In this segment of our Canola School, Matt Stanford of the Canola Council of Canada discusses how you should be caring for the canola seed you purchased.  Matt talks about why you should keep a seed sample and a blue tag from every lot of seed to help you if issues arise.  I tell customers that they should think of the blue tag as a receipt of quality.  Matt also discusses the need to be careful when loading your drill with canola seed and to be sure the seeder wind speed is set properly.

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