Temperatures are warmer, days are longer and the fields are bare — in some areas, at least. March is often the month to finalize plans for the 2015 seeding season.
This month’s Canola Watch includes our Top 10 agronomy priorities for 2015. See the survey link at the bottom of the article to provide your own rankings and comments.
CanoLAB 2015 wraps up this week with two days in Brandon. All three locations covered similar topics, and below is an article covering key take-home messages.
As you settle crop nutrition rates, product, timing and placement for 2015, two issues to consider are sulphur rates, given its importance to canola in particular, and phosphorus rates and the potential for hidden hunger as soil reserves drop.