Aussie rules

Australia’s contribution to global canola and rapeseed supply jumped from a decadal average of 3.3 million tonnes to 4.8 million in 2020, 6.8 million in 2021 and 8.3 million in 2022. Rainfall was the key factor. Agronomy was another. Could Australian rules for better canola productivity help improve productivity in Canada?

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Canola Research Hub

Better estimate emergence this spring to hit your target plant population

Canola seeding rates may require adjusting under certain conditions to optimize plant populations and maximize yields, according to research. Seeding rates may need to be increased when seeding at a later seeding date, when high average temperatures or low precipitation are observed before seeding, or expected after seeding.

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Canola in Ottawa

COP28 in Dubai, IOPD in Argentina

In December, the Canola Council of Canada (CCC) was in Dubai to represent the canola value chain at the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) – the global climate change conference organized by the United Nations. As the host country for COP28, the United Arab Emirates emphasized food systems as one of its priorities and...
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Business Management

Make better decisions with OODA Loop

How can an air force strategy to improve combat results help a farm make better marketing decisions? It’s about the process – including a constant looping back to test the validity of each decision.

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National Canola Marketing Program

De-bunking myths and educating audiences

Hello Canola has partnered with four strong Canadian voices – Emma Choo, Devan Rajkumar, Abbey Sharp and Darryl Wiebe – who can amplify the “canola love” message.

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