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Manitoba Canola Growers hosted a flea beetle webinar on April 8, 2021. This podcast is from that webinar recording. Guests are Manitoba Agriculture entomologist John Gavloski, University of Manitoba flea beetle research Alejandro Costamagna, Saskatchewan agronomist Larry Durand and CCC agronomy specialists Keith Gabert and Autumn Barnes.…
 
Canola Watch podcast host Jay Whetter moderated a live panel on 4R nutrient management at Canola Discovery Forum on December 2, 2020. This podcast is based on the recording of that panel discussion. Guests are Lyle Cowell with Nutrien in Saskatchewan, Mario Tenuta with the University of Manitoba, Dean Nelson, who farms in Alberta, and Adam Gurr, wh…
 
Our guests are Shelley Barkley, insect survey technologist with Alberta Agriculture & Forestry, and James Tansey, provincial insect pest management specialist with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture. They joined our Canola Watch conference call this week to enhance our understanding of bertha armyworm risk assessment, scouting and thresholds.…
 
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada research scientists Kelly Turkington and Dwayne Hegedus describe sclerotinia stem rot risk factors, spore-detection tools and spray timing. They shared these insights while participating in a Canola Watch conference call with the Canola Council of Canada agronomy team.…
 
Cory Jacob, provincial specialist in oilseed crops for Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture, talks with SaskCanola director Keith Fournier about crop rotation, especially as it relates to clubroot managment. Jay Whetter comes in at the end with a description of the six-ingredient clubroot management recipe. Read lots more on this topic at clubroot.…
 
Host Jay Whetter talks with Lyle Cowell, manager of agronomy services with Nutrien, Tom Jensen, soil science and agronomist, and Warren Ward, agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada, about nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and sulphur deficiencies in canola.Jay Whetter による
 
Lyle Cowell, manager of agronomy services with Nutrien, Tom Jensen, soil science and agronomist, and Warren Ward, agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada, talk with host Jay Whetter about 4R nutrient stewardship – and the benefits of getting an official designation. You can read more about the designation under the Nutrient Stewardshi…
 
Under what circumstances might a Western Canadian canola farmer want to add a post-emergence top-dress of fertilizer? Lyle Cowell, manager of agronomy services with Nutrien, Tom Jensen, soil science and agronomist, and Warren Ward, agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada, answer that question in this Canola Watch podcast with host Jay…
 
Pythium species, Fusarium species and Rhizoctonia solani – the "three amigos" – can cause seed rots, root rots and stem decay on young canola plants. Seed treatments are generally pretty good, but Krista Anderson from Bayer CropScience, Mark Belmonte from University of Manitoba and Autumn Barnes from the CCC explain the factors that can increase ri…
 
Jim Tansey, provincial entomologist for the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture, and Keith Gabert, agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada talk with host Jay Whetter about flea beetle behaviours – including how far they travel to find the first canola crops, major differences between striped and crucifer species, and how long the ris…
 
Sanitation of field equipment and scouting gear is an important step to improve clubroot prevention and management. But people are less likely to do the job unless they have a written plan. Mike Harding, plant pathology research scientist with Alberta Agriculture and Food, Barb Ziesman, provincial plant disease specialist with Saskatchewan Ministry…
 
Canola Watch re-posts this April 28 audio presentation with two timely themes – trade with China and COVID-19. Presenters are Jim Everson, president of the Canola Council of Canada, and Rick White, president and CEO of the Canadian Canola Growers Association. Brian Innes, CCC vice president, corporate affairs, is the moderator. Please note that eve…
 
Host Jay Whetter talks with CCC agronomy specialist Ian Epp and Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture provincial weed control specialist Clark Brenzil about the benefits of early weed control. They compare pre-seed burnoff and early post emergence applications, and make a good case for spraying first and then seeding. They also discuss tips on timin…
 
What is the best on-farm system to dry grain? Lorne Grieger, research project manager with Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI), and Angela Brackenreed, agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada, talk with host Jay Whetter about an ongoing study that will help farmers answer that question. The study is an initiative of Team A…
 
What to do about high-moisture canola as spring temperatures start to warm up? Host Jay Whetter talks with Lorne Grieger, research project manager with Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI), and Angela Brackenreed, agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada, to answer that question.…
 
Farmers can greatly improve the survival rate of canola seed by achieving uniform seed depth in the half inch to one inch range. For this podcast, host Jay Whetter talks with Shawn Senko of the CCC, Rob MacDonald of BASF and Darcy Missler of Bourgault about practical tips to prep the seeding tool for seed survival supremacy.…
 
Host Jay Whetter gets an update on Canadian canola trade with China from Jim Everson, president of the Canola Council of Canada, and Rick White, CEO of the Canadian Canola Growers Association. The first 18 minutes and 30 seconds are about China specifically. For the remaining minutes, Jay, Jim and Rick talk about support programs to compensate farm…
 
Canola Watch teams up with Real Agriculture to offer podcasts recorded live at canolaPALOOZA 2019 at Lacombe, Alberta. In this podcast, the fifth of five in the series, hosts Jay Whetter and Shaun Haney interview Murray Hartman, oilseed specialist for Alberta Agriculture, Rob Gulden, researcher at University of Manitoba, and Darren Feitsma, canola …
 
Canola Watch teams up with Real Agriculture to offer podcasts recorded live at canolaPALOOZA 2019 at Lacombe, Alberta. In this podcast, the fourth of five in the series, hosts Jay Whetter and Shaun Haney interview Breanne Tidemann with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC), Bob Blackshaw, recently retired from AAFC and Ian Epp with the Canola Cou…
 
Canola Watch teams up with Real Agriculture to offer podcasts recorded live at canolaPALOOZA 2019 at Lacombe, Alberta. In this podcast, the third of five in the series, hosts Jay Whetter and Shaun Haney interview Dale Fedoruk with Elite Agronomy, Norm Flore with Nutrien, Patrick Mooleki with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and Warren Ward with the…
 
Canola Watch teams up with Real Agriculture to offer podcasts recorded live at canolaPALOOZA 2019 at Lacombe, Alberta. In this podcast, the second of five in the series, hosts Jay Whetter and Shaun Haney interview Hector Carcamo with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, James Tansey with Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture and Keith Gabert with the C…
 
Canola Watch teams up with Real Agriculture to offer podcasts recorded live at canolaPALOOZA 2019 at Lacombe, Alberta. In this podcast, the first of five in the series, hosts Jay Whetter and Shaun Haney interview Luis Del Rio with North Dakota State University and Kelly Turkington with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada to talk about sclerotinia stem…
 
Combine losses of one to two percent (one bu./ac. or less) are achievable, but are your canola harvest losses in that range? In this podcast, combine-loss researcher Joel McDonald and Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialist Angela Brackenreed talk with host Jay Whetter about how to measure loss and, as an important second step, how to set the …
 
Alberta farmers Christi Friesen and Kyle Tarkowski share their take-aways from a presentation by futurist Bob Treadway. Treadway (trendtalk.com)spoke recently at Alberta Canola's #CanolaLeaders event in Edmonton. Friesen and Tarkowski were there. So was podcast host Jay Whetter.Jay Whetter による
 
Sherrilyn Phelps, agronomy manager with Saskatchewan Pulse Growers, talks with host Jay Whetter about the benefits of pulses in the rotation, and specific characteristics that may influence how a canola grower decides which pulse crop is best for their farm.Jay Whetter による
 
University of Calgary scientist Paul Galpern and Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialist Gregory Sekulic talk with host Jay Whetter about the economic value of natural non-farmed spaces within 'messy' fields. If you have these spaces on the farm, keep them knowing the unexpected value they provide for crop yield and reduced pest management cos…
 
Canola Watch podcast host Jay Whetter speaks with University of Manitoba professor and soil scientist David Lobb about soil health indicators and how to improve soil health. Lobb explains how some farmers are moving soil from low areas back up to the hill tops to improve yield and profitability.Jay Whetter による
 
Discovery Seed Labs is the first to offer a commercial test of diseased canola stems to identify (1) whether the disease is blackleg and, if it is blackleg, (2) the specific race. Jason Danielson and Sandy Junek of Discovery Labs and Justine Cornelsen with the CCC talk about the test with host Jay Whetter.…
 
Host Jay Whetter talks with U.K. researcher Simon Kightley about the neonicotinoid ban in Europe and the effect on oilseed rape production and protection practices in the U.K. Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialists Keith Gabert and Gregory Sekulic join in.Jay Whetter による
 
Andrew Thostenson, pesticide program specialist with North Dakota State University extension service, spoke on air temperature inversions at canoLAB 2017. Air temperature inversions result when dense cool, air settles close the ground. Inversions can be a problem for spray drift when winds are low and skies are clear.…
 
This is the first in a series of podcasts based on content from canoLAB 2017. In this episode, host Jay Whetter talks with Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialists Dan Orchard and Nicole Philp and Alberta Agriculture oilseed specialist Murray Hartman about target plant stands, seeding rates and new tools at canolacalculator.ca.…
 
What we thought was swede midge in canola in Western Canada turns out to be two species — swede midge and new one. Boyd Mori with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada talks with CCC agronomy specialist Keith Gabert and host Jay Whetter about the discovery, what it means for canola growers and what research is required. To date, midge has not been a sig…
 
In this Canola Watch podcast, host Jay Whetter talks with Misha Glouberman about conflict resolution and the important distinction between "position" and "interest". Listening to this podcast can help you with any conflict — whether family, community or business.Jay Whetter による
 
Ralph Wright, who leads the agro-meteorology division with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, joins Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialist Autumn Barnes and host Jay Whetter in a discussion about frost risk and canola seeding dates. While the discussion focuses on Southern Alberta, growers and agronomists in all regions will learn from the dis…
 
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