All canola should be conditioned after harvest – even if it has limited risk factors. Turning on aeration fans shortly after harvest will remove any moisture that has respired from the seeds – which commonly occurs after harvest. Aeration also cools the grain and evens out the temperature. Both of these “conditioning” steps can reduce storage risks.
Read about the “Importance of storage and conditioning canola” in the Canola Encyclopedia. Canola Watch has lots of great storage tips.