253 Canola Agronomy Crop Production: Spring

Oral Session
U.S. Canola Association Research Conference

This session will deal with the production practices of Spring Canola.

Cosponsor(s):

C03 Crop Ecology, Management & Quality
Wednesday, November 3, 2010: 7:30 AM-9:45 AM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 201A, Second Floor

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Organizers:
William F. Heer and Dale Thorenson
7:30 AM
Introductory Remarks
7:35 AM
Winter Canola Production ; TransitionTo Row Cropping.
Brian Caldbeck, CALDBECK CONSULTING LLC
8:05 AM
Overcoming the Obstacles of Producing Winter Canola in No-till Production Systems in the Southern Great Plains.
Chad Godsey, Oklahoma State University; Randy Taylor, Oklahoma State University; Michael Stamm, Kansas State University; Kraig Roozeboom, Kansas State University; Victor Martin, Kansas State University; Johnathon Holman, Kansas State University
8:45 AM
Planting Dates and Methods for Spring Canola Establishment, Flowering and Yield in the U.S. Central High Plains.
Robert Aiken, Kansas State University; David Baltensperger, Texas A&M University; James Krall, University of Wyoming; Jerry Johnson, Colorado State University; Alexander Pavlista, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
8:35 AM
Break
9:00 AM
Field Survey of Spring Canola Production Practices in ND and MN.
Brian Jenks, North Dakota State University
9:15 AM
Which Crop Inputs Have the Greatest Impact On Canola Yield?.
Robert Blackshaw, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Stewart Brandt, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Eric Johnson, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Kenneth Harker, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; John O'Donovan, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Thomas Turkington, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Randy Kutcher, Agriculture and Agriculture Canada
9:30 AM
Introducing Winter Canola In the Wheat-Fallow Region of North Central Washington.
Frank Young, Washington State University; Dennis Roe, Washington State University; Karen Sowers, Washington State University
9:45 AM
Adjourn