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Canola TV- We Talk Canola Varieties with Chad Godsey

Mon, 18 Apr 2011 5:48:21 CDT

Canola TV- We Talk Canola Varieties with Chad Godsey

The final segment of Canola TV from last week's OSU Canola Plot Tours that made a total of 15 stops is with Dr. Chad Godsey, who talked with us about varieties of canola available for the Southern Plains. There are now two companies actively developing canola lines for farmers to be able to consider- as well as some of the earlier publically bred plant genetic materials. It all adds up to more choice for those wanting to grow winter canola.

Dr. Godsey discussed the varieties being grown in the various trials across the state with producers during the Plot Tour Stops- and we talked about what the highlights are this season as far as traits being seen and what a producer needs to be thinking about if he plans on growing canola next season.

Click on the PLAY button in the video box below for this latest edition of Canola TV, a service of PCOM, Producers Cooperative Oil Mill.

Click here to jump to our Winter Canola TV page on YouTube, where you can see previous CanolaTV segments with such folks as Tom Peeper, Heath Sanders, Josh Bushong and Mark Boyles.



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