• New CCC booth at January farm shows. The Canola Council of Canada and SaskCanola will be in a joint booth at the Crop Production Show in Saskatoon January 9-12. The CCC booth will be separate from the Manitoba Canola Growers Association booth at AgDays in Brandon January 17-19. And the CCC and Alberta Canola Producers……
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  • The Western Canadian Crop Production Show is at Prairieland Park January 9-12. SaskCanola and the Canola Council of Canada will have a joint booth at Prairieland Park all week. SaskCanola's Producer Conference and AGM is Thursday, January 12 from 8:30 to 4:00 in Ballroom B of the Saskatoon Inn. Speakers include:…
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  • Farm Tech's agenda is packed with concurrent sessions on a wide variety of agronomy topics. Keynote speakers are General Rick Hillier on Leadership in Tough Times; Glen Hodgson, chief economist with the Conference Board of Canada; James Peck, U.K. farmer and Nuffield Scholar; and John Shmorhum, who will speak on farming in Ukraine. Register by January 6 for early bird…
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  •   December 13, 2011 — Comparative data on canola seed varieties is now available to growers from the new Canola Performance Trials (CPT) 2011. The CPT 2011 represents the next generation in variety evaluation for Western Canadian canola growers, providing science-based, unbiased and timely performance data that reflects actual production practices, as well as comparative……
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  • Crop planning. Recognize the value of diversity. The more growers do to vary their practices — including rotation of crops, pest control products, and varieties — the harder it will be for diseases, insects and weeds to adapt and increase. This can provide a long-term economic benefit. Check bins and bags. Agronomy surveys show that……
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