Dedicated grain driers work quickly, removing more moisture in less time than a bin-based supplemental heat system. This may be the better choice for farms that expect to handle a lot of high-moisture grain every year.
Two canola farmers share how they handled the fallout of last year’s brutal harvest conditions, including spring harvest of their 2019 canola crop.
Canola Digest asked a few seed leads for their thoughts on major yield robbers that reduce field performance of canola genetics in Western Canada. We also asked about agronomy and technology that might help, and the next game-changing traits.
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