The Editor's Desk

Poppin’ Aussies

Australia achieved an enviable increase in canola production over the past three years. After paltry crops of 2.3 million tonnes in 2018 and 2019, Australian canola output jumped to 4.8 million in 2020 and 6.8 million in 2021, according to USDA Foreign Agriculture Service data posted at PSD Online. The PSD Online forecast for 2022...
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Alberta Bulletin

In order to ensure the integrity of the voting procedure, growers joining us online will need to register to vote. Growers attending the AGM in-person or online are encouraged to register to vote by January 10 to ensure voting platform access. To register, please visit   Alberta Canola is hosting four Grower Engagement Meetings...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

Since the mid-1990s, the Prairie Pest Monitoring Network (PPMN) has developed protocols and conducted insect population monitoring for field crop pests in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the Peace River region of British Columbia. SaskCanola currently co-funds the PPMN with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) and other commodity organizations in the Prairie provinces as part of...
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Manitoba Bulletin

The story of canola production in Canada is an exciting journey of innovation and growth that has long been supported by people committed to seeing the crop, and the farmers who grow it, prosper. Even before the days when Baldur Stefansson and Keith Downey collaborated with other scientists, chemists, nutritionists and plant breeders to create...
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Farmer Panel

Market Signals

Our farmer panelists share their approaches to canola marketing: What signals and fundamentals do they watch for, how do they get market information, and whose advice do they follow? Melissa Damiani Bluffton, Alberta Melissa Damiani is honest about her marketing skills: “I have my strengths and passions when it comes to farming, but marketing is...
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