Ontario Canola Growers Association and Agronomy Advantage organized a day of hands-on learning near Kenilworth. Farmers learned about nitrogen rates and application, seeding rates and various challenges facing the industry.
Retaining crop residue benefits soil health, erosion management and crop health, but it must be managed to enable best seeding practices and crop establishment the following season.
Find out what farmers and agronomists who attended canolaPALOOZA 2017 in Saskatoon, Portage la Prairie and Lacombe say were the highlights from this hands-on, expert-laden, wide-open and fun agronomyfest.
These four farmers and their families have been involved in canola and rapeseed production for many years. They also have a deeper-than-average connection to the crop’s history in Canada. For more on the 50th anniversary of the Canola Council of Canada and it predecessor, the Rapeseed Association of Canada, visit canolahistory.ca.
Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council provides nine steps to recruit, select and hire the right people for the job. This article is based on a webinar sponsored by Alberta Canola.