Canola School – Evaluation and Risks of Deep Seeded Canola

In the last episode of the Canola School, we talked to Doug Moisey of the Canola Council of Canada about investigating some of the causes of variable emergence in canola. This time around we look at some of those causes, in particular, deep seeding. Seeding canola too deep is not only responsible for delayed emergence, but can also make the plant more susceptible to a number of different diseases.

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This episode of the Canola School brings Doug Moisey back for a look at some of the issues that can arise from deep seeded canola, from potential disease problems all the way to varied staging at harvest.

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