The Canola Council of Canada (CCC) is looking for input from agronomists and canola growers about common canola management practices in Western Canada. CAAR encourages its members to take this short survey and share with their canola-growing customers to help the CCC get the best information.

Click here to take the survey from the Canola Council of Canada.

This short survey includes eight questions on fertilizer practices, variety selection and other crop management practices. This information will help the Council develop its messaging and programming for this cropping year.

CCC Agronomy Specialist Justine Corneslen says that by taking the two-minute survey, agronomists and retailers can help drive innovation and change.

CAAR members and their customers produce crops with excellent standards and practices, so please take two minutes to share your insight!

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