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Clubroot management

March 2018—

Keep clubroot spore counts down and you can avoid major yield loss from the disease. In this article, CCC agronomy specialist Dan Orchard describes five proven steps that can prevent clubroot from taking hold in a field or, if it does take hold, from rising to yield-damaging levels.

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Tillage decisions

Tillage image

January 2018—

Tillage is making a comeback with recent high-moisture years. With all the benefits of reduced tillage, is this a positive? Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialist Brittany Hennig goes through five steps to consider before returning to tillage or increasing the use of tillage.

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Fertility Planning

November 2017—

Use these steps to establish your farm’s unique fertility plan for 2018. Once your plan is set, work with agronomic advisors and input suppliers to ensure you have the resources available when you need them.

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Variety decisions

September 2017—

Growers have many excellent varieties and traits to choose from. So which combination is best for your fields?

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Sclerotinia management

Sclerotina Petal Drop

March 2017—

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

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