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Canola Counts - Autumn Barnes - June 1, 2021
Citizen Science comes to canola! Through Canola Counts, the new crowd-sourced survey, the CCC is collecting canola plant densities and emergence rates from fields across the Prairies. In this podcast, Canola Counts lead Autumn Barnes talks to host Jay Whetter about the program and how to participate. See more at canolacounts.ca.
Timely Sprayer Tips - Tom Wolf and Ian Epp - May 31, 2021
This podcast recording is from a Manitoba Canola Growers webinar from May 27, 2021. Guests are Tom Wolf, a spray application specialist and partner at Agrimetrix Research & Training, and Ian Epp, an agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada. Jay Whetter hosts.
Flea Beetles - MCGA webinar - April 9, 2021
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 Discovery Forum - 4R panel - December 11, 2020
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, who farms in Manitoba.
5 tips to Keep It Clean – Ian Epp and Melissa Damiani – August 25, 2020
Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialist Ian Epp and Alberta farmer Melissa Damiani help host Jay Whetter describe timely tips to produce a clean canola crop for export. Find all the tips at keepingitclean.ca.
Bertha armyworm – Shelley Barkley and James Tansey – July 29, 2020
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.