Canola Straight Cutting is the Focus of BASF Webinar Hosted by Shaun Haney

Canola growers across Western Canada are continually searching for ways to raise yields in the most efficient manner.  Growers continue to push to achieve this objective and will even develop production techniques that many people thought was impossible a relatively short time ago.

Apparently interest in straight cutting is definitely growing. According to last years IPSOS study, 74% of canola growers surveyed have an interest in straight cutting at least some of their canola.

Leguee Farms of Weyburn, Saskatchewan explains the grower attitude towards straight cutting on their blog, “I can confidently say we will try more acres next year. It may be a little slower than picking up swaths, but if I can avoid sitting in that stupid swather, it’s all worth it.”

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The BASF website describes the webinar:

Join our webinar on July 28th, 2016 at 8 am MST to learn all about straight cutting canola. Hear from our panel of experts and discover how you can increase harvest efficiency while saving on time, labour and equipment. You can also earn one CEU credit for attending the 2016 webinar.

Our own Shaun Haney will host the webinar and will be joined on the panel by Nathan Gregg (PAMI), Bryce Geisel (BASF) and John Sarabin (Prince Albert farmer) who will share research and experiences with canola straight cutting.

After each of the panelists provide their insight, attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the panelists to ensure they get the most out of the session.

The webinar is on Thursday at 8am MST and you can register by CLICKING HERE.

 

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