Agronomy Specialist Angela Brackenreed with the Canola Council of Canada on the importance of farmers monitoring canola in the bin to keep it from heating and affecting its quality.
As farmers rush to get the harvest done there are a few things to remember to mitigate the spread of crop diseases.
What farmers need to remember for long-term safe grain storage when they are taking the crop off wetter than normal.
In the wake of one of the worst harvests in recent memory, farmers are being urged to remember they are not alone and there are resources available to help them cope with the added stress.
Ask a farmer when they start preparing for harvest and they’ll chuckle and tell you they already started –the same day they finished the previous year’s harvest. Preparing equipment for harvest and assessing what type of equipment is needed for changing or streamlining on-farm practices is all part of the equation that leads farmers to a successful, optimized harvest.