Agronomy Insights

Choose the best canola seed traits for each field

September 2022—Canola Council of Canada (CCC) would like to see more farmers make canola seed decisions based on the best traits for each field. CCC agronomy specialists encourage growers to know the blackleg and clubroot scenario in each field and use that to select an appropriate source of resistance. Farms can also rotate herbicide tolerance (HT)...
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Agronomy Insights

Agronomy tips from the Canola Watch webinars

March 2022—

A few samples: “What’s right for your farm isn’t the same as what’s right for your neighbour’s farm” and “Just because you believe something about clubroot or blackleg today might not necessarily be true two years or five years from now” and “If you only have a few insects, you can actually have a boost in yield.”

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Agronomy Insights

A Better Flea Beetle Management Plan

Agronomy Insights - Tips and tools from the Canola Council of Canada agronomy team

September 2021—

Flea beetles are one of the most prominent pests for canola, and were particularly harmful this year with the warm and dry spring, which disadvantaged the crop and encouraged flea beetle development. This article looks back at 2021 and provides some management tips for 2022.

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