Canola plants with yellow blossoms
Photo Credit:
Greg Endres

Next Up For NDSU Extension Getting It Right Crop Production Meetings: Canola on February 15

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North Dakota State University (NDSU) Extension is conducting a series of crop production events for farmers and crop advisers this winter under the theme ‘Getting It Right’. Events currently conducted included a dry bean workshop in Portland on January 6; and virtual meetings on soybean production held January 25 and on sunflower production held February 1. Presentations from the Zoom meetings can be viewed at

The next Getting It Right virtual meeting, on canola production, is scheduled for Tuesday, February 15, from 8:30 a.m. to noon. This online-only meeting will be delivered by Zoom. There is no fee but pre-registration is required at All who preregister will receive emailed instructions for participating in the event.

“University and industry professionals will provide information to assist canola producers with production decisions for the 2022 growing season,” says Greg Endres, Extension cropping systems specialist.

Topics that will be covered include canola cultivar selection and new traits, plant establishment and nutrition, plant protection – disease, insect and weed management, and market update.

The presentations will be recorded and archived. Attendees also will receive a list of pertinent Extension canola production reference materials that will supplement information from presentations. Certified crop adviser continuing education credits will be available for meeting participants.

The event is supported by the Northern Canola Growers Association.

The final planned Getting It Right crop production scheduled Zoom event features dry bean, on Tuesday, March 22. To register, visit