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Canola Watch provides practical and timely information for canola farmers in Canada. Subscribe to the agronomy email at https://www.canolawatch.org/signup/ and to our podcast at soundcloud.com/canolawatch. Follow us on Twitter @CanolaWatch

Latest Episodes

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.

10 minAUG 26
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5 tips to Keep It Clean – Ian Epp and Melissa Damiani – August 25, 2020

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.

18 minJUL 30
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Bertha armyworm – Shelley Barkley and James Tansey – July 29, 2020

Sclerotinia spray decision – Kelly Turkington and Dwayne Hegedus – July 8, 2020

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.

17 minJUL 9
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Sclerotinia spray decision – Kelly Turkington and Dwayne Hegedus – July 8, 2020

Rotation and clubroot – Cory Jacob and Keith Fournier – July 7, 2020

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.ca.

18 minJUL 7
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Rotation and clubroot – Cory Jacob and Keith Fournier – July 7, 2020

Fertilizer – Macronutrient deficiences – Lyle Cowell, Tom Jensen and Warren Ward – June 15, 2020

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.

17 minJUN 16
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Fertilizer – Macronutrient deficiences – Lyle Cowell, Tom Jensen and Warren Ward – June 15, 2020

Fertilizer – 4R nutrient stewardship – Lyle Cowell, Tom Jensen and Warren Ward – June 15, 2020

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 Stewardship tab at fertilizercanada.ca. For more about the canola industry goals, search for “4R” and an infographic called “Canola’s sustainable future” at canoladigest.ca.

14 minJUN 16
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Fertilizer – 4R nutrient stewardship – Lyle Cowell, Tom Jensen and Warren Ward – June 15, 2020

Fertilizer – Top-dress tips – Lyle Cowell, Tom Jensen and Warren Ward – June 12, 2020

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 Whetter.

18 minJUN 13
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Fertilizer – Top-dress tips – Lyle Cowell, Tom Jensen and Warren Ward – June 12, 2020

Seedling disease complex _ Krista Anderson, Mark Belmonte and Autumn Barnes _ June 3, 2020

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 risks. They also describe management options (including rotation) that can keep these pathogens of the soil microbiome from rising up.

42 minJUN 4
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Seedling disease complex _ Krista Anderson, Mark Belmonte and Autumn Barnes _ June 3, 2020

Flea beetle behaviours _ Jim Tansey and Keith Gabert _ May 21, 2020

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 risk can last.

13 minMAY 22
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Flea beetle behaviours _ Jim Tansey and Keith Gabert _ May 21, 2020

Clubroot sanitation_Harding, Ziesman and Orchard_May 6, 2020

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 of Agriculture, and Dan Orchard, agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada, explain the three levels of clean, and the situations for each.

13 minMAY 7
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Clubroot sanitation_Harding, Ziesman and Orchard_May 6, 2020

Latest Episodes

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.

10 minAUG 26
Comments
5 tips to Keep It Clean – Ian Epp and Melissa Damiani – August 25, 2020

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.

18 minJUL 30
Comments
Bertha armyworm – Shelley Barkley and James Tansey – July 29, 2020

Sclerotinia spray decision – Kelly Turkington and Dwayne Hegedus – July 8, 2020

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.

17 minJUL 9
Comments
Sclerotinia spray decision – Kelly Turkington and Dwayne Hegedus – July 8, 2020

Rotation and clubroot – Cory Jacob and Keith Fournier – July 7, 2020

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.ca.

18 minJUL 7
Comments
Rotation and clubroot – Cory Jacob and Keith Fournier – July 7, 2020

Fertilizer – Macronutrient deficiences – Lyle Cowell, Tom Jensen and Warren Ward – June 15, 2020

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.

17 minJUN 16
Comments
Fertilizer – Macronutrient deficiences – Lyle Cowell, Tom Jensen and Warren Ward – June 15, 2020

Fertilizer – 4R nutrient stewardship – Lyle Cowell, Tom Jensen and Warren Ward – June 15, 2020

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 Stewardship tab at fertilizercanada.ca. For more about the canola industry goals, search for “4R” and an infographic called “Canola’s sustainable future” at canoladigest.ca.

14 minJUN 16
Comments
Fertilizer – 4R nutrient stewardship – Lyle Cowell, Tom Jensen and Warren Ward – June 15, 2020

Fertilizer – Top-dress tips – Lyle Cowell, Tom Jensen and Warren Ward – June 12, 2020

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 Whetter.

18 minJUN 13
Comments
Fertilizer – Top-dress tips – Lyle Cowell, Tom Jensen and Warren Ward – June 12, 2020

Seedling disease complex _ Krista Anderson, Mark Belmonte and Autumn Barnes _ June 3, 2020

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 risks. They also describe management options (including rotation) that can keep these pathogens of the soil microbiome from rising up.

42 minJUN 4
Comments
Seedling disease complex _ Krista Anderson, Mark Belmonte and Autumn Barnes _ June 3, 2020

Flea beetle behaviours _ Jim Tansey and Keith Gabert _ May 21, 2020

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 risk can last.

13 minMAY 22
Comments
Flea beetle behaviours _ Jim Tansey and Keith Gabert _ May 21, 2020

Clubroot sanitation_Harding, Ziesman and Orchard_May 6, 2020

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 of Agriculture, and Dan Orchard, agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada, explain the three levels of clean, and the situations for each.

13 minMAY 7
Comments
Clubroot sanitation_Harding, Ziesman and Orchard_May 6, 2020
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