit from the Canadian Agriculture and Food Museum will tour the country, with its first stop at the CCC convention in Winnipeg.
The customer has to be top of mind with each decision on the farm. Keep it Clean reminds canola farmers to continue to keep pesticide residues and blackleg management a priority in the growing season ahead.
For this new series, Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialists take a particular agronomy challenge and provide solutions, with consideration for risks and costs. In this case, Keith Gabert looks at management of sclerotinia stem rot in light of high infestation levels seen in many Prairie fields in 2016