Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI) plans to continue its evaluation of best practices for summer storage of canola in 2016. PAMI is looking for partner canola producers in Saskatchewan to assist with data collection. If you have canola with a moisture content of at least 7% that will be stored on-farm into July 2016 and are willing to participate in the study, please contact Joy Agnew at PAMI for more information. Phone 1-800-567-7264 or email email@example.com.
Project funding comes from the Canola Council of Canada, the provincial canola growers’ associations and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture.