Canada’s three new trade agreements will do more than increase the demand for canola. The most important advantage is the opportunity to extract more value from every tonne of canola we grow.
As you head into the 2019 growing season, what one thing would you like to change in the business this year? Machinery? Logistics? Farm size? Crop rotation? Staff management? Canola Digest asked these four farmers for their thoughts.
PAMI compared seed damage and distribution for two common drills running at low, medium and high fan speeds. The study found minimal damage to canola seed, even at high fan speed. The study also found that while distribution of canola seed tended to be lowest at the outer extremes, higher fan speed reduced this variability.
Tips and tools from the Canola Council of Canada Agronomy Team
It’s been a busy few months between Canada and China. Over the winter a new trade goal was set, two new canola traits were approved and a Canola Dialogue brought together industry and government.