How much canola yield goes out the back of the combine? Two or three bu./ac. is fairly common. In this podcast, CCC agronomy specialists Angela Brackenreed and Shawn Senko, Alberta farmer Kevin Bender and host Jay Whetter discuss tips to reduce losses and improve profits.
This podcast was recorded at the Canola Discovery Forum in Canmore, Alberta, on October 27. Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialist Dan Orchard, Alberta Innovates plant pathologist Ralph Lange and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada plant pathologist Bruce Gossen join host Jay Whetter to talk clubroot agronomy, genetic resistance and adapting to a future with clubroot.
Daryl Tuck, canola grower from Vegreville, Alberta and director with Albert Canola Producers Commission, Wayne Truman, canola grower from Redvers, Saskatchewan and director with SaskCanola, and Clint Jurke, agronomy director with the Canola Council of Canada talk with host Jay Whetter about highlights from Canola Discovery Forum. The forum digs into scientific discovery, research needs
Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialists Gregory Sekulic and Keith Gabert talk with host Jay Whetter about diamondback moths, swede midge, the beneficial insects that help keep them under control, and economic thresholds to help with management decisions.
Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialists Keith Gabert, Justine Cornelsen and Gregory Sekulic talk with host Jay Whetter about flea beetles and early-season crop stress in 2015, and management tips for 2016.