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Don’t let bin spoilage spoil your hard work

After a rough year, the last thing you want to worry about is losing your crop in storage. The Canola Council of Canada has some tips to prevent heating and spoilage in your bins this winter.

Wild oat develops new herbicide resistance in Australia

An Australian farmer has found two species of glyphosate-resistant wild oats in his field. The weed already causes major problems for Prairie producers; what can be done to prevent wild oat glyphosate resistance in Canada?

Podcast: Takeaways from the Canola Discovery Forum 2019

This episode of Inputs is all about canola – from the 2019 harvest to producer plans for 2020. Join Top Crop Manager’s Stephanie Gordon at the 2019 Canola Discovery Forum in Winnipeg as she chats integrated pest management, on-farm practices and world market issues with industry insiders.
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Growing canola prior to pulse crops

Including pulse crops in rotation is increasingly popular among growers looking for greater nitrogen fixation in their soil. The question many growers have is which crop would be best to plant before a pulse crop. Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan conducted a study to examine the effects on N fixation of growing canola prior to a pulse crop. » Learn more

Herbicide-resistant kochia tumbling across the Prairies

Kochia has developed multiple herbicide resistances in a short time period, with rapidly growing population percentages showing resistance to Group 2, Group 9 and Group 4 herbicides. Between 2013 and 2018, the population resistant to Group 9 jumped from one per cent to 59 per cent. Moving forward, how do we handle kochia without creating additional resistances? » Learn more
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Soils and Crops 2020

March 10-11
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