Canola TV- Talking About 2012 OSU Winter Canola Variety PlotsThu, 12 Jan 2012 05:28:07 CST
In our newest edition of Canola TV, Heath Sanders with PCOM joins us as we talk with him about the 2012 Canola Plots that are in the ground and growing across western Oklahoma. Sanders tells us that a total of 11 plots have been planted by OSU extension with the help of a grant by the Oklahoma Oilseed Commission.
Sanders tells us on Canola TV that "for the most part, the stands are there" and that the plots will be a great resource this spring for farmers to see various varieties and cropping practices for winter canola here in the southern plains. Int he 2012 plots, there are a total of 8 RoundUp Ready varieties- and a boron/sulfur study as a part of the replications of those varieties.
Sanders says that we continue the learning process of how to grow canola in the southern great plains- and each growing season, we seem to get just a little better.
Click here for the OSU Extension Winter Canola webpage. Sanders says that in a few weeks- the OSU folks will announce a schedule of field tours across the state for producers to participate in this spring to see how the canola plots are doing.
Click on the play arrow in the video screen below to see today's Canola TV, a service of Producers Cooperative Oil Mill. Click here for the PCOM website to learn more about their efforts to serve agriculture across the southern US.
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