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How to Improve Yield with Genetics

Canola has a lot of untapped yield potential. Yield starts with cultivar selection, and then relies on environmental conditions and agronomy decisions. This article will look at this three-pronged relationship – genotype (the specific canola hybrid and its traits), environment and management, often shortened to G x E x M – with extra emphasis on genetic decisions.

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Not All Pod Shatter Resistance is the Same

Even with a trait that limits the amount of pod shatter, canola hybrids left standing will experience some level of pod loss. This article provides scouting and agronomy tips to identify the point at which canola hybrids should be straight combined, so growers make the right decision – and limit harvest losses – for each specific hybrid.

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Be the Leader You Want to Be

SaskCanola, Alberta Canola and Manitoba Canola Growers are farmer-run organizations, so they need passionate farmers to run for board elections. Are you ready to put your name forward? This article describes the requirements and rewards of joining a board.

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