The economic impact of canola is visibly obvious across Alberta. It has become a mainstay on many farms across the west as canola acres push above 20 million acres. Offering support to that large amount of acres is no small task, and trying to stay ahead of the curve on any potential issue that can arise isn’t either. That’s why a job like that of the Alberta Canola Producers Commission is so important. The Commission is constantly working on supporting farmers in every area of production from increasing yields to controlling pests and diseases.
I spoke to Alberta Canola Producers Commission Chairman Jody Klassen about some of the things the commission is doing currently to help producers.
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