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  • MF3092
    MF3092
    Harvest Management of Canola

    This publication describes different techniques to use when harvesting canola. These include direct cutting canola, desiccating canola, pushing canola, and swathing. It also includes a section helping canola producers select a method best for their use. 4 pages, color.

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  • SRP1098
    SRP1098
    2013 National Winter Canola Variety Trial

    The National Winter Canola Variety Trial evaluates performance of released and experimental varieties, determines where these varieties are best adapted, and increases visibility of winter canola across the United States. Breeders, marketers, and producers use the data to make informed variety selections. 48-page, color cover.

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  • MF3093
    MF3093
    Winter Canola Production in Kansas: Producer Experiences

    This publication gives first-hand accounts of the experiences of five Kansas Canola producers. This publication explains why these producers started growing canola, the production practices they use, the yields, the advantages and disadvantages, and the economics of canola production. 24-page, full color.

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  • MF2734
    MF2734
    Great Plains Canola Production Handbook

    Canola is a type of edible rapeseed, genetically low in erucic acid and glucosinolates. The seeds are sources of healthy cooking oil and high-protein meal for livestock. Publication includes field and cultivar selection, seeding rates, no-till production, crop growth and development, fertility, weed and insect management, harvest, grain storage, cost-return projections, and insurance. 60 p.

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  • L929
    L929
    Riley Canola

    Riley appears to have broad adaptation and will yield favorably wherever winter canola is grown. Riley is disease tolerant, has a low glucosinolate content, and has an attractive fatty acid profile. 2 p.

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