The Agronomists, Ep 138: Three ways to build canola yields with Jack Payne and Brunel Sabourin

Canola is an elastic, amazingly resilient plant, but it starts as a very tiny seed and emerges under threat of certain death by very hungry flea beetles. Setting up this crop for great yield is the typical combination of establishment, nutrition, and crop protection, but in this episode of The Agronomists, we dig in to early season considerations to set the groundwork for big yields.

Joining host Lyndsey Smith are Jack Payne of South Country Co-op, and Brunel Sabourin of Antara Agronomy, to tackle establishment, sulphur at seeding, and flea beetle feeding.

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