CropWeek 2010 – Denise Maurice – The Research Initiatives of the Canola Council of Canada

A famous saying is that, “Knowledge is power.”  One of the ways that we acquire knowledge is through research.  We must engage research in order to make sure that we continue to learn and improve on the way we did things yesterday.

Denice Maurice is the Vice President of Crop Production at Canola Council of Canada. We discussed some of key research initiatives that the Canola Council is engaged in this season to ensure growers continue to recieve the best information possible.

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