Canola rotation: "Do as I say, not as I do"

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Opinion

Anyone who was driving around the Prairies this summer saw field after field of beautiful yellow flowers. People who wanted to take pictures to show their relatives how canola turns the entire vista yellow had ample opportunity. At the same time, farmers surveying the same landscape likely couldn’t help but have an uneasy feeling in the pits of their stomachs. That’s because that lovely yellow view means there was a lot of canola seeded last spring. Given the conditions, there probably shouldn’t have been. For the Prairies, last summer was dry — very dry — and that is usually a…

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