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REALAG RADIO JUNE 27 (canolaPALOOZA)

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RealAg Radio was on location for canolaPALOOZA in LAcombe on June 27, 2017. Thanks to RealAg for sharing this content. Visit them at www.realagriculture.com

Christie Pollack: Alberta Canola Leaders 2017

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Christie Pollack shares her experience at the Alberta Canola leaders event that brings together young farmers from across Alberta each year.

Murray Hartman discusses science-o-rama

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Murray Hartman discusses the upcoming science-O-rama event taking place April 6 in Edmonton. For complete details visit http://albertacanola.com Thanks to Alberta Agriculture & Forestry for sharing this Call of the Land Interview

Dan Orchard discusses canola swath timing

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Canola Council of Canada agronomist Dan Orchard discusses when to swath canola.

AFSC Coverage Update

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Daniel Graham from the Alberta Financial Services Corporation(AFSC) provides a quick update on insurance coverage

Planning for harvest with highly variable fields

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Alberta Oilseed Specialist Murray Hartman and Canola Council Agronomy Specialist Warren Ward discuss the upcoming harvest season and the decisions that growers face in highly variable fields.

On the lookout for lygus bugs with Keith Gabert

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Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialist Keith Gabert talks about looking for lygus bug damage in your canola. Knowing your economic threshold is important when counting lygus in your sweep net. For more information of lygus bugs visit these sites: http://www.canolacouncil.org/canola-encyclopedia/insects/lygus-bug/ http://www.canolawatch.org/tag/lygus/

Keeping it Clean - the importance of MRL's

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Brian Innes, VP of Government Relations with the Canola Council of Canada discusses the importance of Canada's export markets and the role that observing Maximum Residue Limits (MRL's) plays in the process.

The future of canola with Murray Hartman and Gregory Sekulic

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Murray Hartman and Gregory Sekulic discuss the future of canola. Murray predicts the changes to the canola industry will be as dramatic in the next 25 years as they were in the last 25 years.

The past, present and future of canola

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Keith Downey is one of the fathers of canola, a Canadian researcher who helped to develop the low glucosinolate and low erucic acid oil characteristic. This Canola Watch podcast, recorded at the International Rapeseed Congress in Saskatoon July 7, 2015, features a conversation with Downey, along with Canola Council of Canada V.P. Curtis Rempel, Alberta Canola Producers Commission director Daryl Tuck and host Jay Whetter. You can read CanolaWatch and subscribe for free at www.canolawatch.org

Discussing blackleg resistance management in Australia with Dr. Steve Marcroft

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Dr. Steve Marcroft of Australia and Clint Jurke of the Canola Council of Canada discuss blackleg in Australia and how they are managing resistance to the disease down under.

To spray or not to spray - sclerotinia management with Kelly Turkington and Clint Jurke

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Dr. Kelly Turkington from Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada and the Canola Council's Clint Jurke discuss sclerotinia management and if this is the year to spray a fungicide or not.

Making the Grade - one day workshop for farmers

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Rick Taillieu with Alberta Canola discusses the one day, hands-on grain grading course for farmers being held on July 28, 2015 at Olds College. Complete details are at http://albertacanola.com/events Rick also talks about the first ever canolaPALOOZA held in Lacombe.

Canola scouting with Nicole Philp and Keith Gabert

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Canola Council agronomists Nicole Philp and Keith Gabert discuss what to scout for in dry conditions with a special eye on insects and the thresholds that justify control measures.

Sprayer cleanout and application tips with Tom Wolf and Warren Ward

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Sprayer specialist Tom Wolf and Canola Council agronomist Warren Ward discuss sprayer tank cleanout, application tips and some resources for spraying.

Let's talk paloozas with Dan Orchard and Rick Taillieu

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Canola Council agronomist Dan Orchard and Alberta Canola extension coordinator Rick Taillieu discuss the upcoming canolaPALOOZA and peacePALOOZA events

Flea Beetle discussion with Scott Hartley and Keith Gabert

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Saskatchewan's provincial entomologist Scott Hartley and the Canola Council's Keith Gabert discuss flea beetles - assessing damage, economic thresholds and applying insecticides after a frost or before a rain.

Weed control in canola with Angela Brackenreed and Keith Gabert

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Canola Council of Canada agronomists Angela Brackenreed and Keith Gabert discuss the importance of early weed control in canola.

Scouting canola at emergence with Murray Hartman and Rick Taillieu

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Provincial Oilseed Specialist Murray Hartman and Alberta Canola's Rick Taillieu discuss the importance of scouting canola at the time of emergence and what to look for.

Clubroot resistance breakdown with Dan Orchard and Clint Jurke

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Clubroot resistance is breaking down, in fields scattered throughout Alberta. Dan Orchard and Clint Jurke with the Canola Council of Canada discuss what these means for growers across Western Canada.

Seeding rate considerations with Neil Harker and Justine Cornelsen

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Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Research Scientist Neil Harker and Canola Council of Canada agronomist Justine Cornelsen discuss seeding rates for canola and getting your canola crop off to a good start.

The Buzz about Bee Health with Lee Townsend and Gregory Sekulic

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Commercial beekeeper Lee Townsend and Canola Council of Canada agronomist Gregory Sekulic discuss bee health, neonics, the role of bees in canola production and best management practices for growers. To learn more about the sweet relationship between bees and canola visit http://www.canolacouncil.org/markets-stats/industry-overview/bees-and-canola-a-sweet-relationship/

Pre-seed weed control with Tom Wolf and Warren Ward

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Sprayer specialist Tom Wolf and Canola Council of Canada agronomist Warren Ward discuss pre-seed weed control. Tom and Warren cover a number of topics including timing, rates, water volumes, nozzles and more.

Talking blackleg with Clint Jurke and Ralph Lange

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Canola Council of Canada agronomist Clint Jurke and Alberta Innovates pathologist Ralph Lange discuss blackleg and blackleg resistance in canola. Blackleg is one of the main yield robbers for canola, so management of the disease is critical, and using resistant varieties is one of the tools that needs to be not only used, but understood.

2015 Insect Preview with Scott and Keith

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Entomologist Scott Meers from Alberta Agriculture and Canola Council of Canada agronomist Keith Gabert discuss the upcoming growing season and the insects to keep an eye on.

Talking clubroot with Dan and Scott

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Canola Council agronomist Dan Orchard and central Alberta farmer Scott Keller join host Dean Thorpe in studio for a discussion on clubroot and an update on clubroot resistance. EDITORIAL NOTE: Clubroot is not really mutating (as stated in the introduction). The pathogen in a field, with high spore loads, will consist of many different pathotypes or stains. How many, we don't know. But it appears that there will be some pathotypes there that resistance does not work against. It is these pathotypes that will be able increase when resistant varieties are used.

Variety Selection and Seed Weight

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Alberta's Provincial Oilseed Specialist Murray Hartman discusses selecting canola varieties and how to make adjustments to deal with variance in seed size.

Phosphorous - Hunger Games in Soil Fertility

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Dan Orchard from the Canola Council of Canada and Manitoba Soil Fertility Specialist John Heard discuss the problem of mining soil phosphorous, and how to ensure you maintain adequate levels.

Canola Research Hub Website

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Curtis Rempel, the VP of Crop Production and Innovation at the Canola Council of Canada discusses the new canola research hub website. The hub is the home to interactive research results gathered from projects funded by growers. Visit http://canolaresearch.ca

Merle Good discusses farm financial health

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Farm Management Advisor Merle Good discusses the upcoming Leading edge Farm Management Series and what ideas will be discussed. For all coming events visit www.albertacanola.com/events

On the Leading Edge with Dean Gallimore

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Speaker Dean Gallimore discusses the upcoming Leading Edge Farm Management series taking place in Grande Prairie, Nisku and Lethbridge. Find out more on all of our events at http://albertacanola.com/events

Social Licence in Agriculture Conference

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ACPC's Karla Bergstrom discusses the upcoming Social Licence in Agriculture Conference being held this March in Nisku. All of ACPC's events can be found at www.albertacanola.com/events

How to utilize the SR&ED Tax Deduction

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ACPC General Manager Ward Toma discusses the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) tax credit that allows canola growers to claim the tax credit for that portion of the check off paid that was used to fund qualifying research.

Whats ahead for ACPC with new Chairman Lee Markert

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ACPC Chairman Lee Markert discusses the 25th Annual General Meeting of the Alberta Canola Producers and what is on the docket for 2015.

Learning to trade wheat on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange

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Susan Sutherland from the CME discusses learning to use the wheat futures at the upcoming HedgingEdge courses.