New AAFC research results posted on the Canola Research Hub shows that quantitative (minor gene) resistance to blackleg can work to reduce disease severity even when the major resistance gene is no longer effective.
Don’t want to relive harvest 2019? Farmers can take various management steps to reduce financial and market risk no matter what storms are howling outside their bedroom window.
Provincial crop insurance providers have a lot of data and they’re sharing more of it online to help farmers with variety and cropping choices in their respective risk areas.
The Canola Eat Well program, supported by canola farmer organizations in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, partners in a successful school fundraiser that sells vegetables and provides a recipe booklet showing how to prepare the vegetables using canola oil.
Canola growers, through their provincial canola organizations, are helping to drive the research priorities for canola in Canada. Provincial research committee chairs explain the benefit of grower-funded and grower-directed research.