Week of Events
The University of Idaho is hosting a crop tour June 21 at the Kambitsch Farm 2.5 miles north of Genesee. The tour begins at 8 am and concludes after a hosted lunch. There will be winter or spring canola research trials as part of the tour. For more information see the event flyer below.
The CARC field day will focus on forages this year; there are winter and spring canola variety trials at the station as well. Information is on the CARC website: https://agresearch.montana.edu/carc/fielddays.html
We are co-hosting a canola stop 'n' talk in the La Grande area with OSU Extension. We will meet at the Nutrien Ag Solutions facility in La Grande at 9a.m. (64325 Booth Ln, La Grande, OR 97850; https://goo.gl/maps/bveDbP9oVNA1qscD7). TriCo Farms has both irrigated winter and spring canola in a nearby field that we'll take a look…
The MSU Northern Ag Research Center at Havre will be hosting a summer field day beginning at 3:00 p.m. See the MSU website or contact the NARC at 406-265-6115.
University of Idaho CALS Extension will have a twilight crop tour in the Lewiston area June 23. Contact Doug Finkelnburg for details.
Join us for a Canola Stop 'n' Talk in Rockland Valley - we'll take a look at several fields of both winter and spring canola. If you haven't yet grown canola, or if you have several years experience, this is a great opportunity to bring your questions about anything canola, and sharing knowledge from this…