“Canola prices have risen dramatically during the last year to all-time highs, with new crop November 2022 canola futures currently trading near $960/tonne,” says Neil Blue, provincial crops market analyst with Alberta Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development. “Continuing...
The Canola Council of Canada (CCC) and Canadian Canola Growers Association (CCGA) participated in a town hall discussion as an initial step to providing canola sector input into Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's (AAFC) industry consultation for the fertilizer emissions...
Canola seedlings can withstand a considerable frost (-5 to -8 degrees C) if plants have become acclimatized following a few days of cold temperatures. However, canola seedlings growing under warm conditions will be tneder, and can be killed by...
The Canola Council of Canada (CCC) has released an updated Canola Innovation Strategy, outlining an aligned value chain vision, from farm to customer, for near-term innovations needed to do even more for our economy and our environment. The strategy...
‘Canola producers, particularly those with canola in storage, follow canola cash prices,’ says Neil Blue, provincial crops market analyst with Alberta Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development. ‘However, not all canola producers track the difference between the cash price...
Continued industry-government partnership on market access and development activities is integral to driving canola's value and industry growth, says Jim Everson, Canola Council of Canada (CCC) president. In support of this important partnership, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture...
With canola prices at historically high levels, there are several marketing alternatives to consider. ‘Other than sales commitments already in place, one question producers have is what to do with that remaining canola inventory,’ says Neil Blue, provincial crops market...
The Canola Council of Canada (CCC) is pleased to welcome Chris Davison as vice president, stakeholder and industry relations, and Troy Sherman as director, government relations. "We are very fortunate to have Chris and Troy join our organization," says Jim...
By Michael Hogan, Reuters News HAMBURG - Germany's wheat and rapeseed harvests are expected to increase in 2021 as rain helped crops recover from a hot, dry start to the summer, the association of German farmers said. As well as being the...
The scorching heat baking large swaths of Western Canada and the United States is pushing up prices for spring wheat and canola to record highs, as hot and dry conditions are likely to hurt the harvests of both, making...
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