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Alberta Canola Producers Commission represents canola growers in Alberta and invests in research, policy development, grower education, and public engagement.
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Looks like some better spray conditions are coming…. screen grabbing from the Windy app
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Visit for details and to register for these 3 important events! May 24 conference call update on China - the agronomy event of the summer - hands on training to manage harvest and minimize losses
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Jennifer Otani May 18
Prairie Pest Monitoring Network’s Weekly Update (May 16, 2019; Wk 06) is available!
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Alberta Canola May 17
Thank you to the sponsors, supporters, and plot partners that have already signed up to be part of on June 26 in Lacombe. Get all the details at
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Alberta Canola May 16
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Thanks - we appreciate the support! Join us:
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Alberta Canola May 15
We welcome any organization or ag retailer to put together a bus… and if they do… we will ensure VIP check-in
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Alberta Canola May 15
Imagine 125 researchers, agronomists and industry experts all waiting to give you an expert answer to every canola question. That’s And we just uploaded the speaker list to
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Alberta Canola May 14
Great to see return of the GRO paloozaBUS heading to Such a great way for Ag organizations, retail outlets and elevators to get a group together for a trip to Agronomy Event of the Summer!
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Autumn Barnes May 14
Registration is open for Combine College in Lethbridge Wednesday, July 10! More details & register now:
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Brittany Hennig 🌻 May 10
As crop scouting begins, remember that Virkon DOES NOT work on clubroot spores. Please use a 2% concentration of sodium hypochlorite (bleach) to water on tools and footwear. Read more:
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Alberta Canola May 12
Happy Mother’s Day.
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Alberta Canola May 11
The agronomy event of the summer is in Lacombe, AB on June 26. Register at Thank you to the sponsors and plot partners that have already signed up - visit them on the midway!
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Alberta Canola May 10
A benchmark study by Team Alberta estimated that in 2018, the cost of fuel used for grain drying in Alberta was between $35 to $45 million. Volunteer to be part of the solution to lower grain drying costs and increased efficiencies. Learn more here: .
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Alberta Canola May 9
Just one of the many events you will find these great summer students at this year!
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ccga.ca Apr 25
CCGA Hub post: Increasing the Canadian biodiesel mandate from 2% to 5% would benefit the environment, farmers, and the economy. Read the full article at
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Keith Gabert May 9
Wonder what clubroot looks like in spring? Patch of Thin canola stubble with a few extra weeds? CHECK. Sure most of the galls may have sluffed off as rotten peat moss, but you'll be able to see healthy roots vs suspect ones.
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Alberta Canola May 9
Get an expert answer to every canola question from more than 125 researchers, agronomists and experts at 25 interactive learning stations - June 26 at in Lacombe FREE to attend - register today at
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Justine Cornelsen May 8
HOW TO INCREASE CANOLA SEED SURVIVAL RATES: -seed shallow -seed at a consistent depth -seed slower -limit seed-placed fertilizer -penetrate residue -leave a firm seedbed -pack appropriately -seed into warmer soils Article at Canola Watch:
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Alberta Canola May 8
Did you take the clubroot quiz in last week? Listen to revela the answers to the quiz and learn about clubroot in the latest Canola Watch podcast:
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Alberta Canola May 3
There’s still time to register and join the Canola Council’s conference call update on canola seed exportable to China at 7:00am Alberta time. Register here:
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