Canola Council welcomes annual report on market access

The Canola Council of Canada (CCC) today welcomed the release of the first annual Market Access Report, a review of the Government of Canada’s plans and actions in securing and building access to markets globally for Canadian agricultural goods.

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Is your canola getting enough food?

Fall soil tests of fields that were in canola in 2011 will tell you how much nutrients are left, and hint at whether the crop ran out of gas. This information, along with the soil test results from fields planned for canola next year, can help set fertilizer rates for 2012.

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Got canola with green seed?

If you’re waiting for green seed counts to drop before combining canola, or if you have canola with high green seed counts sitting in a bin, quick action may be your best financial move at this stage of the season.

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Clubroot intensifies, check fields

Growers in fringe areas where clubroot is at low levels or has not yet been detected are encouraged to check their fields. Noticing the disease before it gets serious is an important step in long-term clubroot management

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