Verticillium stripe disease has flown under the radar due to misdiagnosis, limited survey results and a lack of quantification of its impact on Western Canadian canola crops. New research projects underway will enhance our understanding.
The new Canadian Agri-Food Automation and Intelligence Network (CAAIN), which includes the smart farms at Olds College and Lakeland College, will help innovators make the connections necessary to test an idea and bring it to market.
Little things that seem like nothing can add up to a surprising amount of wasted money and time. The concept of “Lean” farming can help you recognize waste so you have more time for practices that add true value.
Canola Eat Well has a new version of its award-winning recipe booklet called Eat More Meals Together. The goal is to build a community that shares its kitchen inspirations and to encourage healthy eating using canola oil.
Canola growers across the Prairies fund important agronomy research through their annual levy payments to SaskCanola, Alberta Canola and Manitoba Canola Growers. The research committee chairs for each organization explain why they, as growers themselves, support this investment in support of better more profitable canola production.