The canola crop that has emerged is quite variable in height which is causing significant challenges in trying to control unwanted weeds. This year the ideal scenarios never seem to be playing out which requires farmers to weigh all the positives and negatives to all situations. This is a year where there is give and take on all decisions and spraying is no different.
Many canola crops are going to be sprayed after bolting because farmers can finally get into the field. In this episode of the Canola School I chat with Bruce MacKinnon, Monsanto Canada, about this late spraying and what some of the key points of consideration are.
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