Alberta Canola board chair John Guelly will host his 4th Annual Canola Crop Walk August 7 on his farm near Westlock. John will have a few notable experts on hand, including Dan Orchard and Autumn Barnes from the CCC, to answer questions on swath timing, straight cutting, harvest management, stand establishment, weed control, canola diseases and insect pests. Please come with any canola agronomy questions. No registration required, just show up. For more information, visit albertacanola.com/events or call/text John at 780-349-1026.
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