It’s said that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Looking ahead and planning out your 2020 crops can save you some major headaches down the road. It may be hard to find the time, especially for the many producers still dealing with 2019’s harvest. However, asking yourself a few basic questions now means having an action plan to work with when you’re in the field.
The Canola Council of Canada has put together a list of the top 10 considerations to keep in mind when planning for the upcoming growing season. It may be canola-specific, but all field crop producers could benefit from thinking about their nutrient management strategies, seeding order and placement, and how to tackle pest and disease problems. |READ MORE
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