Canola School: When is the Right Time to Soil Sample in the Fall – Ross Mckenzie

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As harvest comes to an end over the next couple weeks it is incredibly important to start laying the groundwork for next years canola crop. The first step is soil sampling and with the warmer temperatures that we are supposed to get the next two weeks this is not the right time. As Ross Mckenzie mentions in this weeks episode farmers may have to make sure that their fertilizer retailer or agronomists are not jumping the gun to get out into the field to early.

In this weeks episode of the Canola School, Ross Mckenzie discusses the right time to soil sample and you may be surprised that warm weather is not ideal.

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