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The Benefits of Flexible Roundup Rates

May 6, 2019

Spray season can be a stressful, frustrating and exhausting time for farmers. And if the weather isn’t cooperating or equipment breakdowns occur, the challenges are compounded.

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Setting Big Canola Yield Goals

Apr 12, 2019

As a producer chasing big canola yields this year, you’ll need to carefully consider a lot of moving parts – both in your fields and as part of your farm management plan – to make it happen.

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Fighting the toughest weeds in Western Canada

Mar 1, 2019

Managing weeds on the farm is key for success, but can be one of the most frustrating battles a farmer can face. Changing weather patterns year-over-year means that conditions that were favourable for one weed species last year may be vastly different this year – and the weed spectrum in the field may shift completely.

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The Great Oilseed from the North: Celebrating Innovations in Canola

Feb 14, 2019

With rhythmic, golden fields carpeting huge swaths of the Canadian Prairies every summer, it’s tough to imagine a time before canola dominated the landscape. However, just a few decades ago, canola existed only in science labs and grew on test plots.

Fast forward to 2018, and canola has become one of the world's most important oilseed crops and the most profitable commodity for Canadian farmers. With the incredible economic and scientific strides taking place, we thought it was a perfect time to look back at canola’s dramatic rise on Canadian farms.

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Ask an Expert: Canola’s Next Generation Uncovered

Nov 14, 2018

As the growing season wraps up in Western Canada, producers are starting to shift their attention to the spring – specifically towards new seeding developments for 2019. One hot topic that has a lot of farmers talking is the anticipatory release of TruFlex™ canola with Roundup Ready® Technology*, which will be our first new canola trait in over 20 years.

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Evaluating the Season and Choosing Canola Hybrids for Next Year

Oct 15, 2018

Another season is in your rear-view mirror, which means it’s time to consider your accomplishments, current practices and start planning for next year. These reflections will help you make better decisions about your canola program, further optimizing your strategy and increasing your chances of success next season.

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