It’s seeding time for canola crops, and the Canola Council of Canada (CCC) has created a list of the top 10 things to note at seeding in the latest issue of Canola Watch. The more detailed notes kept at the time of seeding, the more information will be available later in the season and beyond for troubleshooting or replicating the good things.
Hybrid variety name, seeding date and seeding rate might be factors that can be remembered easily, but things like hybrid lot number, seed lot weights and soil moisture conditions aren’t. Plus, being able to see how all of these factors work together can help make connections that wouldn’t otherwise be as clear.
For the full list, visit the Canola Watch website.