Winter Canola Feasibility in Rotation with Winter Wheat

This fact sheet is designed to help farmers determine if it is economically feasible to produce winter canola in rotation as an alternative to winter wheat. Rotating to canola has risks associated wit ...
Fabricantes: Esser, Aaron , Hennings, Ron
Sku: FS068E
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