In the Lab
This booklet is designed to assist growers with the variety selection process by showcasing 2011 through 2016 small plot and field scale results from the Canola Performance Trials (CPT). It is laid out in a step-by-step format with many factors along the way for a grower or agronomist to consider and an industry member to showcase.
Feb 23, 2017 For immediate release. Investment Tax Credits Available to Canola Growers Producers are entitled to obtain taxable benefits on canola check-off deductions that are used to support Research & Development. The government has told us that only 80% of the research money is eligible for the tax credit. Individual producers are entitled to
The Evaluation of OP lines and varieties for suitability for commercial production in Manitoba study consisted of evaluating 10 entries (8 OP varieties, plus 2 WCC/RRC checks) on 7 locations in 4 replications per location. Eight varieties were sourced from different breeders with interest in OP development. The inclusion of the WCC/RRC checks allowed a relative
Canola Research Hub The Manitoba Canola Growers are proud to be a strong funding partner in the research summarized in the Canola Research Hub. ENTER THE CANOLA RESEARCH HUB The Canola Research Hub translates agronomy research findings into tangible on-farm practices that result in great productivity and profitability – TOP SCIENCE FOR THE BOTTOM LINE. This database currently
The high cost of hybrid (HY) canola (Brassica napus L.) seed has some producers considering F2 generation hybrid farm-saved seed (HY-FSS), or open-pollinated (OP) varieties (both certified and farm-saved seed). The net return (NR) of different varieties, genetic backgrounds, seeding rates, seed treatments, and seed sizing was evaluated from three experiments over eight site-years of
Relatively high seed prices and low canola (Brassica napus L.) grain prices created a controversy over using farm-saved seed from hybrids. Agronomic implications of saving seed from a canola crop were investigated by planting certifi ed seed and saved-seed of an open-pollinated and a hybrid canola cultivar at eight site-years in Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada.
The Manitoba Canola Growers’ Association (MCGA) engaged Strategic Vision Consulting Ltd. (SVC) to compile a list of open pollinated canola varieties Canadian farmers may have the right to save and replant under the definitionof farm saved seed. In this document, SVC will refer to these varieties as “free to reseed.
Clubroot research project is a 4 year project to build a durable clubroot resistance. This is funded by Alberta Crop Industry Development Fund (ACIDF) and the three grower groups. In addition to the project mentioned above Manitoba Canola Growers have also set up a testing facility. The Pest Surveillance Initiative (PSI) is a project of the
Protein Fractionation project is a joint project with SaskCanola and AAFC that will test Brassica protein fractionation process under large scale processing, execute economic analysis of the process and market positioning of the products.
The goal of this program is to increase the profitability of canola production. The funding groups of CARP are the Canola Council of Canada, Saskatchewan Canola Development Commission, the Alberta Canola Producer Commission and the Manitoba Canola Growers Association. CARP projects are selected by the Board of Directors of MCGA. The projects that are selectedare
Canola Performance Trials (CPT) represent the next generation in variety evaluation for Western Canadian canola growers. The three Prairie canola grower groups – Manitoba Canola Growers Association, Alberta Canola Producers Commission, and Saskatchewan Canola Development Commission (SaskCanola) – fund the program. The Canola Council of Canada delivers the program on their behalf. Trials provide relevant