Sock it to wind. A little wind is OK, but take measures to reduce drift. Herbicide timing is more important that waiting to achieve full coverage from a fine spray.
Flea-ing to the stems. In windy and cool conditions, flea beetles may duck for cover and feed on stems. Take a look. This hidden damage can be costly.
Recede from reseeding. A thin stand will “usually” provide a greater economic return that a crop reseeded in June — although some conditions apply.
Bore into boron. Canola needs boron, but this essential micronutrient is not a miracle cure for all that ails. Applied boron rarely provides an economic response for Western Canadian canola.