Canola producers should consider pre-harvest management

Rich, Doug
May 2011
High Plains Journal;5/30/2011, Vol. 129 Issue 22, p3.B
The article reports on pre-harvest management of canola as discussed by canola grower Jeff Scott and Jack Leitner of P & K Equipment.


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