Canola Community Connections

Manitoba Weed Seedling ID Day: free to attend. Tuesday, May 28, 2024 at Assiniboine Community College (Brandon – North Hill Campus, MB) from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. More info here.

Registration is now open for the Water Security Agency (WSA)’s Point of Adequate Outlet (PAO) course. To register, contact Heather Davies. The one-day refresher course (for those who have previously taken a PAO course) will be held June 13 from 10am-3pm near Esterhazy, SK. Full introductory PAO course dates are as follows:
* June 10 online virtual session (9-11am) + June 12 field day near Moose Jaw, SK (9am-3pm)
* Sept 20 online virtual session (9-11am) + Sept 26 field day near Yorkton, SK (9am-3pm)
* Oct 4 online virtual session (9-11am) + Oct 9 field day near Moose Jaw, SK (9am-3pm)

2024 Farming Smarter Field School: June 26-27, Lethbridge, AB

Crop Diagnostic School will be back at the Ian N. Morrison Research Station (Carman, MB) from July 3-5, 2024 and July 9-11, 2024. Registration details will be available soon.

SaskCanola sponsored Summer 2024 events: Various dates and locations from July 10-24.

Saskatchewan Crop Diagnostic School: Hosted by Saskatchewan Agriculture and Northeast Agriculture Research Foundation (NARF), July 24 or 25 in Melfort, SK. Limited spaces are available, so register early to guarantee your spot. To register, click here.

University of Manitoba Faculty Conversation: “What bugs a farmer’s crops? Assessing damage in Canola” – Recording now available here. A conversation with researchers Alexandro Costamagna, Hectoro Carcamo and Canola Council agronomist Keith Gabert on flea beetles and lygus bugs.

Keep it Clean 2024 Product Advisory Webinar – Recording now available here.
Watch the webinar for an overview of the crop protection product and crop combinations that may cause market risks for the 2024 growing season.

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Read these Canola Research Hub blogs
Preparing for 2024: Canola disease recap and Insect survey results to prepare for the 2024 season

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Are you or is someone you know feeling burnt out, unreasonably stressed or exhausted? Help is available.
Support lines by province 
Do More Ag Foundation
Manitoba Farmer Wellness Program

SAFETY: Think safety first. Farm safety resources are available from the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association