• With uneven maturity and later canola crops, this will be another year to watch green counts. Here are some tips to follow when testing for green seed: Rather than start up the combine to take a sample, insert a scoop shovel underneath the swath and use your hands to thresh pods near ground level into the shovel. These plants will…
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  • Combining has begun in some areas and high temperatures are predicted across the west in the coming days. It is important to remember that canola storage can be a concern even at seed moisture levels considered dry when the canola is binned at high temperatures. The high temperatures can make canola volatile for the first……
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  • Malathion CANNOT be used to treat bins where canola will be stored or to treat canola as it goes into storage. These applications can result in residues in the canola that are unacceptable in some of Canada’s key export countries with low minimum residue limits (MRLs) or zero tolerance for malathion. If a bin was……
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