Only One in Three (31%) Western Canadian Growers Follow Recommended Canola Crop Rotation

Two in Five (41%) Don’t Switch Their Canola Crop’s Herbicide-Tolerant System

Monday, September 16, 2013

Toronto, ON – A study conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of BASF reveals that most Western Canadian growers (from Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba) are not following the industry best practice of growing canola once every four years in a rotation with other crops, with most growing the crop too often.

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Only One in Three (31%) Western Canadian Growers Follow Recommended Canola Crop Rotation

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Sean Simpson
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Ipsos Public Affairs
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Ipsos Agriculture and Animal Health
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