In conflict, each side may have different and even opposite positions, but what is their interest? By asking ‘Why do you hold that position?’ or ‘What do you need?’, sides may find a resolution that benefits the long-term relationship.
Thank you to the hardworking FarmTech committee for putting together yet another great event. We enjoy working with our fellow crop commissions to offer this dynamic event to our producers. From weather to agronomy to management to nutrition information, the diversity of information presented was vast and everyone walked away having learned many new things.... Read More
Read short follow-ups on past Canola Digest articles, including the top yield for the Canola 100 Agri-Prize and a federal rail transportation bill.
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
In 2016, SaskCanola launched the 30-minute documentary License to Farm, to highlight the facts behind common misconceptions about agriculture production in Canada. The goal of this documentary is to inspire producers to engage in more conversations about food, build trust with their urban neighbours, and protect their social license to farm. Since the film launched,... Read More