Apparently, winter is never going to end. This is a picture from the seat of my truck in Barons, Alberta on Monday afternoon. With continued snowfall warnings seeding has halted in Southern Alberta. Between the Manitoba floods and Alberta spring snowfall, weather has definitely been a challenge. It will be very interesting as the spring proceeds whether… Read more »
In this segment of our Canola School, Matt Stanford of the Canola Council of Canada discusses how you should be caring for the canola seed you purchased. Matt talks about why you should keep a seed sample and a blue tag from every lot of seed to help you if issues arise. I tell customers… Read more »
Harry Siemens of SiemensSays does a great job in the following article and podcasts to bring to light the controversy over who has or hasn’t reported their donor list in the past CWB elections. Harry interviews former board candidate Rolf Penner, Ian Craven of Meyers Norris Penny and Larry Hill, Canadian Wheat Board Chair. … Read more »
In this segment Matt Stanford walks us through the key points in field selection, the proper canola seeding speed and obtaining the proper seeding rate. All three things are key factors in getting a great stand. In canola growing, cutting corners can cause pain through the growing season.
Before you ever leave the farm yard you better must make sure that your drill is ready for planting. Too many farmers across North America don’t go through the final checks to make sure that canola planting will be a success. In this video Matt Stanford from the Canola Council of Canada walks us through… Read more »
Starting this week we will be launching a very special series called Canola School. Along with Matt Stanford of the Canola Council of Canada, we will feature an assortment of videos and features on growing canola through the season. From pre planting tips to a post harvest regiment, Matt and I will guide you to… Read more »
There is an over abundance of research that is done every year and presented to you to prove which product your farm needs to ensure success. Whether it is seed, chemical, agronomic enhancement or a miracle herbal additive, the amount of information is monstrous. There are many private research trials and public trials for all… Read more »