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January 29, 2015


Canada - Governments invest in new canola research lab focused on plant pest surveillance


Deutsche Bundesregierung rechnet mit Ernteverlusten durch weniger Pflanzenschutzmittel (Proplanta)


January 28, 2015


Produtividade de transgênicos deve ser maior do que na safra anterior


Global biotech crop acreage nears 20 years of continuous growth - Farmers plant more hectares of biotech crops than ever before as new countries and new varieties enter the market


Biotech crops show continued growth, benefits in 2014, global plantings increase by 6 million hectares - Eggplant and potato approvals address consumer concerns


January 23, 2015


Light leaf spot alert for oilseed rape in the United Kingdom


January 21, 2015


Canterra Seeds launches revolutionary canola hybrid resistant to the new 5X clubroot pathotype


Canola Council of Canada 's Canola Research Hub delivers top science for your bottom line


January 17, 2015


United Kingdom - Label change to oilseed rape herbicide Galera affects crop rotations (Farmers Weekly)


January 16, 2015


Deutschland - Beizverbot im Raps macht Landwirten zu schaffen (Proplanta)


Taking canola production to the next level - Canola College 2015 set for February 19 in Enid, Oklahoma


January 14, 2015


Canadian government growing markets for Canada's canola industry


Ten-year goal aims for dramatic increase in canola yields - The Canola Council of Canada wants the average Prairie canola crop to yield 52 bushels per acre by 2025. Here’s how (Grainews)


Canada - Federal investment supports canola industry growth


Genetically modified crops could be planted in England this year - New legislation, which will be in place by Spring, could mean that commercial GM crops including maize and oil seed rape are grown in Britain (The Telegraph)


BASF registers Odyssey Ultra herbicide tank mix for Canadian pulse growers


January 13, 2015


Canada - Western Grains Research Foundation commits over $4 million to new research funding


Canadian governments invest C$6.9 million into crop research


Canada - Canola industry responding to first report of verticillium wilt in canola


Canola crop-choking fungus Verticillium longisporum now in Canada (CTV News)


InVigor KMOT Ag Expo Canola Sessions - Educational meetings for seasonsed and new canola farmers


January 12, 2015


Seed, equipment quarantined at Manitoba farm where verticillium wilt, a crop pathogen never before seen in Canada, made its first-ever appearance in North American canola (Grainews)


Deutschland - Neue RAPOOL-Ring Winterrapshybriden zugelassen


January 8, 2015


Manitoba, Canada - First report of verticillium wilt on oilseed rape in North America


January 7, 2015


Verticillium wilt makes jump to Canadian canola - Major European canola disease turns up in Manitoba field (AG Canada)


January 5, 2015


Australia - Hot off the harvester: 2014 National Variety Trials results the southern cropping region are in


January 1, 2015


Seeding decisions still in flux for new year (The Western Producer)


December 31, 2014


North Dakota, USA - Many crops project a loss in 2015


December 30, 2014


Yield increase for oilseed rape with Väderstad-Verken's Spirit StripDrill 


December 25, 2014


United Kingdom - Breeders need to adapt to meet oilseed rape production challenges (Farmers Guardian)


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